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Personal Injury Lawyers in Charlotte North CarolinaThe likelihood of accidents involving alcohol, permanent injuries, and wrongful death claims associated with drunk driving in Charlotte continues to increase at a disturbing rate.  The numbers don’t lie.

There is an inverse relationship between drunken driving arrests and “accidents.”  Put simply, alcohol-related fatalities (wrecks) increase as DWI arrests decrease.

DWI enforcement in Mecklenburg County has dropped substantially in recent years.  Arrests for drunk driving have declined by nearly 2/3rds, with 4,101 arrests in 2003 and only 1,415 Mecklenburg DWI arrests in 2018.

Part I: NC Insurance Companies Win by making sure You Lose

As an attorney who helps people with accident cases, it’s frankly hard not to sound a bit snarky when talking about the insurance laws in North Carolina. The reason insurance adjustors deny valid claims is simple: It pays to do so.

Why was my claim denied? Mind you, in many instances that is completely legal, ethical, and standard procedure. That doesn’t make it right or equitable.

Rock Hill LawyersWere you or a loved one involved in a serious MVA or motor vehicle accident in Rock Hill or York County SC?  Is the insurance company or the insurance adjuster challenging your medical bills or lost wages?

Are they messing with you on the property damage and the value of the vehicle? Do you feel like you’re being treated fairly in your auto accident claim?

You may benefit from talking to an attorney.  It costs nothing to call our office, ask questions, and get some advice.

North Carolina Law Talk – Summer 2016

Attorneys Mike Daisley and Bill Powers discuss developing trends and provide legal commentary on North Carolina Law issues.  If you have general questions about how the legal system works in North Carolina, please feel free to contact Mike and Bill at:

Mike Daisley:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cl7U95p98pw

Modified Transcript of “Developing Legal Theories in North Carolina” for the Hearing Impaired:

The truth is no two cases are exactly alike.

Modified Transcript of “Keeping Legal Secrets Secret” for the Hearing Impaired

Commentary by lawyers on public venues, such as on some social media, specifically about certain cases is just now allowed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_LXVSUWges

North Carolina Advocates for Justice NCAJ Summer Convention 2015 takes place June 13, 2015 SATURDAY until June 16, 2015 MONDAY in Sunset Beach North Carolina.

Convention facilities are located at:

Modified Transcription of “Charlotte Jury Trial Attorney” for the Hearing Impaired:

People ask me what I do for a living, and my first response is, I help people.

I help people charged with serious crimes, but it’s not limited to a particular type.

Bill Powers, Vice President of Communications for the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, invites you to Mountain Magic 2014.  “NCAJ does an absolutely fabulous job with Continuing Legal Education.  Mountain Magic 2014 promises to be an engaging opportunity to learn and for lawyers throughout the state to network, to socialize and to spend time getting to know one another.”

Mountain Magic 2014

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