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Drunk Driving Accidents

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Workplace Accidents Solved the Right Way You thought that your workplace would pay for the accident, yet here you are with mounting bills and no way to make money while you recover. Why should you pay when the accident wasn't your fault? At Bart Durham Injury Law, we are [...]
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What Happens if I'm Injured in a Wreck While on Vacation?

You’ve waited all year for this vacation. You’ve saved, spent endless hours on planning the details, and your family is very excited. Then, a car accident happens ruining the day and possibly the whole vacation.
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Dangers of Texting and Driving vs. Drinking and Driving

The risks of driving these days are much higher than they used to be. Not only are we dealing with possibly drunk drivers on the road, but we also have to be aware of “distracted drivers." More specifically, drivers on their phones. The National Safety Council reports that [...]
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5 Dangerous Driving Habits

It's easy to pick up bad driving habits without even realizing it. Dangerous driving practices may not seem like a big deal when you’ve been able to get away with them without consequence, but it only takes one time for a bad habit to become deadly.
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Costs of DUI on Memorial Day weekend run high

Memorial Day is just around the corner, and everyone is gearing up for the unofficial start of summer. You may not think too much about getting behind the wheel of car, truck, or a boat after having a few drinks this Memorial Day, but it could be a very costly mistake.
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June is National Safety Month

The National Safety Council puts out an annual Injury Facts study. In the 2017 edition, the top causes of preventable deaths among 1-24 year olds is motor vehicle accidents, causing 33% of deaths in 1-4 year olds, 56% of deaths in 5-14 year olds, and 57% of deaths in 15-24 year [...]
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What Classifies as Wrongful Death?

The death of a family member is a traumatic event, especially if the death was caused by another person who acted negligently. The aftermath is often uncertain as questions come up about funeral planning, insurance, making day to day decisions, and managing household expenses [...]
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How to spot a drunk driver

Most people understand how to identify a motorist who is behaving aggressively, or one who is driving recklessly. Spotting other, less distinct signs of trouble is also important, though. That's why it is vital for all drivers, no matter their level of experience, to regularly [...]
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Consider if another driver in your accident was drunk

In the immediate aftermath of an accident, it can be very difficult to remain calm and collected. However, keeping your wits about you is extremely important to determine what truly happened in an accident and who is really at fault. If you find yourself in an accident, the [...]
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Drunk driving is reckless driving

For the vast majority of car accidents, liability is determined by examining the circumstances of the accident and determining who was at fault in the accident. Fault is usually established by investigating all of the factors at play and finding one or more of the parties [...]
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