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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.


7/27/2016
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New Driving Law for N.C

Click here to find out what new driving law North Carolina has passed.

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6/1/2009
Brent Adams
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According to the North Carolina Highway Patrol, a 23-year-old Mebane man died of the personal injuries he suffered on May 30 when he was hit by a vehicle.

According to telecommunications supervisor John Swinney, Ian E. Terrell was riding his bike on the east shoulder of Lebanon Road at approximately 2 p.m. when he swerved into the roadway and was hit by a vehicle. According to Orange County dispatchers, he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Swinney said that he did not know the driver’s name and that the accident remains under investigation.



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4/27/2009
Brent Adams
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An Angier man is at WakeMed to recover from the personal injuries he suffered when he was struck by a vehicle while riding his bicycle in Coats.

Thirty-seven-year-old Edward Garrigo was westbound on N.C. 27 on his bike when he was struck from behind by the Chevrolet Cavalier of 18-year-old Dunn resident Megan Nicole Lee.

Garrigo received ambulance transport to WakeMed, where he required a surgical procedure. As of April 24, he remained in the hospital’s intensive care unit.

Garrigo was apparently on his way to Papa John’s at Campbell University in Buies Creek, where he has been employed as a cook since the restaurant opened in January.

Police charged Lee with reckless driving to endanger and failure to reduce speed. She has been scheduled to appear in Harnett County District Court on May 27.



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11/17/2008
Brent Adams
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Teenager Allows Dog To Bite Younger Boy In An Attempt To Steal His Bike

Find out what happened after a boy opposed a police officer by not giving him his bicycle.

Category: Keyword Search: bicycle