Wilmington Personal Injury Blog
You never know what situation you will encounter when you are driving. There could be a storm or flood waters on the road. You might be the first on the scene at an accident. Or… you might be stranded due to an issue with your vehicle.
In most circumstances, you will grab your smartphone and call for assistance, but that is not always going to be the case. Read the rest »
After a vehicle collision, you may be upset and distracted; you can easily forget even the most basic rules of safety. One of the most common questions that we hear is “what am I supposed to do after a car accident?”
Hopefully, you will never be involved in such an accident. But, if so, be sure that you do the following six things to help: Read the rest »
If you’re searching for a personal injury attorney, then you’re probably recovering from an upsetting accident or injury. This can be a stressful time — made worse because you’re not sure who you can trust to help.
On top of that, you may be facing mounting medical bills, suffering lost wages due to your injury, and in despair about the inability to pay your household bills. Not to mention, your family – including your spouse or significant other — is probably taking on additional chores, putting further strains on your family. Read the rest »
We appreciate the sacrifice our soldiers make to protect our freedoms. Many of them return from war zones with life-altering injuries, but whenever possible, we want to protect them from such harm. To knowingly send soldiers into battle with inferior equipment is unconscionable.
This is why there has been such outrage over revelations that a multi-million-dollar corporation, 3M, supplied American troops with earplugs they knew were defective.
If you serve or have served in Fayetteville, Jacksonville, Ft. Bragg, Camp Lejeune, Pope AFB, Cherry Point, and other locations such as National Guard and Reserve posts, please keep reading. Read the rest »
While any car wreck can cause physical injury, those involving a drunk driver are often devastating. Due to the reckless behavior of drunk drivers, these accidents often involve excessive speed, head-on collisions, and catastrophic injuries.
Those hit by a drunk driver in North Carolina may be entitled to additional compensation that is not awarded in other car accident lawsuits. Please call Rhine Law Firm, P.C., at (910) 772-9960 to learn more. The sooner you take action, the better. Read the rest »
After being involved in a collision, you expect to turn to an insurance company for help. You may not know, however, whether you should speak to your own insurance company or the at-fault driver’s. You may also not be fully aware of the type of coverage you have.
In North Carolina, there are four main types of auto insurance. Some coverage is required by law, other types are optional. All drivers should understand their own policies and what expenses will be covered before a crash, if possible. It can help you when you speak to the insurance company and stand up for your rights, so our personal injury law firm has listed the basics for you. Read the rest »
Sometimes, workers who are simply doing their job get placed in harm’s way. In some cases, even the employers were unaware that their workers were at risk. This is especially true when certain products and materials used in standard construction are later found to be harmful.
Unfortunately, asbestos was used as a widespread insulation and heat-retarding product for many years until it was linked to multiple diseases, such as asbestosis, asbestos-related cancer, and mesothelioma. Read the rest »
This year, the North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors adopted a new regulation known as 21 NCAC 12.0501, which requires all general contractors to include their license numbers on all contracts, advertisements, and websites. Read the rest »
There are over a quarter of a million car wrecks in North Carolina each year. While these accidents cost drivers a great deal of money in the form of vehicle repairs and medical bills, most victims recover and life returns to normal. But in a percentage of these crashes, the victims suffer catastrophic injuries that change their lives forever. Read the rest »
The residents of North Carolina are beginning to piece together their lives after Tropical Storm Florence tore up the East Coast, claiming at least 43 lives on September 14, 2018. Countless trees are blocking roadways, making it difficult for homeowners to return to their properties to survey the damage and see what is salvageable. Officials are cautioning residents that five river gauges in North Carolina are still indicating major flood-stage waters, while an additional five are at moderate flood stage, meaning there is still potential for danger. Read the rest »
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