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December 2015 Archives

North Carolina amputee seeks to help people in his situation

There are a lot of North Carolina residents living without the use of one or more legs, and some of these are amputees who were involved in motorcycle accidents. Modern medicine has come a long way to create prosthetic limbs to help amputees regain their mobility to near pre-accident levels, but these prosthetics are extremely expensive and unaffordable.

Tips for avoiding drunk driving car accidents

Drunk driving car accident statistics have been dropping over the last decade, but the danger still exists. As long as human beings are driving, there will be intoxicated and drunk individuals behind the wheels of automobiles. Even worse, we have to share the roadway with these people whether we like it or not. Unfortunately, these drunk drivers cause fatal and injurious car accidents every day of the week, so what can we do to avoid them?

The challenges of a slip and fall accident case

Slip and fall accidents are not always easy to prove. In fact, thousands of people are injured each year, after falling on stairs, wet floors or other slippery surfaces, but they never receive the compensation they deserve. This article will discuss the factors that need to be present in order to prove liability in a slip and fall accident.

Could worker classification disputes leave Uber, Lyft, stalled?

The past few weeks have been something of a bumpy ride for companies such as Uber and Lyft. Considering that Uber operates in the Fayetteville area it seems reasonable to think that many users and drivers are following things. We know that attorneys focused on providing legal support to businesses are keeping an eye open.

Valid debt deserves collection, but it needs to be done legally

There are a lot of critical elements that contribute to the success of any business. Money is one of them. Some might well argue that it's most important element. If you're not making money, you aren't going to be staying in business very long.

Motorcycle safety hard enough without deep-seated hostility

Are motorcycles safer than cars? If you speak to an experienced North Carolina rider with particular defensive driver training the answer might well be yes. The argument that you likely could expect to hear is that competent motorcycle riders have more options for avoiding accidents. They have a clearer field of vision of the road, more maneuverability in a crisis, tend to face fewer distractions than car drivers and assume they are vulnerable.

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