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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Understanding the Timing Requirements Associated with Workers’ Compensation Claims

Since it is logical to assume that employers can only agree to pay workers’ compensation claims when they know that an injury occurred, it is not surprising to learn that submitting a notice of accident to employer is a requirement under the state Workers’ Compensation Act. Still, submitting a notice is not always feasible within the prescribed legal timelines. Our Charlotte workers’ compensation attorneys want to make sure that workers understand the many exceptions to this rule. The Timing Rule for Notification Has Built-In Flexibility The overriding principal for issuing […]

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Scenery and Danger Run in Tandem For Motorcyclists

A major advantage of sight-seeing by motorcycle is the unencumbered scenic views. Riders are not limited by windshields and side windows to see the sights; however, their vehicles carry greater risks than most enclosed four-wheel vehicles. While our Charlotte motorcycle accident lawyers have seen serious accidents take place in these areas, motorcyclists typically sustain the most severe injuries. Only the most experienced riders should take on the challenges of these roads, while recognizing that they, too, can become victims of any number of risks. One Route Illustrates the Beauty and […]

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NC Boating Education Down; 2014 Stats Show Boating Deaths Up

May 23, 2016 by , Personal Injury

Now that spring is here, each Charlotte personal injury lawyer at our firm wants to remind new and experienced boaters alike that boating education is an important step toward preparing to spend time on North Carolina waterways. Statistics continue to show that the time spent in instructor-led courses or even online training can make a difference to boater safety and enjoyment. The Connection Between Training and Safety is Clear According to the most recent report from the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, NC waters saw 23 fatal accidents in 2014, […]

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