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After a Car Accident: What Not to Do When Filing a Claim

Despite the number of people driving in our state declining 40 percent in recent years, the number of fender benders has been on the rise—with accidents increasing by 9.7 percent and fatalities up by 114 deaths over the past year, alone. Unfortunately, car accidents are common, even more so than you might think; so much, in fact, that you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who hasn’t been in one themselves.

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Avoiding Injury on the Road: 7 Tips to Help your Teen be a Safer Driver

You’ll be hard-pressed to find a teen that’s not excited to get behind the wheel of a car. Learning how to drive is a big coming-of-age experience, and one that carries with it an equally big responsibility. 

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10 Top Tips for Preventing Pedestrian Injuries

The number of pedestrian fatalities in North Carolina grew 11% just last year alone, according to recent State Highway Safety Offices and GHSA data analysis. Surprisingly, North Carolina ranks among the states seeing the most pedestrian traffic fatalities overall. Our home state—along with Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Texas, and New York—accounted for more than half (54%) of all pedestrian deaths during the first six months of 2020.  With accidents on the rise, what can you do to stay aware and safe?

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Dog Bites & Personal Injury Laws in North Carolina: 3 Things You Should Know

Although most dogs are perfect companions to their human counterparts, some are far from man’s best friend. If you’ve been bitten and or injured by a dog in North Carolina, you may be able to file a claim to help cover any costs incurred by your attack. Learn more about your options with this helpful guide. 

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Personal Injury Cases: 5 Ways Federal and State Cases are Different—and What You Need to Know

While most personal injury cases are tried in the state courts, there are instances in which they must progress to a higher, federal court. But, when exactly does this happen, and how should you prepare? Here are the important aspects of managing your case at either level, and what you need to know.

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Five Questions to Consider Before You Accept a Personal Injury Settlement

If you’ve been injured in an accident, in addition to hoping for a speedy recovery—you also want your injury claim to settle quickly, too! But, be aware: There are important factors you should consider before you decide if you should settle your claim. The decisions you make now could impact you and your family for months or years to come.


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