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$1.19M Wrongful Death Settlement for Lenoir County Family

Case Study: A Lenoir County, NC family is awarded $1.19 Million in their wrongful death suit against an impaired driver. Read more for details of the case.

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What to Do If You Have Been Injured by a Medical Device

When a doctor recommends a specific medical device, most people trust its safety because they assume their doctor has their best interests at heart. Sadly, some doctors have ignored the warnings and prescribed devices reported to be unsafe.

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North Carolina Has a New Law

North Carolina Has a New Law Home / Top Legal News / NC has a new crime NC has a new crime By: Phillip Bantz January 11, 2017 The charge of “attempted assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury” — an awkward mashup of seemingly incongruous terms — is now recognized as a felony … Continue reading North Carolina Has a New Law

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