Pedestrian and Bicycle Accident Attorneys Serving Haywood County

November 28th, 2012|Safety and Personal Injury|

Haywood County bicycle accidents can result in serious injuries, especially when a motor vehicle is involved.

Tire Defect Attorneys Serving Western North Carolina

November 28th, 2012|Safety and Personal Injury, Uncategorized|

Tire defects are a common cause of tire blowouts and can contribute to dangerous auto accidents.  A manufacturing or design defect can cause tread separation early on in a tire's life - well before [...]

Western North Carolina’s Dangerous Highways

November 7th, 2012|Safety and Personal Injury|

The Mountains of Western North Carolina are filled with rural roads.  In cities like Asheville, Marion and Lenoir the number of fatalities on these rural roads is higher than the more urban cities of [...]

Motorcycle Accidents & Personal Injury

August 30th, 2012|Safety and Personal Injury|

Although many people prefer motorcycles as their mode of transportation and others enjoy recreational use, riders can be at higher risk for personal injury.    Motorcyclists face a higher chance of severe injury if a [...]

Preventing A Car Accident For Your Teen Driver Starts With The Right Car Choice

August 30th, 2012|Safety and Personal Injury|

Getting a driver’s license can be an exciting period in the life of a teenager. Many teens in Western North Carolina and throughout the US are also fortunate to get their first vehicle right [...]

Tips To Reduce The Risk Of Injury To Children In A Car Accident

August 30th, 2012|Safety and Personal Injury|

Children under 14 years old in the United States are at high risk of being in a car accident that could lead to death. Improper use of the car seat and seat belt was [...]

Questions You Should Ask Before Having Surgery

August 29th, 2012|Safety and Personal Injury|

Fifteen million people undergo surgery in American hospitals each year. Most of these are not emergency surgeries and are therefore considered elective; this means that, since the surgery is on a non-emergency basis, that [...]

Tips To Help You Prepare For Surgery

August 29th, 2012|Safety and Personal Injury|

Surgery is complicated enough, and as a patient there are steps you can take to help it go smoothly and help you heal more quickly. It's important to take some precautionary measures before “going [...]

A Guide To Preventing Personal Injury On Construction Sites

August 29th, 2012|Safety and Personal Injury|

The risk of personal injury is quite high on construction sites, where dangerous tools like  industrial trucks, power tools and scaffolding can be found. Combined, these tools only increase their levels of danger. Many [...]

Personal Injury In Court Cases: Five Common Examples

August 29th, 2012|Safety and Personal Injury|

Injury comes in many forms and in the legal sense, personal injury can often be quite varied. There are literally tens of thousands of specific injuries that can occur to the human body, but [...]

In The Event of a Car Accident,Take The Following Steps

August 29th, 2012|Safety and Personal Injury|

It’s difficult to always think clearly after a car accident, and some people may simply be unaware of what they should or could do to minimize the pain and aggravation of the aftermath. Car [...]

The Difference Between Car Accident Damage and Personal Injury

August 28th, 2012|Safety and Personal Injury|

Victims of a car accident can do themselves a disservice by underestimating the connection between personal injury and collision damage. Worse, they undermine their chances of recovery by responding immediately to insurance companies and [...]