Personal Injury

Recent NC Construction Tragedy Highlights Risks Posed by Decline in Workplace Safety Inspections

On January 2nd, three construction workers were killed in a scaffolding collapse in Charlotte, North Carolina. This tragedy has left […]

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Reports Show Latino Workers Face More Occupational Deaths Than Non-Latino Workers

In North Carolina, those employed in industries such as construction and agriculture are at high risk of severe injury and […]

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How Survivors of Rockstar Cheer Sexual Abuse Can File a Claim?

Sexual abuse is one of the most abhorrent crimes a person can commit. When the affected individuals are children, the […]

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Understanding South Carolina Child Passenger Safety Laws

Children are some of the most precious cargo, making car safety and strict child safety laws a top priority. In […]

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For Preventing Cold Stress in Workers, Training is Key

Plan, equip, train. That’s the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)’s message to employers as companies brace for the dead of winter. It […]

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Home Heating Precautions To Stay Safe and Warm

As the weather starts to cool down and daylight dwindles, it is more important than ever to ensure that your […]

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What To Do If You’re Involved In An Uber or Lyft Accident

Over the last few years, ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft have quickly grown in popularity by offering a convenient, […]

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Wakole v. Barber Explains How to Measure Damages in North Carolina Personal Injury Case

When you are involved in a car accident in the Carolinas , you often question what you are entitled to. […]

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Autocycles Now Allowed in North Carolina, But What Are They and What Risks Do They Pose?

It’s not a motorcycle. It’s not a car. It’s an autocycle, and thanks to recent legislation passed by the North […]

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What is A Contingency Fee for Lawyers?

A frequent question from our clients is how do contingency fees work? We do almost all of our personal injury […]

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