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In North Carolina, we are blessed with a mild climate. The Appalachian Mountains keep those cold Canadian winds off our backs, and the Gulf Stream current warms our ocean shores. Severe weather for us is usually a summer thunderstorm.
Charlotte, North Carolina has enjoyed a period of growth since the bleak days of the most recent recession. Now it must contend with growing pains, as the boom in development has brought traffic congestion and an increased rate of
The Law Offices of Brian deBrun, PLLC is very pleased to welcome a new addition to the firm. Cameron deBrun, son of Brian deBrun, was admitted to the North Carolina State Bar on August 28, 2015, and joins
For North Carolina moped enthusiasts, the free ride is over. The state recently required users to register their mopeds with the Division of Motor Vehicles and, effective July 1, 2016, will require riders to carry the statutory minimum level
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We are pleased to announce that the Law Offices of Brian deBrun, PLLC, has moved to 1512 East Fourth Street, Charlotte, NC 28204. Our new site, near Presbyterian Medical Center and across the
If you have been injured in a car accident, you’re probably feeling some distress over the mounting medical bills. Even if you have health insurance, the deductible and co-payments can cost you thousands of dollars. However, you may have
In the decade running from 2003 to 2012, drunk driving accidents in North Carolina claimed a total of 4,102 lives. That’s an average of 410 deaths a year, far too many for a state our size. Sadly, statistics from
Autumn means back to school for the kids, but it is also a good time for drivers to hit the books and review rules governing school bus safety, especially those situations when the law requires an automobile to stop.
North Carolina requires drivers to have liability insurance with a minimum of $30,000 of coverage for personal injury to one person, $60,000 for personal injury to more than one person, and $25,000 for property damage. Given the cost of
In 2011, the North Carolina legislature enacted a new Rule of Civil Procedure limiting the evidence an injured party could introduce to prove losses due to medical expenses. This new rule may cause injured plaintiffs to recover far less