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4 Tips to Protect Kids from Personal Injury this Summer

Criminal Lawyer, DWI Lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer.

Summer is a great time for family fun and getting outdoors. However, it can also be a dangerous time in Raleigh, as personal injury cases tend to pick up due to certain seasonal activities. Here’s a look at four of the leading causes of summertime injuries for kids, and what you can do to help…

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Car of the Future May Literally Shut Down Drunk-Driving

Criminal Lawyer, DWI Lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer.

Imagine if every driver had to submit to a sobriety test before operating a vehicle. There’s a good chance it would put an end to drunk-driving in Raleigh altogether. Of course, that also leads to a whole lot of questions of legality. Can every single driver really be tested? Interestingly, the answer is, “yes,” but…

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Do’s and Don’ts When Facing Criminal Charges for Sexual Offenses

Criminal Lawyer, DWI Lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer.

There’s no doubt about it, getting hit with criminal charges in Raleigh for a sexual offense will change a person’s life, regardless of the outcome. North Carolina statutes are very clear and the penalties are harsh, even for seemingly minor incidents. A basic indecent exposure case is a Class 2 Misdemeanor which can come with…

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7 Raleigh Traffic Offenses that Can Drain Your Bank Account

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While speeding seems to top the books as the most common traffic offense in most surveys, it’s not always the most expensive one to be faced with. Here’s a look at seven of the most expensive fines you can face without having to appear, according to North Carolina Courts documents. Handling a Vehicle in an…

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Raleigh Personal Injury Cases May Arise from Natural Supplement Recall

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Two FDA-recalled products are making headlines again. Not surprisingly, they concern a couple of the most common types of medications involved in personal injury cases regarding faulty drugs- “natural” medications and dietary supplements.  Both of these areas of medicine have been under scrutiny for a long time, as many of these supplements don’t adhere to…

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Alcohol Paradox: Fatal Drunk-Driving Accidents Continue, Though DWI Decreases

Criminal Lawyer, DWI Lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer.

The insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has recently uncovered an interesting anomaly in their data. The agency has been tracking drunk-driving accidents in Raleigh, as well as throughout the rest of the country, and has been trying to uncover ways to reduce the number of alcohol-related fatalities. Despite their efforts, deadly collisions have remained…

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Texting and Driving Study Might Make You Scared to Drive

Criminal Lawyer, DWI Lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer.

Time Magazine recently covered a brand new study about texting and driving. The results were so off the charts that even participants of the study were prepared to change their ways before it concluded. Notable Numbers: Behaviors While Driving According to an AT&T survey, most people engage in some kind of dangerous behavior behind the…

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Personal Injury Cases: NC Ranks Low for Medical Malpractice Payouts

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WalletHub compiled data from numerous sources to see which states are the best ones for doctors to practice in. North Carolina ranked 29th in the nation for opportunity and competition rank, as well as 19th for work environment. A large portion of the work environment rank is directly related to the total amount of medical…

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IIHS Reports Raleigh Sobriety Checkpoints Conducted Improperly

Criminal Lawyer, DWI Lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer.

In Raleigh, sobriety checkpoints are already a major source of conflict. Arrests have been on the rise and the courts have been packed with cases as a result of the city’s DWI squad. This is largely the result of a massive federal grant, which has made more man-power and roadblocks available. Even still, the Insurance…

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