In North Carolina, you could be charged with a DWI without ever going near a car.
It often comes as a surprise to many residents, but you can be charged with a DWI or DUI if you are intoxicated Continue reading “What Qualifies as a “Vehicle” for North Carolina DWI Laws?”
Claims adjusters are hired by insurance companies to evaluate your insurance claim, and are responsible for deciding whether the company must pay your claim—and if so, how much. After filing a personal injury claim, you may come to be “close” Continue reading “How Claims Adjusters Try to Damage Personal Injury Claims”
Like many other states in the nation, North Carolina has been cracking down on drunk drivers in recent years. In 2013, approximately 33% of North Carolina’s traffic fatalities involved drunk drivers, and many state officials and citizens agree that Continue reading “Are North Carolina DUI Penalties About to Get Tougher?”
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a brain dysfunction caused by a mechanical blow or other outside injury to the head or body, often resulting in long-term complications or death. In the US, an average of 1.7 million people suffer from Continue reading “Slip and Fall Accidents the Leading Cause of Traumatic Brain Injury”