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Our North Carolina legal blog covers personal injury news, accident information, medical malpractice reports, lawsuits, and other topics of interest for those who are dealing with their own North Carolina legal issues. Updated daily, our NC injury attorneys hope this blog helps readers stay connected to legislation changes and informed when it comes to significant NC court decisions.


10/9/2012
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ATV Accidents and Liability: ATV or Property Owner?

All-terrain vehicles—also called ATVs, three-wheelers, four-wheelers and off-road vehicles—are popular in North Carolina.

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6/1/2012
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Fayetteville ATV Accident Attorney: ATV Recalls

ATV accidents in NC injure and kill people of any age. Children and teens are not the only ages involved in NC ATV wrecks, a recent Fayetteville ATV accident involved a 58-year-old man.

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6/26/2011
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North Carolina Man Dies Of Brain Injury After ATV Accident In Clover

A man was killed in an ATV accident in North Carolina when his all-terrain vehicle flipped, throwing him an estimated 100 feet from the vehicle.

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6/19/2010
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Orange County ATV Accident Injures Two

Two people have suffered injuries in an accident involving all-terrain vehicles.

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11/17/2008
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An all-terrain vehicle carrying five people crashing into a rock in Alberta, Canada has resulted in the wrongful death of a two-year-old boy from the personal injuries he received. The crash ejected all of the passengers and sent them tumbling down a steep hill.

According to police, five people were riding on the four-wheeled ATV. The vehicle is designed for only a maximum of two passengers.

The vehicle’s passengers were a two-year-old boy, a three-year-old boy, and two 12-year-old boys. The driver was a 32-year-old man.

While atop a steep hillside, one of the boys activated the vehicle’s accelerator which caused it to jump forward and down the incline, according to police. The driver failed to regain control of the ATV, which struck a rock and was sent airborne, ejecting all passengers.

All of the passengers received transport to a hospital, where the two-year-old died from the injuries he received. The others received only minor injuries. None were wearing helmets.



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