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Monthly Archives: May 2015

Partnership With a Doctor Can Help Protect Older Drivers

May 28, 2015 by , Car Accidents

The decision to stop the elderly from driving is not always clear-cut. Impaired vision, a lack of mental acuity or even recent accidents are often obvious signs to take the keys away. However, changing physical and medical conditions can be subtle. Even when seniors have managed to drive without incident until now, tomorrow may be the day that an ailment unexpectedly strikes while they are behind the wheel. Families need to actively work with physicians to ensure their elderly loved ones are in prime driving condition. Doctors Decide When to […]

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Premises Liability Can Extend Beyond Slips, Trips and Falls

May 26, 2015 by , Personal Injury

It is well-known that injury victims can typically pursue compensation when they slip, trip or fall due to dangerous conditions on property owned or managed by other parties. This is known as premises liability, and even trespassers can file lawsuits under certain conditions. Still, the real question involves determining exactly what constitutes a dangerous condition. Clearly, a store patron who breaks a leg when falling into a pothole in a poorly-lit parking lot would have the right to seek compensation for injuries from the property owner or manager. A few […]

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The Perils of Diving

May 21, 2015 by , Personal Injury

A hot summer day is the perfect time to take a refreshing dive into a pool or lake. However, according to the Atlanta-based Shepherd Center, one of the most preventable causes of spinal cord injury (SCI) is diving. No one can blame other parties when adults use poor diving techniques or fail to follow common-sense measures to protect their safety. Still, diving accidents can also be caused by negligent pool maintenance and supervision. An experienced Charlotte spine injury attorney can help identify who is at fault. A Single Dive Can […]

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Recent Truck Accident Case Illustrates the Importance of Retaining Skilled Legal Assistance

May 19, 2015 by , Truck Accidents

Any injury victim can experience extreme legal challenges after suffering injuries caused by the negligence of other parties. A recent trucking accident that injured a famous comedian and killed another passenger illustrates why skilled legal support is vital — particularly when liability falls to large companies with teams of dedicated lawyers. The Tracy Morgan Truck Accident Claim Faces Legal Challenges According to a CNN report, in June, 2014, a Walmart truck rear-ended a limo bus in New Jersey, killing one passenger and injuring three. Comedian Tracy Morgan was severely injured […]

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NC Volunteer First Responders Qualify for Workers’ Compensation Coverage

As long as companies or other organizations have at least three employees working for them, North Carolina law requires them to carry workers’ compensation insurance to provide benefits to cover the costs of injuries and related expenses. The Workers’ Compensation Act does cite certain exceptions that include “casual workers,” as well as people who perform voluntary services — specifically ski patrolmen who receive no monetary compensation for their services. After a January 14th accident involving injury to at least one volunteer firefighter, it is good to know that volunteers serving […]

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