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    • Dram Shop and adults

      N.C.G.S. § 18B-305. Other prohibited sales ( Adults unlike Section 120 minors ) (a) Sale to Intoxicated Person. -- It shall be unlawful for a permittee or his employee or for an ABC store employee to ...

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    • Dram Shop and Minors

      N.C.G.S. § 18B-120-129 the permittee or the local ABC board: (1 year SoL, only minors, and max recovery is $500,000) (BUT Parents can sue over a child's death case) (Also, there is an argument to be ...

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    • Social Host Liability

      Social Host Liability and Common Law "Dram Shop" negligence - a person who serves alcohol to an "obviously intoxicated" person when it is reasonable to expect that person will soon thereafter operate ...

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    • Presenting an Effective Motor Vehicle Accident Claim

      After being in a car wreck that was not your fault, there is nothing to guarantee that you will receive compensation to pay for your damages. Insurance companies may offer you a minimal amount, or ...

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    • The Dangers of Drunk Driving

      According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 4,102 people were killed in drunk driving accidents in North Carolina between 2003 and 2012. People aged 21-34 are ...

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    • Car Accidents Are the Leading Cause of Death for Teenagers

      According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), car accidents are the leading cause of death in teenagers. In 2013, 2,163 teens in the United States aged 16-19 lost their lives in ...

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    • The Dangers of Drunk Driving

      According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 4,102 people were killed in drunk driving accidents in North Carolina between 2003 and 2012. People aged 21-34 are ...

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    • Roane Law to Sponsor Elder Abuse Awareness Walk (June 18th)

      It is estimated that more than 2 million elders in America will face some sort of abuse, neglect, or exploitation each year, usually from nursing homes or members of their own families. In an effort ...

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    • Roane Law Donates to the Michael Hoefflin Foundation for Children's Cancer

      At Roane Law, we take great pride in helping injured individuals and their families in our community recover fair compensation after an accident, however, our deep commitment to helping people goes ...

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    • Medical Malpractice Third Leading Cause of Death?

      Medical Malpractice is the third leading cause of death in the US?!? The CDC totals the leading causes of death every year, and here is the link for last year : As you can see, heart disease is number ...

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    • Failure to diagnose, more common than you think

      Rush to judgment- means jumping to conclusions without properly weighing all possibilities first. This rush to judgment is becoming a major problem with doctor and hospital malpractice. Hospitals have ...

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    • Is Coumadin safe?

      Is Coumadin safe for the elderly? Coumadin is a very dangerous drug if labs aren't taken to make sure that your blood isn't getting too "thin". Coumadin is a popular blood thinner used to treat a ...

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    • What do I do if I have been in a car wreck?

      What do you do if you have been in a car wreck or auto accident? I will skip the obvious things like call the police and seek medical treatment if you need it. From a legal perspective there are few ...

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    • High Point Personal Injury

      In High Point, there are many personal injury attorneys, but not all of them have experience handling larger injury cases. Most attorneys in High Point, are "general practitioners". This means that ...

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    • Blumenthal Jewish Home

      2015 REVIEW: Blumenthal Nursing & Rehabilitation has fallen to a 2 star "below average" nursing home. The most significant and obvious problem is their low staffing numbers. BLUMENTHAL NURSING & ...

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    • Roane Law to Sponsor Elder Abuse Awareness Walk (June 18th)

      It is estimated that more than 2 million elders in America will face some sort of abuse, neglect, or exploitation each year, usually from nursing homes or members of their own families. In an effort ...

      Read More
    • Medical Malpractice Third Leading Cause of Death?

      Medical Malpractice is the third leading cause of death in the US?!? The CDC totals the leading causes of death every year, and here is the link for last year : As you can see, heart disease is number ...

      Read More
    • Failure to diagnose, more common than you think

      Rush to judgment- means jumping to conclusions without properly weighing all possibilities first. This rush to judgment is becoming a major problem with doctor and hospital malpractice. Hospitals have ...

      Read More
    • Medical Malpractice Third Leading Cause of Death?

      Medical Malpractice is the third leading cause of death in the US?!? The CDC totals the leading causes of death every year, and here is the link for last year : As you can see, heart disease is number ...

