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Peloton has recalled all of its treadmills. A governmental agency previously released an “urgent warning” for users of the treadmill. In a news release, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said it was aware of “multiple reports of children becoming entrapped, pinned, and pulled under the device.” The CPSC is urging parents of young children and […]

Catastrophic/Traumatic, Products Liability

May 5, 2021

Peloton recalls all treadmills after a child’s death and 70 injuries

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May 5, 2021

It’s beginning to feel like summertime along the North Carolina coast.  As temperatures begin to rise, the boat ramps will be packed with locals and vacationers getting ready for a fun day on the water.  Unfortunately, numerous boating accidents occur each year in North Carolina.  Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic there has been an unprecedented sale […]

Boating Accidents, Catastrophic/Traumatic, Drunk Driving

May 4, 2021

North Carolina Boating Accidents: Our Boating Accident Lawyers’ Tips

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May 4, 2021

Big trucks carry big consequences. Commercial motor vehicle carriers are regulated by the government. Drivers are required to obtain a commercial drivers license, and have to follow regulations from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Driver training programs and regulations have helped reduce the amount of accidents. But despite these efforts, approximately 4,000 large truck […]

Car Accidents, Catastrophic/Traumatic, Trucking Accidents, Uncategorized, Wrongful Death

April 8, 2021

Why Semi-Truck Accidents Require an Attorney

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April 8, 2021

The purpose of punitive damages is to punish the at-fault party for bad conduct. Furthermore, punitive damages deter others from similarly bad conduct.  This is different from the intent of compensatory damages which is to make the party whole.  As a result, damages are measured differently when considering compensatory versus punitive damages.   When hearing a […]

Boating Accidents, Car Accidents, Catastrophic/Traumatic, Drunk Driving, Electrical and Burn, Personal Injury, Pool Injuries/Drownings, Trucking Accidents, Uncategorized, Wrongful Death

March 17, 2021

What are Punitive Damages?

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March 17, 2021

Once a jury announces its verdict or a judge decides a case, that’s not necessarily the end.  Sometimes one or more parties may appeal.  This is how a party might challenge the outcome or decisions made by the judge during the course of pretrial motions or at trial.  To initiate the appeal, the appealing party […]

Birth Injuries, Boating Accidents, Business Litigation, Car Accidents, Catastrophic/Traumatic, Civil Rights Violations, Criminal Defense, Deck Collapses, Defamation, Drunk Driving, Electrical and Burn, Eminent Domain, Employment Litigation, Financial Fraud and Securities Arbitration, HOA Litigation, Insurance Bad Faith, Liability, Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home, Personal Injury, Pool Injuries/Drownings, Premise Liability, Products Liability, Spinal Cord Injuries, Trucking Accidents, Wrongful Death

February 22, 2021

Overview of Appellate Cases in North Carolina

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February 22, 2021

The age old question for a personal injury client: How much is my case worth?  Anyone injured in an accident will need this question answered by someone looking out for them.  The insurance company fielding the claim handles thousands of personal injury cases each year.  The insurance adjuster may even have access to sophisticated computer […]

Birth Injuries, Boating Accidents, Car Accidents, Catastrophic/Traumatic, Deck Collapses, Electrical and Burn, Liability, Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home, Personal Injury, Pool Injuries/Drownings, Premise Liability, Products Liability, Spinal Cord Injuries, Trucking Accidents, Uncategorized, Workers' Compensation, Wrongful Death

January 20, 2021

How much is my personal injury case worth?

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January 20, 2021