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3 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Personal Injury Lawyer

February 28, 2014

When looking for a personal injury lawyer, there are three major questions that should be asked. Without asking these questions, it’s almost impossible to know if the lawyer will be helpful. Anyone who is looking for a lawyer needs someone who can actually help them win their case, so it’s crucial to ask the right […]

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Channel 9 Uncovers Neglect at North Carolina’s Nursing Homes

February 27, 2014

During an investigation into conditions at the nursing homes that operate as Brian Centers in North Carolina, Channel 9 reports it uncovered complaints of neglect, abuse and poor conditions. According to Channel 9, some of the families whose loved ones were placed in one of the nearly two dozen Brian Centers in North Carolina have […]

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NC Sheriff Sued Over Death of Inmate

December 3, 2013

The family of a Wake County inmate who died of a drug overdose filed a lawsuit against the sheriff, alleging negligence and more. News & Observer of Raleigh reports that the family of Ralph Madison Stockton IV, who was 19 years old when he died, is suing Sheriff Donnie Harrison for wrongful death along with […]

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Two Lawsuits Pending Against Fayetteville, NC Police

December 11, 2013

Recently, two lawsuits have been filed against Fayetteville officers relating to separate events that occurred in 2012 and 2011. The first claimant, Herman Harris Jr., filed a suit against police officer Zachary Pittman over a foot chase in August 2012 that ended when Harris was shot, reports the Fayetteville Observer. In the lawsuit, Harris alleges […]

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Wrongful Death Lawsuit Alleges Man Was Sent s Dead in Taxi

December 30, 2013

A North Carolina mother filed a lawsuit against a hospital security service, alleging that her son was already dead when, after his discharge, security guards placed him in a taxi and sent him home. United Press International (UPI) reports that Deborah Washington of Fayetteville, North Carolina, is suing AlliedBarton Security Services over the incident, which […]

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Lawsuit Filed in Fatal NC Police Shooting of Former Football Player

January 21, 2014

The family of a former football player for Florida A&M University, who was fatally shot by Charlotte police, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against several parties. CNN reports that Georgia Ferrell, the mother of the victim, filed the civil suit in connection with her son’s death in September of last year. Defendants named in the […]

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Mother of Toddler Burned by Soup Files Lawsuit

January 22, 2014

A North Carolina woman is suing a ramen noodle company, alleging that design defects led to the second-degree burns her 1-year-old daughter incurred. Fox News reports that Kimberly Buffkin filed the lawsuit against Maruchan Inc. and its parent company, Tokyo-based Toyo Suisan Kaisha, in Forsyth Superior Court. The incident referred to in the lawsuit occurred […]

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New Documents Shed Light on Ride Accident at NC County Fair

January 27, 2014

Hundreds of document pages were recently released pertaining to the disastrous ride accident last October at the North Carolina State Fair. ABC11 Raleigh reported some of the information gleaned from the documents, which show the reasoning that led investigators to arrest both the owner and the operator of the Vortex ride that malfunctioned on Oct. […]

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Fatal Head-On Crash is 4th Wrong Way Collision on U.S. Highway 1

January 30, 2014

A North Carolina accident that killed two drivers is the fourth fatal crash in six years that has involved vehicles headed the wrong way on U.S. Highway 1, between Southern Pines and Sanford. WRAL News reports that 36-year-old Terrell Abbott of Austin, Texas, and 20-year-old Jasmine Wicker of Sanford, North Carolina, were killed when their […]

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NC Appeals Court Rules that Fireworks Negligence Lawsuit Can Proceed

February 24, 2014

The North Carolina Court of Appeals will allow negligence lawsuits filed on behalf of four workers killed or injured during a 2009 fireworks explosion to continue. WCNC News reports that the court ruled in favor of the estates of three workers who died as a result of the explosion and one who was injured. Representatives […]

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