Car Accident Claims On The Rise Nationwide

Statistics show the rise of car accidents and associated insurance/civil claims across the nation. More and more of our core business at Kellum Law Firm involves providing legal support for car accident victims and pursuing claims for compensation through insurance...

When Is a Slip-and-Fall Injury Not My Fault?

When Is a Slip-and-Fall Injury Not My Fault and What Can I Do to Recover Compensation? There are strict laws when it comes to establishing fault in North Carolina personal injury cases. This article will help you understand when a slip-and-fall case is not your fault,...

Motorcycle Accidents – The Law In North Carolina

Due to the lack of physical protection on a motorcycle, motorcycle accident victims often incur very serious physical injuries, even in relatively low-speed impacts. Establishing whether or not a person is entitled to recover financial compensation for their injuries...

What Does the Law Consider a Hit and Run Injury Case?

Auto accidents are a fact of life in the United States, and they are bad enough when everyone follows the rules and acts responsibly. But, this does not happen in every situation. Many times an irresponsible negligent party will cause an accident, lose all perspective...

Defining Negligence in North Carolina Personal Injury Cases

Nearly all personal injury cases involve an act of negligence. North Carolina law defines negligence as an action or inaction by one party that leads to the harm of another party. The law further states that to prove that negligence occurred, the injured party must...

Rules Of The Road For Active Police, Fire and Emergency Vehicles

Everyone in North Carolina understands the Move Over law. The Move Over law requires that all moving vehicles move over into the next lane when passing an emergency vehicle that is on the side of the road. It also requires that all moving vehicles move over to the...