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Monthly Archives: February 2015

Truck Accident Victims: What to Do at the Scene

Feb 27, 2015 by , Truck Accidents

In many ways, learning how to handle traffic accidents is just as important as learning how to operate a vehicle. Even though a car crash is an uncommon event for most drivers, lives may be at stake and legal issues can make a difference to the ability to pay for injuries and other damages. When a large commercial semi-truck is involved, injuries become more severe even as the legal issues become more complex. Our Charlotte truck accident attorneys recommend that drivers keep accident-handling tips available in their vehicles so all […]

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Charlotte Bike Accident Attorneys are Proud of the City’s Bicycle Safety Features

Feb 23, 2015 by , Bicycle Accidents

Bicycle riding is a great way to get exercise and save fuel while taking care of daily errands or commuting to and from work. As bicycles continue to gain popularity, however, conflicts with motorists become increasingly common. Riders face significant risks while sharing the busy Charlotte roadways with motor vehicles. Still, our lawyers commend the city for the actions it has already taken to help encourage bicycle safety. An Impressive Start for Charlotte Bike Riders The unfortunate truth is that motor vehicles and bicycles are two very different modes of […]

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The Importance of Proper Medical Testing After a Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)

Feb 20, 2015 by , Spine Injury

It is natural to turn to the family doctor for virtually any medical complaint. This is the physician who has done everything from treating colds to setting broken bones for all family members, sometimes throughout their lives. Even in the case of serious injuries to the spinal cord, the family doctor has access to the detailed medical history that is essential to providing the best care. However, to ensure an accurate diagnosis and provide the most effective treatment, they should refer their patients to appropriate medical specialists. Even with the […]

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Common Medical Procedures Do Not Guarantee Patient Safety

Most people consider certain surgical procedures to be risk-free just because of the sheer numbers that are performed every day. Cataract surgery falls into that category, considering that nearly 22 million Americans age 40 and older are affected by cataracts, according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology. With about 3 million cataract surgeries performed every year in the U.S. — and a near-perfect success rate — it is easy to go in for the surgery with no concerns. Even the most common medical surgeries can be subject to human error. […]

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Criminal Acts Can Lead to Wrongful Death Claims

Feb 13, 2015 by , Wrongful Death

To this day, people still remember the O. J. Simpson murder trial, which ended with a not-guilty verdict in October 1995. About one year later, however, Simpson returned to court to face a civil wrongful death suit filed by the victims’ families. The families prevailed in that trial, gaining awards of $8.5 in damages and $25 million in punitive damages in a California court. Although many people assume a criminal acquittal would eliminate the possibility of a successful civil lawsuit, these cases involve separate and distinct processes with very different […]

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