Month: July 2016

Join Us At The “7th Annual Five-O Memorial Bicycle Ride” to Honor Raleigh Police

The Raleigh Police Memorial Foundation is pleased to announce the 7th Annual Five-O Memorial Bicycle Ride on Sunday, August 21. The ride will take place along the open roads of Northern Raleigh and Wake County. This event is held every year to honor Raleigh police officers that have selflessly given their sacrifice and commitment to …

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Road Rage Poses a Serious Threat to North Carolina Motorists

Reckless and aggressive drivers present a serious problem on North Carolina roads. Between 2011 and 2015, there were 55,000 car accidents related to careless driving statewide. There are too many preventable car accidents that take place each year due to distracted, aggressive and negligent driving behaviors. A new study released by the AAA Foundation for …

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Attorney David Henson Elected Vice-Chair of InterAct Wake County

Henson Fuerst Attorney and Partner David Henson was recently elected to serve as Vice-Chair for InterAct of Wake County. InterAct is the sole provider of comprehensive services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Wake County. Through a combination of support, awareness and advocacy efforts, InterAct of Wake County provides survivors of domestic …

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Do all Injuries Count as a Workers' Compensation Claim as Long as I’m on the Job?

Actually no, all injuries that occur in the workplace are not considered “compensable.”  Compensable means that you have sustained an injury on the job that would entitle you to medical and wage loss benefits. To be eligible for these benefits, your workplace injury must be the result of an accident or a sudden traumatic incident …

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New Laws Require North Carolina Moped Drivers to Carry Liability Insurance

There are over 28,000 registered mopeds statewide, and moped owners in North Carolina need to be aware of important new regulations. Recent changes to North Carolina law will impact the type of insurance that moped owners are required to carry.  This new law is an important step toward protecting the safety of all drivers. Here …

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