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Riddle & Brantley Supports Truck Safety Coalition as “Champion of Courage”

August 14, 2022   |  
Riddle & Brantley was recently recognized as a "Champion of Courage" by the Truck Safety Coalition, a national nonprofit working to improve truck safety and fight for care and justice for victims of truck accidents. Riddle & Brantley is the only truck accident law firm in North Carolina to receive...
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2021 Riddle & Brantley Scholar Athletes

December 14, 2021   |  
A huge congratulations to Simone Mahoney of Heritage High School AND Byrum Brown of Rolesville High School — our 2021 Riddle & Brantley Scholar Athletes! Simone and Byrum were awarded $3,000 scholarships from Riddle & Brantley in recognition of their incredible accomplishments both on and off the field. Congratulations, Simone...
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Riddle & Brantley Supports Animal Adoption and Rescue

December 11, 2021   |  
For decades, Riddle & Brantley has been a strong advocate for animal adoption and rescue in North Carolina. This year, Gene and Otis Riddle took a moment to remind North Carolinians about this very rewarding last-minute Christmas gift idea! 
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Riddle & Brantley Attorney Volunteers for COVID-19 Legal Hotline

May 14, 2021   |  
Attorney Scott Scurfield, personal injury and lead disability lawyer at Riddle & Brantley, volunteered Friday, May 29, 2020 for the Triangle Area North Carolina COVID-19 Legal Hotline. Sponsored by the North Carolina Bar Foundation and Legal Aid of North Carolina in partnership with WRAL, the free hotline provided free legal advice...
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Jacksonville Team Recognized for Support of Local Animal Shelter

March 14, 2021   |  
Riddle & Brantley's Jacksonville team was recently recognized by Jaded Paws Rescue for its contributions and volunteer efforts supporting rescue animals in eastern North Carolina.
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Jacksonville Office Helps Families and Pets in Need

September 14, 2020   |  
Riddle & Brantley's Jacksonville team stepped up in early 2020, partnering with Jaded Paws Rescue to cover the cost of spay / neuter services for adopting families in eastern North Carolina.
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Silent Sam: What You Need To Know

August 23, 2018   |  
Late Monday afternoon, a group of more than 250 protesters gathered in Chapel Hill at the University of North Carolina to call for the removal of “Silent Sam”, a Confederate monument located on campus. This gathering occurred just one day prior to the start of the Fall semester. By 9:30...
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How Can I Avoid Buying a Flood-Damaged Vehicle?

September 29, 2017   |  
Millions of vehicles across the US have been damaged by flood waters caused by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey. After extensive flooding or extreme weather, it is not uncommon for damaged vehicles to be sold on new or used car lots. Individuals or businesses may use a variety of tricks...
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What’s Your Stance on the Confederate Statues and Memorials?

August 22, 2017   |  
Recent events have highlighted the emotional and deeply dividing controversy over public and private memorials, markers, statues and monuments to Confederate soldiers. Charlottesville, Virginia suffered tragedy sparked by radical groups promoting white supremacy, anti-Semitic rhetoric and hate. In response, government officials, along with public opinion, have called for removal of...
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How Can My Business Recover Following a Disaster?

August 14, 2017   |  
Last week, we reported on the massive power outage that plunged the Ocracoke and Hatteras Islands in the Outer Banks area into darkness, and forced the evacuation of tourists vacationing on the islands. Recently, WRAL-TV updated the story. Per WRAL-TV’s report, the islands have restored power, allowing tourists to return...
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