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  • Navigating Insurance Claims After Ride-Sharing Accidents: Uber, Lyft, and the Law

    Who is Held Liable for a Rideshare Car Accident? All motor vehicle accidents have the potential to cause serious injuries and become traumatic events that the auto accident victims long remember. When seeking compensation, these legal matters can become complicated by the various insurance companies and state laws involved. Auto accidents involving rideshare companies like […]

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  • Are You Liable if Someone Hurts Themselves on Your Land?

    What is North Carolina Premises Liability Law? The premises liability law relates to the duties of care that property owners and management staff have to lawful visitors and the consequences for breaches of that care. When many people think of a premises liability case in North Carolina, they tend to think of slip and fall […]

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  • What Should You Do if You’re Involved in a Hit and Run Accident in Raleigh and the Other Driver Flees the Scene?

    How Common Are Hit and Runs? Under North Carolina law, if you’re involved in a car crash, you must bring your vehicle to a halt immediately after the collision. A driver who’s been in a car accident must remain with their vehicle until law enforcement has arrived at the scene to investigate the crash. When […]

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  • How Do You Prove a TBI in Court in North Carolina?

    What is a TBI? Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can be catastrophic, causing long-lasting pain, misery, disability, and sometimes eventually resulting in death. Even the most minor of TBIs can still have life-altering effects. According to the Brain Trauma Foundation, they approximate that nearly 2.5 million people suffer a new traumatic brain injury every year. If […]

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  • Warning Signs for a Stage 1 Bedsore

    How Do Bedsores Develop? A bedsore is known by many names: pressure ulcer, pressure sore, and decubitus ulcer. Bedsores develop when the blood supply to the skin is cut off for over two or three hours. With no blood supply, the skin begins to die, becoming a bedsore. If left untreated, the bedsore will only […]

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  • Can You Sue a Nursing Home for Neglect?

    What is Nursing Home Neglect? There are over 15,000 nursing home facilities across the U.S., and more than a million elders reside within those facilities. While nursing homes, assisted living facilities (ALF), and skilled nursing facilities (SNF) serve elders who require care, they also want to make a profit. Sometimes a facility may skimp on […]

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  • The 7 Different Types of Elder Abuse

    What is Elder Abuse? Elder abuse is one of the most sinister, widespread evils visited upon our fellow citizens; few of us ever speak of it or even seem to be aware of its existence. According to the National Council on Aging (NCOA), 10% of all Americans over age 60 have experienced elder abuse, and […]

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  • Who Pays the Deductible in a Car Accident?

    What is a Car Insurance Deductible? If you’re driving the roads of our beautiful state, you’d better have insurance. Otherwise, you could pay for all the extraordinary expenses out of pocket if you’re in an accident. However, even with an active car insurance policy, there exists the chance that you might still have to pay […]

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  • What is a Stage 4 Bedsore?

    What Causes Pressure Ulcers? Pressure ulcers are known by many names: bedsores, pressure sores, pressure wounds, pressure injuries, and decubitus ulcers. Whatever you choose to call them, they are painful and can grow large. In the worst cases, bedsores can be life-threatening because of their potential to cause dangerous infections. Anyone can get bedsores if […]

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  • Your Legal Rights if You’re in a Car Accident While Pregnant

    Can You Sue for Pregnancy Complications if You’re in a Car Accident? Car accidents can be painful, emotionally traumatizing, financially costly, and sometimes deadly. While many injuries are caused by the make of the vehicles involved in the crash or the speed at which they were going, certain individuals may face a higher risk of […]

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