Year: 2021

Fault in a rear end collision

Before you can recover compensation for the injuries you suffered in a car accident, you’ll have to prove that the other driver was responsible for the crash. Establishing fault in car accidents—even rear-end crashes—can be complicated. If you’ve been hurt in a rear-end collision, the North Carolina car accident lawyers at Hardison…

North Carolina law firm recognized in the field of workers’ compensation—claimants Hardison & Cochran, Attorneys at Law is pleased to be recognized in the 2022 edition of Best Law Firms compiled by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®. Hardison & Cochran is recognized as a Tier 1 firm…

Injured employee

As summer stretches toward its second half and tourism destinations reopen after the pandemic-driven 2020 travel season, many of us are planning vacations. Workers who have been stuck at home because of work injuries may wonder whether they can take a vacation while receiving workers’ compensation. Since you are off…

Claiming compensation after a fatal car accident

Unless you have experienced the loss of a loved one in a car accident, you can’t truly know the shock, sorrow, and overwhelming emotions it causes. If you find yourself dealing with this traumatic, life-changing experience, you may wonder how to go on and what should happen next.    At Hardison &…

doctor wearing gloves medical negligence

By some accounts, the third-leading cause of death in the United States after cancer and heart disease is injuries caused by medical error. Not all patient injuries or deaths that happen while under the care of medical providers involve medical malpractice. This makes legal claims of medical malpractice challenging cases…

electronic logbook for truck drivers keeps track

Federal rules adopted last year to require electronic logging devices in commercial trucks are expected to ensure that truck drivers take mandatory rest breaks and reduce truck accidents caused by drowsy driving. The automated logging devices are expected to reduce the possibility that truck drivers would skip mandatory rest breaks…