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March 15, 2018

Avoiding Car Accidents in the Spring

Spring is in full effect, and that usually means more and more cars are emerging from the woodwork and hitting the road. As Charlotte personal injury lawyers, we understand that not all car accidents are your fault. If you’ve been in a car accident that isn’t your fault, our personal injury lawyers at Hunter & […] Read more…

February 15, 2018

Avoiding Personal Injury Liability in the Winter

Staying safe year-round should always be a top priority for you and your family. However, this seemingly simple task gets increasingly difficult during the cold winter months. As personal injury lawyers in Richmond, the Hunter & Everage Law Firm is here to make sure you finish out the rest of the winter on a safe […] Read more…

November 21, 2017

Whistleblower For Public Employees

BROWN V. N.C. DEP’T. OF PUB. SAFETY (NC Court of Appels) (11/21/17) The North Carolina Human Resources Act requires state employee in North Carolina bringing Whistleblower Act claims to file Whistleblower claims with the Office of Hearing within 30 days of the retaliatory employment action. Brown, a correctional officer alleged that he was denied a […] Read more…

July 14, 2015

Understanding Your Alleged Onset Date for Social Security Disability (Part 2)

In part 1 , we discussed the importance of your alleged onset date with respect to Social Security Disability. Just as a brief recap, your alleged onset date is the date you allege that you became disabled. As discussed, your alleged onset date is very important because it’s the date that your medical evidence in […] Read more…