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  • Winter Care Accident Prevention | Wilson, Reives & Silverman

Tips for Avoiding a Personal Injury from a Car Accident During the Winter Season

Heavy travel by car during the winter months and the increased challenges of winter weather mean that it is even more important to take extra steps to protect yourself and your family from potential personal injuries. Car Care Most Raleigh auto accident lawyers know that many travel-related personal injuries can be prevented with a little

  • DWI lawyers can help you understand your rights when arrested for driving under the influence, as well as the protocol arresting officers must use.

Defenses to DWI Cases

According to the United States Department of Transportation, over 4 million adults in the U.S. have admitted to driving while under the influence of alcohol at least once, totaling an estimated 112 million alcohol-related driving instances, in 2010. Since 2004, all states have adopted a .08 alcohol limit.  The .08 limit, coupled with “per se”

  • There are plenty of ways to get around town and do what you need to do instead of driving with a revoked license. Here are several great options.

No Driver’s License? No Problem! Ways to Get Around Sanford and Raleigh

There’s an old saying: “what you don’t know won’t hurt you.” While that can be true, when it comes to driving with a revoked license, what you know can hurt you, especially if you get caught. As tempting as it may be to drive without a valid license, it is illegal, even though you may be

  • Your drunk driving attorney knows what circumstances can aggravate DWI charges. Let them guide you through factors that may hurt your case.

Holiday Drinking: 14 Factors that Can Aggravate a DWI Charge

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, someone dies from an alcohol-related automobile accident every 51 minutes in the United States. It should go without saying that drinking and driving is never a good combination. It’s even more important to remember during the holidays travel increases 54 percent from Thanksgiving to New Year’s. Being

  • Drug Possession Attorney | Sanford Attorneys Wilson, Reives & Silverman

What to Do If You Were in a Car That Had Drugs In It

Imagine you are giving your friend a ride somewhere in your car.  You see flashing lights in your rearview mirror.  Maybe you didn’t come to a complete stop at a stop sign or one of your tail lights is out.  You pull over, and when the police officer asks if he can search your car,

  • If you suffer from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome after an on-the-job injury, you could recover workers’ comp for chronic pain.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) is a debilitating pain disorder that can arise after a traumatic injury occurs. It is important to know what CRPS/RSD is, as well as its symptoms, causes and treatment options. If you have developed CRPS/RSD as a result of workplace activities, you may

  • Safe, defensive, law-abiding driving and planning can help you avoid needing a car accident lawyer in Raleigh during the Thanksgiving holiday.

Stay Safe This Black Wednesday and Thanksgiving Holiday

For most Americans, the month of November is synonymous with Thanksgiving. It’s the time of the year when many are anxiously anticipating spending time with family over grand dinner spreads until hunger and hearts are satisfied. While Thanksgiving is undoubtedly joyous for families in North Carolina, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) cites the

  • A hit-and-run lawyer can protect your rights if you've been in an accident. Taking pictures of the damage will help strengthen your case.

What You Must Do After Being a Victim in a Hit-and-Run Accident

There’s a noticeable rise in hit-and-run accidents throughout Wake County and the North Carolina Research Triangle.  Several recent news stories underscore the need for injured victims to understand what they must do, regardless of whether they are operating a motor vehicle, cycling or walking, when a negligent driver hits them and flees the scene. By

  • You'll need a personal injury lawyer to help you after a dog bite attack.

Holding Owners of Dangerous Dogs Liable After Dog Bite Attack and Available Damages

North Carolina victims of dog bite attacks may be compensated through an injury claim filed by their personal injury lawyer against the dog owner’s property insurance policy.  Dog bite injury is governed by Chapter 67 of the N.C. General Statutes.  The first few sections of this Chapter are generally referred to as the “dog bite