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Saving Your Child’s Life: 4 Precautions That Every Pool Should Have In Place

Approximately 75% of all unintentional drowning deaths in the U.S. involve a child under the age of 5. That should be a huge wake-up call to parents of toddlers across the Nation, many of whom enjoy bringing their children to the pool on a hot summer’s day. That statistic echoes, despite that fact that most… Read more »

Welcome to Our Newest Paralegal, Logan Thorpe!

The Law Offices of D. Hardison Wood are continuing to grow with the addition of Logan We would like to welcome our newest paralegal to our team, Logan Thorpe. Logan interned with the Law Office of D. Hardison Wood during college and has joined our team full time since graduating from North Carolina State University…. Read more »

The Law Office of D. Hardison Wood Welcomes Reggie Mathis!

We’re excited to welcome our new associate, Reginald (Reggie) Mathis! Reggie is a bright young attorney with experience in financial/banking regulation work. Prior to his professional career, Reggie attended the Wake Forest University and the Wake Forest University School of Divinity. He received his J.D. from the North Carolina Central University Law School, focusing on… Read more »

Acura Recalls 2014 & 2015 Models

Attention All Acura Owners! If you own an Acura MDX SUV or a RLX Sedan, listen up! Acura has recalled both 2014 and 2015 models due to the potential for the automatic emergency braking systems to malfunction during operation, making vehicles susceptible to collision. The “Collision Mitigation Braking System” in each model relies on radar… Read more »

Crash on U.S. 264 In Eastern Wake County Wednesday

Frightening Wreck on U.S. 264 in Eastern Wake County on Wednesday Knightdale, N.C. – Authorities were forced to shut down U.S. Highway 264 between Raleigh and Knightdale early Wednesday due to an accident between a cement truck and a car. The accident occurred around 8:30 a.m. near exit 422 (Hodge Rd.). Information as to the… Read more »

Are Motorcycles As Dangerous As You Think?

A Deeper Look Into Motorcycle Safety in 2015 In honor of May being Motorcycle Safety Awareness month, we think it fitting to delve deeper into the safety of riding a motorcycle. But with recent crashes throughout North Carolina, and our firsthand experience with motorcycle crash victims and families, the question above seems ludicrous, right? Perhaps…. Read more »

Follow Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Hardison Wood Supports Sexual Assault Awareness Sexual assault is a serious and all too prevalent crime. Though the media has covered certain “high-profile” sexual assault cases recently, mainly those involving local greek fraternity chapters, all cases matter and all victims deserve to be heard. It is up to us to hear them and help them…. Read more »

Is Campus Sexual Assault Just a “Greek” Thing?

Examining the Link Between Greek Life & Sexual Assault So what is going on with the association of Greek Life and sexual assault? In the wake of many months’ worth of negative press surrounding collegiate Greek Life, this question is likely top-of-mind for students, universities and national fraternity organizations alike. And rightfully so. Over the… Read more »

D. Hardison Wood Named Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in North Carolina

The National Trial Lawyers Announces D. Hardison Wood as One of Its Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in North Carolina The National Trial Lawyers is pleased to announce that D. Hardison Wood of the Law Office of D. Hardison Wood in Cary, North Carolina, has been selected for inclusion into its Top 100 Civil… Read more »

D. Hardison Wood and Adam Smith Named to the 2015 North Carolina Super Lawyers List

Award-Winning Attorneys Cary, NC The Law Office of D. Hardison Wood is proud to announce that two of our outstanding attorneys, D. Hardison Wood and Adam Smith, have been selected to the 2015 North Carolina Rising Stars list. The North Carolina Rising Stars list is an exclusive list, which recognizes no more than 2.5 percent of… Read more »

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