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What is the Average Payout for a Head Injury?

What is the Average Payout for a Head Injury?

Head injuries can vary from minor concussions to catastrophic penetrating injuries. All head injuries, even minor concussions, could cause issues immediately or later in life. An accident victim could suffer from a closed or open head injury. Types of closed injuries include concussions, bruising...

How Do You Determine Who Is at Fault in a Car Accident?

How Do You Determine Who Is at Fault in a Car Accident?

After you suffer injuries in a crash, determining who is at fault for the car accident will play a key role in whether you can file a personal injury lawsuit. In North Carolina, you must prove that the other driver’s actions were the sole cause of in order to have a successful claim.

Who Can Be Held Liable for a Truck Accident?

Who Can Be Held Liable for a Truck Accident?

When you have been involved in a truck accident, it is normal to feel confused and overwhelmed. Most truck accident victims are unsure about what steps to take following a collision, and they might wonder, “Who can be held liable for a truck accident?”

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Who Gets the Money in a Wrongful Death Settlement?

Who Gets the Money in a Wrongful Death Settlement?

When a person behaves recklessly or negligently, and causes a fatal accident, the potential for filing a wrongful death lawsuit exists. Who gets the money in a wrongful death settlement? Certain family members of the decedent have the legal right to receive this payment under North Carolina state...

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Your Guide to Workers’ Comp Settlement for Ratings for Disability and Impairment

Although many jobs are far safer today than they were even a few decades ago, nearly every job still has some risk of injury. Some jobs are far riskier than others, especially when it comes to the possibility of suffering a disabling or disfiguring injury that will permanently affect your life and leave you with impairment.

Workers’ compensation laws in North Carolina attempt to protect workers and employers when someone suffers an injury at the jobsite by providing specific benef[...]