      Read More
    • Failure to diagnose, more common than you think

      Rush to judgment- means jumping to conclusions without properly weighing all possibilities first. This rush to judgment is becoming a major problem with doctor and hospital malpractice. Hospitals have ...

      Read More
    • Is Coumadin safe?

      Is Coumadin safe for the elderly? Coumadin is a very dangerous drug if labs aren't taken to make sure that your blood isn't getting too "thin". Coumadin is a popular blood thinner used to treat a ...

      Read More
    • What is a Disability Rating?

      In a workers’ compensation case, the amount of benefits an injured employee receive depends on the severity of their injury, and how the injury affected the employee’s ability to work. A “disability ...

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    • What is an Average Weekly Wage?

      If you have been injured in an on-the-job accident, your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance plan is intended to account for the wages you are losing due to your injury. You may be curious ...

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    • What Types of Workers’ Compensation Benefits are Available in North Carolina?

      If you’ve had a work-related injury and meet the eligibility requirements for workers’ compensation , there are specific types of benefits available to you. North Carolina workers’ compensation law ...

      Read More
    • What do I do if I have been in a car wreck?

      What do you do if you have been in a car wreck or auto accident? I will skip the obvious things like call the police and seek medical treatment if you need it. From a legal perspective there are few ...

      Read More
    • Shelby personal injury attorney

      Shelby personal injury law practice has been interesting so far. While I have handled a few standard car wreck and other personal injury cases in the Shelby area, for the last few years I have been ...

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    • Dram Shop and adults

      N.C.G.S. § 18B-305. Other prohibited sales ( Adults unlike Section 120 minors ) (a) Sale to Intoxicated Person. -- It shall be unlawful for a permittee or his employee or for an ABC store employee to ...

      Read More
    • Car Accidents Are the Leading Cause of Death for Teenagers

      According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), car accidents are the leading cause of death in teenagers. In 2013, 2,163 teens in the United States aged 16-19 lost their lives in ...

      Read More
    • Tips to Stay Safe During the Holidays

      While the winter months of the year can be a time of family fun and holiday festivities, personal injury claims have a tendency to spike during this time. Our firm has compiled a list of tips to help ...

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    • Medical Malpractice Third Leading Cause of Death?

      Medical Malpractice is the third leading cause of death in the US?!? The CDC totals the leading causes of death every year, and here is the link for last year : As you can see, heart disease is number ...

      Read More
    • Camden Place Health and Rehab

      REVIEW 2015: Camden Place Health and Rehab is now a 4 star or above average facility. Their overall staffing levels have fallen to 3 stars or average: Camden NC Total number of residents 120 87.2 87.4 ...

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    • Dram Shop and adults

      N.C.G.S. § 18B-305. Other prohibited sales ( Adults unlike Section 120 minors ) (a) Sale to Intoxicated Person. -- It shall be unlawful for a permittee or his employee or for an ABC store employee to ...

      Read More
    • What is a Disability Rating?

      In a workers’ compensation case, the amount of benefits an injured employee receive depends on the severity of their injury, and how the injury affected the employee’s ability to work. A “disability ...

      Read More
    • What is an Average Weekly Wage?

      If you have been injured in an on-the-job accident, your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance plan is intended to account for the wages you are losing due to your injury. You may be curious ...

      Read More
    • What Types of Workers’ Compensation Benefits are Available in North Carolina?

      If you’ve had a work-related injury and meet the eligibility requirements for workers’ compensation , there are specific types of benefits available to you. North Carolina workers’ compensation law ...

      Read More
    • The Dangers of Drunk Driving

      According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 4,102 people were killed in drunk driving accidents in North Carolina between 2003 and 2012. People aged 21-34 are ...

      Read More
    • Medical Malpractice Third Leading Cause of Death?

      Medical Malpractice is the third leading cause of death in the US?!? The CDC totals the leading causes of death every year, and here is the link for last year : As you can see, heart disease is number ...

      Read More
    • Failure to diagnose, more common than you think

      Rush to judgment- means jumping to conclusions without properly weighing all possibilities first. This rush to judgment is becoming a major problem with doctor and hospital malpractice. Hospitals have ...

      Read More