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A Guide to Planning Your Holiday Road Trip

If you’re one of the millions of families taking to the freeways this holiday season, you know what lies ahead: congested roads, cars stopped on the shoulder, standstill traffic. If you’re driving with children, you’re likely gearing up with queued-up movies and cartoons for entertainment, or toys to keep them distracted. You surely want to… Read more »

Insurance Companies and Bad Faith: Do I Have a Case?

When tragedy strikes, the last thing you want to worry about is battling the insurance company. You expect that when you file a claim, your insurance agency will swiftly and expertly handle it in a timely manner with your best interests in mind. In fact, that is what agencies are legally obligated to do. This… Read more »

Helping your company grow with a business attorney

Running a business is hard. Starting a business is even harder. The person who said, “Do what you love, and you’ll never work a day in your life” probably didn’t think about the legal aspects that come with it. That’s where a business attorney comes in. Your small business attorney can help you with a… Read more »

Traffic, distraction and a Holly Springs intersection

Susan Miller pulled over to the shoulder at Main Street and Ralph Stephens Road in Holly Springs and directed her phone’s camera at the intersection in front of her. Within mere seconds, she caught one driver after another running the newly installed two-way stop signs. Frankly, she wasn’t surprised. Miller had just been involved in… Read more »

Asbestos and Cancer: What You Need to Know

You’ve seen the commercials on TV—the ones with the melodramatic voice that boom, “If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, you may be entitled to compensation!” Class-action lawsuits abound surrounding mesothelioma and asbestos exposure. And while the commercials look silly, the illness they’re talking about is far from a joke. Read… Read more »

Expert Depositions and the Daubert Challenge, Vol. 1

This is the first post in a series about employing the Daubert challenge in expert depositions. Learn more about our Daubert challenge consultant service here. Psychologists and psychiatrists fill an ever-expanding role in today’s complex civil litigation. I read with great interest the following article in the ABA Journal on cross-examining these types of expert… Read more »

Hardison Wood Named to 10 Best Attorneys List

We are proud to announce that the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys has nominated and accepted D. Hardison Wood as one of its 2017 10 Best Personal Injury Attorneys for Client Satisfaction. The American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys is a third-party attorney rating organization that publishes an annual list of the top 10… Read more »

June 19 Is Ride To Work Day. Here’s What You Need To Know.

Happy International Ride to Work Day! June 19 celebrates the open road and all things on two wheels. Summertime is the perfect time of year to enjoy a ride, but it’s also the busiest time of year on the roads. Stay safe while traveling today and throughout the summer with these tips for motorists of all… Read more »

How Did The Opioid Epidemic In NC Begin?

Opioid abuse has hit an all-time high in NC. Over recent months, North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein has been highlighting the issue, but how did we get here? How did we get to the point of abuse before we realized the problem existed in the first place? How did the North Carolina opioid epidemic… Read more »

A Spike In Hate Crimes Against Indian Americans

One night in Kansas… On Wednesday, February 22, 2017, at a bar in Kansas, two Indian men and one American man were shot during a racially motivated attack. One of the Indian men died of his wounds and the other two gentlemen were severely wounded. According to witnesses, the gunman yelled, “Get out of my… Read more »

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