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In North Carolina it is legal to drive through a red light during a funeral procession if certain conditions have been met. This does not relieve any particular driver of fault should an accident occur! Funeral processions have the right-of-way in North Carolina, but they must yield to emergency vehicles or as directed by police. Also, the lead vehicle must be marked with a flag or light to signify a funeral procession. Each vehicle in the procession must have its headlights and hazard lights on.
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Federal regulators faulted the site for providing incorrect information about which cars are recalled
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This new smart bike design may help prevent bike collisions and minimize injuries. It warns the rider when a vehicle approaches:
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Smart bikes! Great new technology. #smartbike   #Durham  
The manufacturing line at Durham 'smartbike' startup Organic Transit is clearly CEO Rob Cotter’s baby. The grin is constant as he shows us his world - rows of shining shells that will some day encapsulate the tricycle base. Thanks to photographer John West's video camera, you can see his world, too. VIDEO
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Social Security pays benefits to people who cannot work because they have a medical condition that is expected to last at least one year or result in death.
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Why some injured workers don't report their injuries. #workerscomp  
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Drive a #moped  or #scooter  in #NC ? Learn about new potential #insurance  requirements. #ncleg   
In the past, moped, scooter, and other low-speed vehicles on roadways were not required to have insurance. The Senate just approved a measure to change this.
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Our #SocialSecurity   #disabilityattorney  Vance Jennings was recently made Chair of the Disability Advocacy section of the #NorthCarolina  Advocates for Justice!
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Did you know that more teens die in motor vehicle crashes
than from any other cause of death? Learn more and help save a life http://jacksonandwilson.com/teenage-drivers-in-cars/
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The latest from Brent Adams (@brentadamslaw). Personal Injury Attorneys representing injured people throughout North Carolina for more than 35 years. Raleigh, Fayetteville & Dunn
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After 72 degrees yesterday in #Raleigh , drivers need to be prepared for tonight's icy roads! Check the commute cameras:
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A recent study shows that 1/3 of drivers nationwide continue to text or read emails while driving, despite all but four states having some kind of ban.  Are the fines not enough of a deterrent? Where does your state rank on penalties for #textingwhiledriving  ? #distracteddriving  
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My name is Brent Adams and I have been representing individuals against employers and insurance companies since 1973.
Introduction

I limit my practice to NC workers’ compensation, personal injury, disability cases, bankruptcy, and claims against insurance companies.

Over the years I have experienced how unfairly work-related accident victims are treated by their employers and the insurance industry. I have developed a strong passion for fighting insurance companies to try to get the best result for our clients. At this writing, we currently have seven attorneys on our staff who share my passion for representing injured, disabled, and hurting people. We do not represent insurance companies, banks, manufacturers, or other large corporations. Our clients are the ones who really matter, the people who toil and work to make our state and nation a better place. We represent injured workers throughout North Carolina with offices in Raleigh, Fayetteville, and Dunn.

We recognize that being the victim of a work-related accident or disease is very traumatic not only for the victims but for their families as well. Not only are the victims in pain and out of work, they also have serious concerns for their ability to support their family in the future. Our lawyers and staff are easily accessible by phone or email, and personal visits to our office are welcome. We do not mind taking the time with our clients that is necessary to try to get them through this very difficult period. We pride ourselves on the personal attention that we give to all of our clients. We have represented thousands of people who have been injured at work and people who have been injured outside the work environment as a result of negligence of others.

We have also represented families of deceased loved ones in wrongful death cases. North Carolina State Bar rules will not allow me to include here the specific amounts we have recovered for our clients through jury verdicts and settlements. While each case is different, and past results cannot be used to predict future success, I am proud to say that I have been privileged to help my clients and their families recover millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts from insurance companies. We do not promise, however, that we can obtain any specific result or injury for you in your case if you hire us.

Bragging rights
I am proud to say that, having practiced personal injury law in Raleigh, Fayetteville and across North Carolina for over 37 years, I have been privileged to help my clients and their families recover millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts from insurance companies.
Education
  • Wake Forest University School of Law
    Juris Doctorate degrees, 1972
  • Wake Forest University
    History, 1969
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877-BRENT-ADAMS
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910.892.0652
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3200 Wake Forest Road, Suite 275 Raleigh, North Carolina 27609