NC Auto Accident Lawyers

Protecting Pregnant Drivers

We frequently handle cases involving pregnant women hurt during automobile collisions, and understand the dilemma that many soon to be mothers face regarding seat belt safety.  Interesting research is ongoing by Ford Motor Company to develop pregnancy-friendly safety devices which will reduce the risk of injury to unborn fetuses.  Until this technology hits automobile showroom …

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Safety Measures sometimes Not Enough to Prevent Head Injury

A 16 year old high school football player in California remains in critical condition after suffering a severe head injury.  Ironically, this athlete was wearing an advanced technology helmet designed to protect the head and brain.  In addition, he was playing on FieldTurf, which has half the number of head and neck injuries as natural …

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New North Carolina Law Now in Effect Doubles Time Limit on Some Lawsuits

Until this week, October 1, to be exact, North Carolina’s statue of repose stated that a consumer could not sue a manufacturer over a defective product if the defect occurred six years after the product was originally sold. If you think six years sounds like plenty of time, consider this: if a car crash happened …

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GOVERNOR’S HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM AWARDS MORE THAN $9 MILLION IN HIGHWAY SAFETY GRANTS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 18, 2009 Contact: Beth Horner, Communications Officer, Governor’s Highway Safety Program Phone (919) 733-3083 GOVERNOR’S HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM AWARDS MORE THAN $9 MILLION IN HIGHWAY SAFETY GRANTS RALEIGH — The N.C. Governor’s Highway Safety Program announced today that it has approved more than $9 million in highway safety grants for the …

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