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Category: Personal Injury

If you’ve been injured in an accident in North Carolina, you may be facing hefty medical bills as a result. These bills can be stressful and overwhelming, especially if you are unable to work and are losing income as a result of the accident. If you are seeking a personal injury settlement to cover your…Read More

Personal injury settlements are paid out in North Carolina as a way to compensate individuals who have been injured in an accident resulting from the negligence of other parties. These settlements are designed to cover the costs associated with the accident, including medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. The process of obtaining a…Read More

While modern surgical techniques and equipment have greatly improved the safety and effectiveness of surgery, complications can still occur. One potential complication is the accidental retention of a foreign object in the body after surgery. This can lead to a variety of complications for the victim, including pain, infection, and further surgery. What are some…Read More

Many residents of Charlotte and the surrounding communities rely on CATS buses and trains to get from Point A to Point B on a daily basis. Unfortunately, per reports from numerous CATS bus operators, safety and security may be lacking on CATS buses and at CATS transit centers. According to CATS CEO John Lewis, CATS…Read More

The City of Charlotte is, like any city government, preoccupied with boosting the safety of motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists. In Charlotte, the Vision Zero safety initiative specifically has the goal of completely eliminating traffic accidents resulting in death or serious injury. Achieving this goal may involve leveraging technology. For example, the City of Charlotte’s Department…Read More