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Disability and Child Support: What You Need to Know

“How does disability affect child support payments?” This is a common question often asked of family and divorce lawyers and social security disability lawyers. The easiest answer is, it depends. If you are paying child support and you become disabled, you will still have to pay child support mandated by...
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Fisher Price Recall: More Baby Sleeper Deaths Reported

URGENT UPDATE (April 12, 2019): The CPSC and Fisher-Price have announced a full recall on all Fisher-Price Rock n' Play baby sleepers after 30+ infant deaths reportedly linked. ***This story is evolving quickly. Please stay tuned to this blog, the Riddle & Brantley Facebook Page, the CPSC website and Mattel...
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Car Crash Contributing Factors in North Carolina

March 19, 2019   |  
Each year, the North Carolina DMV compiles statistics regarding auto accidents. The intent is to publish statistics regarding auto injuries, crashes and fatalities in an attempt to get more North Carolinians on board regarding highway safety. This is a brief guide to the statistics for 2017. Crash Statistics in North...
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The Most Common Types of Brain Injuries

March 15, 2019   |  
The topic of brain injuries is more diverse than you may think. A number of types of brain injuries exist, resulting in varying levels of impact to the injured person. This brief guide to brain injuries will cover the types of injuries and how to identify each. What Is a...
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Defective 3M Combat Arms Earplugs Lawsuit Update

February 25, 2019   |  
NOTE: This is an update on our earlier announcement concerning 3M military earplugs lawsuits In July 2018, the United States Department of Justice announced that 3M had agreed to pay $9.1 million to resolve allegations that they knowingly sold Dual-Ended Combat Arms Earplugs (version 2), to the U.S. military without...
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What You Need Before Your Free Consultation

January 25, 2019   |  
Many Attorneys offer a free initial consultation to ascertain whether an accident victim has grounds for a case. If you’re considering legal action against a third party, a case evaluation is the first step in gaining compensation for your injuries, pain, and suffering. Knowing how to prepare for these meetings...
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New Laws Taking Effect in North Carolina in 2019

January 21, 2019   |  
Every year lawmakers enact new laws that go into effect January 1st.  North Carolina lawmakers enacted 11 new laws for 2019.  These laws will make changes to businesses, the way we vote, state primaries, the transportation industry and more.  It is important for North Carolinians to know the latest laws...
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Baby Hippo Born Prematurely Finally Able to Take Her First Steps?

February 7, 2017   |  
In a happy bit of news, after struggling just to breathe, eat, gain weight and stand, a baby hippopotamus named Fiona, who was born six weeks prematurely, was recently able to gain enough strength to take her first few steps. The Cincinnati Zoo has provided intensive care for Fiona around-the-clock...
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Should I Be Getting Paid More Because of the New Federal Overtime Rules?

October 28, 2016   |  
Come December 1, new federal overtime rules are set to bring major changes to the paychecks of many employees in North Carolina and throughout the US. Under these new rules, for an employee to be designated as salaried, he or she will have to make a minimum of $47,500 a...
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What Is At Risk for the At-Fault Driver When a Car Accident Lawsuit Is Filed?

October 3, 2016   |  
If you were in a car accident that was your fault, you may be wondering what comes next. Will insurance cover all the bills? Will your insurance be canceled or will the premium increase? The answers depend on a few factors, but being at fault in an accident is not...
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