Personal Injury from Motorcycle Accidents 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 motorcycle accident occurs.  Motorcycle crashes also kill approximately 3,000 motorcyclists each year and are one of…

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Medical malpractice and doctor negligence are topics that have received a lot of attention in recent years. Studies show that only 1 in every 25 patients injured by preventable medical outcomes or negligence end-up bringing a lawsuit against their physician. The most recent claims trend analysis from the Physician’s Insurance Association of America “2010” provides…

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How to Find the Best Personal Injury Lawyer for Your Case When you are in need of legal counsel in Asheville, the attorney or law office that you select will have a major impact on the outcome of your case. Often times, people enter into successful relationships with legal counsel on the recommendation of a…

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By: Perry Fisher Many people in North Carolina use an electronic cigarette. This activity is commonly known as “vaping”. You can see people vaping as they walk down the street or as they are driving. As a law firm in Asheville, North Carolina, we have seen the many types of injuries that are associated with…

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The Safest Clients Listen to Their Lawyers In moments of stress, the kind of stress that is easily associated with legal troubles, it is human nature to seek advice or counsel from different kinds of people. Authority figures, friends, and family members are where we instinctively search out when we want answers about how these…

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A study in older war veterans, many of whom were Vietnam vets, raises new concern about the effect of traumatic brain injuries in later life. The study, conducted by the Alzheimer’s Association, reported that suffering a brain injury nearly doubles a person’s chances of developing dementia in later life. All of the 280,000+ study participants…

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