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Aug 31, 2016
Calculating Pain and Suffering After an Injury

Calculating Pain and Suffering After an Injury

Suffering a personal injury can have devastating consequences depending on the severity of the injury and its effect on your life. Specifically calculating personal injury damages, however, can get very confusing very quickly. It helps…

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Aug 22, 2016
S.C.’s MAIT Accident Team Tracks Down Suspects for Hit-and-Run Crimes

S.C.’s MAIT Accident Team Tracks Down Suspects for Hit-and-Run Crimes

A simple mistake behind the wheel can quickly have unintended consequences. Those unintended actions turn into an intentional crime when the perpetrator flees the scene, transforming what may have been an average person moments ago…

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Aug 18, 2016
Moped Drivers Required to Carry Insurance in North Carolina

Moped Drivers Required to Carry Insurance in North Carolina

Like all other car, truck and motorcycle drivers, moped operators in North Carolina are now required by law to carry minimum liability insurance. N.C. legislators passed House Bill 148 in 2015, which requires moped owners…

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Aug 17, 2016
Everything You Need to Know About Eminent Domain

Everything You Need to Know About Eminent Domain

Most people are vaguely aware of the concept that the government can seize private land for public use. There’s a big difference, however, in knowing what it is, and knowing how it affects your life.…

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Aug 16, 2016
3 Steps to Take After a Workplace Accident

3 Steps to Take After a Workplace Accident

Getting hurt on the job is hardly desirable. Whereas before you were able to work freely and support your family, following a workplace accident you might not be able to perform the same tasks again…

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Aug 16, 2016
North Carolina Boating Laws Make Alcohol Related Injuries a Felony

North Carolina Boating Laws Make Alcohol Related Injuries a Felony

The State of North Carolina will now file felony charges against operators of boats who cause injuries while under the influence of alcohol. Legislators named the law “Sheyenne’s Law” after Concord teenager Sheyenne Marshall, who…

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Jul 29, 2016
Pursuing a Negligence Claim After a Car Accident

Pursuing a Negligence Claim After a Car Accident

Thousands of individuals every year are injured or killed in car crashes, and picking up the pieces of your life after a particularly nasty collision can often prove too big a burden for some families…

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Jul 28, 2016
North and South Carolina Motorcycle Laws 101

North and South Carolina Motorcycle Laws 101

All vehicles, whether a small sedan or a big commercial truck, are governed by specific state and federal laws. If you are not aware of these general rules and regulations, you could be opening yourself…

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Jul 27, 2016
What to Do When You’re Hurt in a Truck Accident

What to Do When You’re Hurt in a Truck Accident

Truck crashes are some of the most awful forms of automobile accidents in which you can be involved. Though they comprise only about three percent of all vehicular accidents, the damage they cause is far…

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Jul 26, 2016
South Carolina Proposes Mental Workers’ Comp Claims for 1st Responders

South Carolina Proposes Mental Workers’ Comp Claims for 1st Responders

If there is any occupation that inevitably takes its toll on the mind, it would have to be first responders. Firefighters, police officers, EMTs and more all face traumatizing situations on a regular basis. Those…

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