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,...

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...

Who Is Responsible For Night Time Pedestrian Accidents?

Pedestrian accidents are often serious injury situations because the victim has zero protection other than possible barriers on a roadway or sidewalk. And they assuredly happen under a wide variety of circumstances. One of those circumstances is when they occur at...

When Your Child Is Injured In An Accident At School 

Parents typically want to think that their children are safe at school. Indeed, schools do present themselves as focused on student safety in all aspects ranging from a slip-and-fall accident to being involved in a playground fight with other students. Interaction...

Social Media Addiction, Injury Claims And North Carolina Law

Social media addiction is assuredly a major phenomenon in the United States, and North Carolina residents are no strangers to this trend. It has grown exponentially during the past five years as almost everyone has some sort of cyber visibility on social media...