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Your Motorcycle Safety Guide for Summer

On behalf of Joel Rhine of Rhine Law Firm, P.C. posted June 17, 2018

Summer is approaching fast, and that means more motorcyclists will be joining the highways, like NC 74, 17, and 117. Sunny days and warmer weather create the perfect opportunity for leisure rides on North Carolina’s coastal roads.

But, it is important to stay safe and prepare your motorcycle for the upcoming season. Here’s what Rhine Law Firm, P.C., recommends from its office in balmy Wilmington: Read the rest »

Posted in: Car Accidents

Recent Tractor-Trailer Accident on I-140

On behalf of Joel Rhine of Rhine Law Firm, P.C. posted June 5, 2018

A recent accident outside of Wilmington illustrates just how dangerous a presence tractor-trailers can be on North Carolina’s roadways. Read the rest »

Posted in: Truck Accidents

NC Will Be Seeing More Boating Accidents with Summer Approaching

On behalf of Joel Rhine of Rhine Law Firm, P.C. posted May 30, 2018

As we approach summer, there will be more recreational boating underway throughout the Wilmington region. Boating safety is overseen by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, but it remains a dangerous activity. Read the rest »

Posted in: Boating Accidents

Whistleblower Calls Modified ET Plus Guardrails a “Death Cocktail”

On behalf of Joel Rhine of Rhine Law Firm, P.C. posted May 24, 2018

Josh Harman has been in the guardrail installation business for over 25 years, and he’s on a crusade. The target of his activism is a controversial guardrail system that has been linked to 40 deaths and hundreds of serious injuries in the U.S. Read the rest »

Posted in: Products Liability

Memorial Day Vacationers & Driving Risks in North Carolina

On behalf of Joel Rhine of Rhine Law Firm, P.C. posted May 23, 2018

The last Monday in May each year is Memorial Day. The holiday originated in Waterloo, New York; it was initially intended to honor those who perished in the American Civil War, and now commemorates all those who have died in service to their country. Prior to World War I, the northern and southern states recognized Memorial Day on separate dates. In 1971, Congress declared the date a national holiday. Locally, the retired battleship USS North Carolina in Wilmington is the site of our annual Memorial Day ceremony. Read the rest »

Posted in: Car Accidents

More than 207 Million Eggs Recalled Due to Salmonella Outbreak in North Carolina

On behalf of Joel Rhine of Rhine Law Firm, P.C. posted May 12, 2018

Before you eat any eggs this weekend, be sure to find out exactly where they came from. Resulting from the recent salmonella outbreak that has sickened more than 30 people along the Eastern Seaboard, Rhine Law Firm, P.C., is issuing a public service announcement warning to all residents in the Wilmington, North Carolina, area. A total of 207 million eggs have been recalled because of this salmonella outbreak.

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How North Carolina’s Pure Contributory Negligence Can Maim Your Injury Claim

On behalf of Joel Rhine of Rhine Law Firm, P.C. posted April 25, 2018

There is a particular area of North Carolina law that can pose problems for plaintiffs in personal injury cases. North Carolina uses a “pure” contributory negligence rule, which prohibits a plaintiff from recovering any damages from a defendant in an accident if the plaintiff’s negligence is found to have contributed to the accident, even if only 1%. Those who are critical of pure contributory negligence refer to it as an “all or nothing” rule. The rule exists only in a few eastern locations, including Washington, D.C., Alabama, Maryland, and Virginia. Read the rest »

Storefront Vehicle Accidents: Predictable & Preventable

On behalf of Joel Rhine of Rhine Law Firm, P.C. posted April 13, 2018

Most businesses know that they must maintain safety within and around their properties, and they have insurance policies, electronic surveillance, physical security, and written safety guidelines in place. But one potential hazard that stores may not consider is a motor vehicle crashing through the storefront. Read the rest »

Posted in: Premises Injury

Latest Train Collision in S. Carolina Asks Hard Questions

On behalf of Joel Rhine of Rhine Law Firm, P.C. posted April 6, 2018

When a train crashes, many officials and organizations point fingers, trying to allay suspicion or lay the blame at someone else’s door.

But there’s one party we can be sure is innocent of causing the accident: the train’s passengers. Sadly, they’re the ones who usually suffer the most when these disastrous events occur. The recent crash in South Carolina is the latest example—and it’s also the third fatal Amtrak collision in under two months. Read the rest »

Posted in: Car Accidents

When a Ceiling Collapses in Public Housing

On behalf of Joel Rhine of Rhine Law Firm, P.C. posted March 31, 2018

A man in Brooklyn who lived on the top floor of the Weeksville Gardens Public Housing Development in Crown Heights was woken up around 2 a.m. by a loud noise. The ceiling in an adjoining bedroom had collapsed on top of Daniel Jeter Sr.’s girlfriend and son. Jeter rushed in and was able to pull the two from the plaster, insulation, and other debris. No one was seriously injured; however, this public housing complex has had similar collapses in the last year. The family said they didn’t have insurance to cover this type of event and will likely pursue some legal assistance. Read the rest »

Posted in: Premises Injury



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