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When to Stop For School Buses in North Carolina
Car Accident
Michael Harman

When to Stop For School Buses in North Carolina

While all drivers are aware that these buses make frequent stops to pick up or drop off students, they may be uncertain about what actions they should take when a bus stops. Understanding the state’s laws about stopping for school buses not only protects drivers from serious legal consequences but safeguards the wellbeing of the child passengers.

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North Carolina Bus Accident Lawyers
Bus Accidents
Michael Harman

Can You Get Compensation From a Bus Crash in North Carolina?

Whether you’ve been hurt as a passenger on the bus or struck by a bus while walking, biking, or driving, you could be facing significant injuries and long recovery times. Even though a personal injury lawsuit cannot undo the harm caused by the bus crash, it can help ensure that you and your family do not face a financial crisis due to the losses related to your injuries.

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Pedestrian Accidents
Michael Harman

What Should I Do If I’ve Been Hit in a Crosswalk in North Carolina?

Even the most careful person using a crosswalk and following traffic signs and signals still runs the risk of getting struck by a negligent or reckless driver. A helpful pedestrian accident attorney can outline the steps you should take following your collision and why these actions are essential.

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Personal Injury Blogs

When to Stop For School Buses in North Carolina
Car Accident
Michael Harman

When to Stop For School Buses in North Carolina

While all drivers are aware that these buses make frequent stops to pick up or drop off students, they may be uncertain about what actions they should take when a bus stops. Understanding the state’s laws about stopping for school buses not only protects drivers from serious legal consequences but safeguards the wellbeing of the child passengers.

Read More »
North Carolina Bus Accident Lawyers
Bus Accidents
Michael Harman

Can You Get Compensation From a Bus Crash in North Carolina?

Whether you’ve been hurt as a passenger on the bus or struck by a bus while walking, biking, or driving, you could be facing significant injuries and long recovery times. Even though a personal injury lawsuit cannot undo the harm caused by the bus crash, it can help ensure that you and your family do not face a financial crisis due to the losses related to your injuries.

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Pedestrian Accidents
Michael Harman

What Should I Do If I’ve Been Hit in a Crosswalk in North Carolina?

Even the most careful person using a crosswalk and following traffic signs and signals still runs the risk of getting struck by a negligent or reckless driver. A helpful pedestrian accident attorney can outline the steps you should take following your collision and why these actions are essential.

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Employment Law Blogs

Parental Leave in North Carolina
Employment
Michael Harman

Parental Leave in North Carolina

In North Carolina, over half of all working people (61%) don’t work enough to qualify for the Federal Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). This article addresses Parental Leave in North Carolina and what you may or may not be entitled to under both federal and state law.

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When Should You Hire A Wrongful Termination Lawyer?
Employment
Michael Harman

When Should You Hire A Wrongful Termination Lawyer?

Wrongful termination is the case when an employee is fired or laid off, and the termination breaches several terms of the contract agreement.

North Carolina is an at-will employment state, meaning that a company has the discretion to fire an employee. The state gives companies the right to fire you without any warning or allow you to fix the problem (if you caused any).

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Worker's Compensation Blogs

Workers’ Compensation
Michael Harman

What if a Co-Worker Caused My Injury at Work?

In most cases, you will file a workers’ compensation claim for any injuries caused by another employee. Workers’ comp claims are no-fault to provide the broadest protection for employees and do not take into consideration who caused the accident.

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