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Traumatic Brain Injuries: The “Invisible Injury”

July 23, 2018   |  
Many types of injuries are visible. When a person breaks their arm, they may be required to wear a cast for a few weeks. Severe burns also leave visible marks. Brain injuries, on the other hand, may not be as visible without high-tech imaging equipment, therefore are sometimes referred to...
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Should I Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer Who Has Insurance Experience?

July 7, 2017   |  
Filing a successful insurance claim can be difficult, especially if an adjuster suspects that you are not familiar with the industry. A simple mistake or lack of preparation can result in a denial, leaving you with no compensation after an injury. In this video, attorney Sean Cole explains the advantages...
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What Would You Say to Someone Who is Intimidated to Call a Lawyer?

When a person needs to call a lawyer about an accident or personal injury, he or she may be a little intimidated at first. However, there is no reason not to call. In this video, attorney Donald Dunn explains that there is no risk to have your situation reviewed by...
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How Do You Get Mesothelioma?

March 28, 2017   |  
Asbestos Attorney in North Carolina Discusses How Workers Continue to be Affected Asbestos continues to plague the American workforce, even years after it became widely known that the substance causes mesothelioma. This specific type of cancer may only show up decades after exposure to asbestos. One of the great tragedies...
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Does the Prosecutor Represent Me After a Sexual Assault Case?

March 28, 2017   |  
When a person is sexually assaulted or abused, the prosecutor or district attorney may pursue a criminal case against the perpetrator. However, this criminal case does not provide compensation for victims, and a prosecutor does not directly represent the victim. Instead, the prosecutor represents the state of North Carolina (although...
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What Should You Do If You’re Sexually Assaulted?

March 27, 2017   |  
It is hard to imagine what life is like for a person who survived sexual assault. What many victims of sexual assault might not realize is that they may have a civil case against the individual or institution that caused them harm. In this video, sexual assault attorney Gene Riddle...
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What Should Surviving Family Members Do After a Wrongful Death?

March 27, 2017   |  
We understand that money is not the only reason you are seeking justice for your family after a wrongful death. Seeking the acceptance of responsibility from the parties who caused the loss of your loved ones is also important. However, at the same time, North Carolina law provides compensation when...
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What is Mesothelioma Asbestos Cancer?

March 23, 2017   |  
North Carolina Attorney Handling Claims for Workers and Families Although asbestos has been outlawed for use in new products, its historical effects continue to result in life-threatening illnesses to individuals throughout North Carolina and the rest of the country. In this video, mesothelioma lawyer Gene Riddle explains his work with...
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What is Contributory Negligence in North Carolina?

After a car or truck accident, the other driver, trucking companies and insurance agents will likely be looking to blame the crash on someone else. This is because in North Carolina, the law provides for contributory negligence. This legal doctrine prevents an injured party from recovering on a car accident...
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