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Let the Good Times Roll!

It’s Carnival season! This year, Mardi Gras falls on February 13.

It’s Carnival season! This year, Mardi Gras falls on February 13. Mardi Gras is a glorious time for New Orleans, Mobile, and everywhere that celebrates. But don’t let the good times get ruined by not staying safe while partying. The most common sources of Mardi Gras injuries are alcohol, floats, and the fight for beads

Happy New Year!

We hope this will be a happy, healthy, and wonderful new year for everyone!

We hope this will be a happy, healthy, and wonderful new year for everyone!

Do You Own a Tesla?

A recent analysis by LendingTree found that Tesla vehicles are involved in more accidents than 29 other leading car brands.

Tesla began rolling out an automatic, over-the-air recall and software update for nearly all its vehicles in the US: all model Y, S, 3, and X that have been produced between October 5, 2012, and December 7, 2023. The update began rolling out last Wednesday, December 13, 2023 — at no cost to Tesla owners. This update will add additional

Holiday Safety Tips

It only takes a few steps to ensure you have a safe and happy holiday season.

The holidays are a great for reconnecting with family and friends. However, amongst decorating, traveling, and keeping warm, there are safety hazards. It only takes a few steps to ensure you have a safe and happy holiday season

Staying Safe on Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is fast approaching and safety should be at the top of the list as well as turkey and pumpkin pie. Studies by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) found that unattended cooking is the leading contributing factor in home fire and fire-related deaths. Approximately 38 percent of home fire injuries can be traced back

Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween

Did you know? Halloween is over 2,000 years old. It was originally a festival to celebrate the end of the autumn harvest and of spirits passing over. The tradition of carving Jack-o-lanterns originated in Ireland, and turnips were used instead of pumpkins. Potatoes and even beets were used as well. According to the Library of Congress,

Trick or Treat!

Safety Tips for Trick-or-Treaters

Here’s something scary: Children are more than three times as likely to be hit by a car and killed on Halloween than on any other day of the year.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, between 2011 and 2020, more child pedestrians were killed in motor vehicle crashes on Halloween than on any other date.

Attorney Tripp Segars Admitted to North Carolina Bar!

Congratulations Tripp!

Congratulations Tripp! Last Friday, Attorney Tripp Segars received his license to practice law in North Carolina. Tripp not only is now able to accept injury cases from North Carolina, but also can more effectively represent our client who have Camp Lejeune cases that are and will be filed in the Eastern District of North Carolina.