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Do You Have to Pay Your Own Medical Bills If Someone Else Caused the Accident?

After a car accident, the first thing most people do is check to see that they and their passengers are not seriously injured. It’s a natural human response but also a very rational one, considering that more than 130,000 people were injured in car accidents in North Carolina in 2016. For those who do suffer injuries… Read More »

Who Is Responsible for Ensuring Safe Conditions at a Construction Site?

If you are one of the thousands of North Carolinians who work on a construction site, you know the importance of safety. From heavy machinery to falling debris, the potential for accidents abounds anywhere construction is happening. In 2016, 30 fatal accidents occurred in the private construction sector in North Carolina, more than in any… Read More »

How Does the Social Security Administration Define Disability?

If you have an injury or illness that has left you unable to work, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. To qualify, you must have paid in to Social Security system by working a certain amount of time depending on your age. In addition, your disability cannot be a partial… Read More »

How Long Will It Take to Process Your Social Security Disability Claim?

If an accident or illness has left you permanently disabled and unable to work, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). However, your bills won’t wait for you to find out — or for that first check to clear. So, how long will it take for Social Security to process your disability application?… Read More »

Workers’ Compensation Covers More Than Your Medical Costs

With medical care more costly to consumers than ever before, it’s no wonder that after you suffer an injury at work, your first thought is likely to be how you’re going to afford to pay for the treatment you need. Serious injuries and illnesses can sideline you for weeks, months, or longer. Eventually you run… Read More »

Are All Work-Related Injuries Covered by Workers’ Compensation?

Workers’ compensation insurance provides medical and wage-replacement benefits to workers who are injured on the job or in the course of their employment. But “on the job” covers a lot of different work scenarios. For example, what if you’re hurt while playing football at your company’s summer outing or injured while visiting a worksite that… Read More »

Have You Been Injured in the Greensboro Cultural Center?

A premier performance and arts space in Greensboro, the Greensboro Cultural Center is a cultural hotspot for those living in or visiting the area. But a performance, summer camp, or artist’s workshop experience could quickly go sour if you or a family member is injured. And when an accident was preventable, the results can seem… Read More »

Things That Go Bump — Can You Sue the City of Charlotte for a Playground Injury?

For a morning or afternoon out with the kids, nothing beats a playground at the park. Charlotte and the surrounding areas boast a large number of playgrounds and recreational facilities for families and children. But an injury could quickly ruin a fun outing. If your child’s injury is due to the playground’s defective or old… Read More »

If You Are Injured in the Durham Greenway, Can You Sue the City?

The City of Durham is home to more than 30 miles of trails and greenways. Along the way you can see wildlife, get some exercise, and venture off the beaten path. You could also get hurt. If you suffer a serious injury using the Durham Greenways, can you sue? While enjoyable, the Durham Greenways are… Read More »

Can You Sue the City for an Injury at the Museum of History in Raleigh?

The North Carolina Museum of History on Edenton Street finally became official after years of expansion as the “Hall of History.” An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, the venue offers visitors an extensive trip through history. With large crowds constantly passing through, museums are frequent sites of slip or trip and fall accidents. So who… Read More »

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