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Visitors’ Guide to Driving in North Carolina

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An estimated 39 million families in the US are planning to travel this Thanksgiving, meaning no matter where you live, roads are likely to be more congested than normal. No one wants to spend their holiday dealing with the aftermath of an accident, but if you are injured in an accident, our personal injury attorneys…

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When are you most at risk for a car accident in Charlotte?

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According to the Charlotte Observer, Charlotte experienced a 10% increase in car accidents last year – about 31,000 total crashes. A few weeks ago, we talked about the frustrations commuters experience on the roads in Charlotte and laid out some steps you can take to make your commute safer for not only yourself but also…

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Ridesharing: What to do if you are in an accident

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Ridesharing services like UBER and Lyft have become popular forms of transportation in Charlotte in the last couple of years. Riders use the services to avoid dealing with Charlotte traffic, as well as to avoid driving impaired after a night out. Requesting an UBER, Lyft, or even a taxi if you’ve had too much to…

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Am I entitled to compensation for car accident injuries?

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You’ve been in a car accident. You’re injured. You have medical bills piling up and no way to pay them. The average cost of medical care stemming from a car accident is about $15,000 – who has that kind of cash on hand? So, are you entitled to payment for those expenses? If You’re Not…

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