What Is Considered Contributory Negligence?

What Should I Say to the Insurance Adjuster After My Accident?

April 8, 2018
When someone gets injured in an accident, the first thing they do is call their insurance company/insurance adjuster. They ask for help with filing a claim. After the adjuster has done his job, he/she may send you a letter saying “We’ve reviewed your case and we’re going to deny your claim.” I speak with clients […]
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How Do Transferable Skills Affect My Social Security Disability Claim?

Are you thinking about applying for social security disability benefits? Or maybe you already applied and didn’t get approved. Either way, you may wonder how transferable skills affect your application. In fact, a question clients often ask is how to prove their skills are non-transferable. This article will explain how transferable skills impact your ability […]
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What is the North Carolina Industrial Commission and Is It Really Important to A Workers Comp Claim?

March 21, 2018
When it comes to workman’s comp cases, it’s important to know who all of the players are. If you’ve been injured at work, then there’s no doubt that you’ve probably heard of the North Carolina Industrial Commission (often abbreviated to NCIC or sometimes just IC). The NCIC is the government agency that’s in charge of […]
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All American Marathon in Fayetteville, North Carolina

March 12, 2018
The All All American Marathon is coming up on Sunday, March 25. Along with the All American Marathon there will also be the Mike-to-Mike Half Marathon and The All American 5K. These three races take place every year at Fort Bragg. The race is put on by MWR which is the welfare and recreation organization […]
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Hours of Work Needed for Social Security Disability: How Much Is Required?

Social Security can be a great help to injured workers in the United States. However, in order to qualify for these benefits, there are several requirements you’ll need to meet.  One such requirement is to have reached a certain amount of hours of work needed for Social Security Disability. What is SSDI? Social Security Disability […]
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