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The approach of the 2018 college football season marks the start of the fifth year of the campaign to promote autism awareness in North Carolina. Hardison & Cochran, Attorneys at Law is proud to continue its partnership with the Autism Society of North Carolina and Carolina Football to raise awareness…

We have a right to expect that the food we buy at grocery stores and restaurants is healthy and safe to eat.  But when food suppliers and restaurant staff fail to follow proper safety practices in handling and preparing food, they may cause an outbreak of foodborne illness and leave…

Approximately four of every 10 car accidents occur at intersections, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). In North Carolina, there were more than 128,000 intersection crashes in the most recent year of complete traffic data, including 42,000 intersection collisions involving injuries and 402 involving deaths, according to…

The 2018 Autism Awareness Football Game has been set for September 15th as North Carolina takes on the Golden Knights of Central Florida in Chapel Hill, NC. For the past four years, Hardison & Cochran has teamed up with the Autism Society of North Carolina and University of North Carolina…

Check out the May 2018 Hardison & Cochran Newsletter. In this month’s newsletter we cover the new Raleigh office, self driving car accidents, new personal injury podcast and the May GoPro Give-A-Way to ensure you capture your memories this summer and all throughout the year. Check it out: May 2018…

New Address, Same Commitment to Serve. Hardison & Cochran, Attorneys at Law is changing its Raleigh office location, while maintaining the firm’s strong commitment to client oriented legal representation. The new address, located approximately three miles from the former office, is: Hardison & Cochran, Attorneys at Law 7340 Six Forks…

The majority of people who hire a personal injury lawyer have never hired a lawyer before. It can be a very confusing time. Think about it, an accident has happened where a person has been injured. This injured person or someone close to them performs research or gets the name…

A number of technology companies in collaboration with auto makers are at various stages of development and testing of self-driving cars. The idea is that since human error contributes to most vehicle accidents, self-driving vehicles could potentially save lives. The desire to remove human error from the roadways is certainly…