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Category: Personal Injury

Will My Medical Malpractice Case Hold Up in Court?

March 23, 2017
Gwen Clayton
When we visit the doctor, we’re putting our trust in them...counting on them to know what they’re doing and that they’re doing what’s best for us. After all, they’ve been to medical school and are trained to understand how the human body works and what we need when we’re sick or injured. However, doctors are […]
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Is It Possible to Obtain the Insurance Policy Limits from the Negligent Driver in My Case?

January 11, 2017
Oxner
Knowing insurance policy limits can be a huge advantage when dealing with a case against a negligent driver and their insurance company. However, in North Carolina, insurance companies are not required to reveal how much insurance the at-fault driver has or what their policy limits are. As such, most insurance companies won’t reveal this information, […]
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Is Not Wearing a Seatbelt Considered Contributory Negligence?

November 28, 2016
Oxner
In North Carolina, it’s illegal to not wear a seat belt. Regardless of age, or whether you’re the driver or a passenger, everyone is required to wear a seat belt. We’ve all seen the ad campaigns and the “click it or ticket” slogan to encourage drivers to wear their seatbelts, and hopefully this is a […]
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What exactly is “Negligence Per Se”?

November 14, 2016
Oxner
If you’ve been injured in a car accident, you may have heard the term “negligence per se” in regards to your case. Negligence per se is what is used to determine whether or not negligence directly resulted in your injury. This could include anything from texting while driving to speeding to reckless driving in hazardous […]
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Seamon v. Remington Arms Company, llc

May 18, 2016
Oxner
In a closely watched case, a Federal Appeals Court has reversed a decision from a lower court, which threw out an expert’s opinion because the court said it was unreliable. The case, Seamon v. Remington Arms Company, LLC, is a tragic case surrounding the mysterious death of the plaintiff’s husband who was shot by his […]
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