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Thanksgiving Travel Results in Multiple North Carolina Car Accidents

December 4, 2017   |  
Thanksgiving is notorious for being a time of year where car and truck crashes are more likely to occur. Traffic density skyrockets around Thanksgiving as millions of people travel to visit family or friends. This year was no exception. There were multiple car accidents in North Carolina before, during and...
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What Can I Do If I Was Hurt in a Car Crash Because the Other Driver Was Speeding?

September 1, 2017   |  
What should car crash victims do if they are injured in a wreck that happened because the other driver was speeding? Recently, a driver in Wilson, North Carolina was arrested on speeding charges after a collision involving his sports car and a minivan carrying a family from Virginia Beach. Per...
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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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Are the Chemicals Used to Clean Swimming Pools Safe?

August 21, 2017   |  
Are the chemicals used to clean swimming pools dangerous? According to a recent WRAL-TV report, in certain situations, yes. Per the WRAL-TV story, a YMCA in Durham was closed following a poolside chemical spill that resulted in 40 kids being hospitalized. A lifeguard first noticed the spill. The lifeguard smelled...
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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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Riddle and Brantley Is Participating in Backpacks for Kids

August 4, 2017   |  
Riddle & Brantley is participating in Backpacks for Kids again this year. Our law firm is sponsoring Eastern Wayne Elementary School for the 2017-2018 school year. Last year, our goal was to provide students with 200 backpacks full of school supplies and not only were we able to meet that...
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Can I Get a Refund If a Power Outage Ruins My Family’s Vacation?

August 3, 2017   |  
Your family’s annual summer vacation. The kids don’t have to go back to school for a few more weeks. You and your spouse have taken time off from work, and saved up all year for this week or two of family fun time. So, what do you do if a...
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Happy Father’s Day from Riddle & Brantley!

June 16, 2017   |  
From our family to yours, Happy Father’s Day! https://youtu.be/0g2mZdqqy6g
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Are Adults Under 50 Eligible for Disability Benefits?

June 12, 2017   |  
When people think of those that collect Social Security disability benefits, most are likely to think of older men and women who are injured on the job. However, there are also many men and women under 50 years old who rely on disability benefits. Unfortunately, young adults (men and women...
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What Should I Do If My Car’s Hit by a Driver Who Ran a Red Light?

June 9, 2017   |  
According to WTVD-TV, after a car ran a red light, it crashed into a SUV that was turning left. The wreck, which took place in Fayetteville on Murchison Road, resulted in seven people being rushed to the hospital for treatment. As of this writing, the North Carolina State Highway Patrol...
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