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Faulty Lead Tests Could Open Company Up to a Myriad of Personal Injury Claims

Jun 30, 2017 by , Personal Injury

Charlotte North Carolina lawyers for personal injury claims

Lead poisoning has been in the news regularly since the crisis in Flint, Michigan, where communities in and outside of Flint suffered from the many effects regular exposure to lead can have, including learning disabilities, behavioral issues, anemia, hypertension, immunotoxicity, and toxicity to the organs. Since the initial coverage of this health crisis, more and more communities have come forward with concerns over lead poisoning and test results showing elevated levels of lead in their communities. In fact, the New York Times recently highlighted the FDA’s announcement that some of […]

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Will Self-Driving Cars Reduce Or Increase The Number Of Car Accidents?

Jun 25, 2017 by , Car Accidents

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  We may have stopped hearing about self-driving cars as frequently in the news, but that doesn’t mean it’s gone away. Self-driving cars are being tested for official release into the market and they are still crashing and causing car accidents at alarming rates. They have logged hundreds of thousands of test-drive miles on California highways over the last few years, and reports indicate they may be available for public purchase and use as soon as 2020. But does that mean they are safe for us to have on the […]

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New Study on Soldiers Suffering From More Severe Traumatic Brain Injuries Than Ever Highlights Continuing Problem

Jun 20, 2017 by , Personal Injury

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A first of its kind study showing the devastating impact of wartime brain injuries on service members has been making news headlines of late. A University of Washington neurologist (Mac Donald) followed 50 soldiers after they suffered concussive injuries and continued to track their conditions over several years. Her findings may send shock waves through the military community, as she calls into question the belief that these individuals definitively stabilize within a year after the injury occurs. In fact, according to the study, service members’ health symptoms may actually worsened […]

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Tragic Crash in North Carolina Highlights Dangers of Tractor-Trailer Collision

Jun 16, 2017 by , Car Accidents

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Sadly, a fiery car crash in North Carolina resulted in two children—as well as their parents and the man driving the other vehicle, a tractor-trailer—dying when their vehicles collided on May 17th. Authorities indicate that the tractor-trailer driver did not slow down as he approached a work zone near the South Carolina state line, and he collided with a pickup truck which led to a pileup with various other vehicles. The tractor trailer collision caused a fire and quite a few injuries, even deaths. Large trucks were involved in more […]

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Charlotte Wrongful Death Claims: Where Auto Accidents & Wrongful Death Claims Intersect

Jun 10, 2017 by , Wrongful Death

Charlotte, North Carolina Lawyer for Wrongful Death

Wrongful death claims and auto accidents intersect in many ways. For example, if you drive drunk or under the influence, and as a result, you kill someone you can be sued for wrongful death. Drunk or drugged driving is the most common criminal offense in the United States to date. In civil court in North Carolina, an impaired driver who kills someone can be sued for compensatory and punitive damages.  In North Carolina, if compensatory and punitive damages are awarded, the defendant’s insurance company (and not the defendant) will typically […]

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