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If your child suffers injuries due to faulty or outdated playground equipment, do you have a legitimate legal claim? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), playground injuries kill over 200,000 children under 14. About 56% of injuries on public or school playgrounds are caused by broken bones and abrasions, while about…Read More

Who Is at Fault in a Rear-End Collision?

May 12, 2021 Brown Moore & Associates Hit-and-Run Accident

It’s commonly believed that the rear vehicle is automatically at fault in a rear-end collision. However, establishing blame in a rear-end collision depends on the jurisdiction. Some states follow comparative negligence rules, while others follow contributory negligence rules. In comparative negligence states, blame is apportioned between all parties involved in a collision. Each party can…Read More

Medical negligence is currently the third leading cause of death in America. In recent news, three cases have been reported where tranexamic acid was mistaken for local anesthesia and injected into the spine. Tranexamic acid errors can cause catastrophic injuries and death. Medical negligence is on the rise, but only 2.9% of people injured to…Read More

Pedestrians have the right-of-way in most circumstances. While motor vehicles are encouraged to share the road, North Carolina has some of the most dangerous roads for pedestrians. Whether it is the lack of infrastructure, like sidewalks and crosswalks, or motor vehicles not watching for pedestrians, people who choose to walk may find themselves in very…Read More

If you’ve ever traveled down a busy highway full of big rigs and felt nervous, you should. In a regular car crash, metal on metal is already deadly. Throw in a large semi-truck and it’s no question who wins. Big rigs can crush your motor vehicle and tear into the metal like the T-Rex on…Read More