Bellevue, Wash. – The Law Office of D. Hardison Wood has received the 2015 Litigator Award™. It is the firm’s second consecutive honor on the prestigious list, and one that places D. Hardison Wood in the top 1% of all Personal Injury trial lawyers in America. The National Litigator Awards™ spotlight the most competent 1% of… Read more »
Victims’ names have been changed to protect their identities. Tanya, Kim, and a women’s soccer player belong to an unfortunate, yet resolute group of collegiate women – all with something in common. At one point that common ground would’ve been found as they enthusiastically entered the campus gates of Baylor University freshman year, but today… Read more »
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No. It’s a drone. The gift your child just opened this past holiday. Freshly unwrapped and ready to fly, it’s one of thousands of new drones that will fill the skies in 2016. You didn’t think about it beforehand, but now that the drone is out of… Read more »
2015 was a busy year for the North Carolina Department of Transportation – one that culminated with a 10-page report from the agency detailing numerous proposed changes to state law governing the relationship between vehicles and bicycles on our roadways. According to the NCDOT, 19 cyclists are killed with more than 650 others being hit by… Read more »
It’s that time of year again – time to start preparing for the annual holiday trip. But unlike what the definition of “vacation” suggests, holiday travel is a completely different bag of toys – riddled with traffic, crowds, delays, stress and … children. 10 Child Safety Tips for Holiday Travel The Law Office of D…. Read more »
It’s likely that you’ll have to take your child to the mall or to the annual holiday party this year. But before you walk out the door, brush up on these 5 safety tips for a safe, stress-free holiday outing with your child.
November is Child Safety & Protection month, and there’s no better time to put children first than during the season of Thanks! But we don’t only protect children during the month of November; we also protect them because of the countless threats and hazards that tempt their curiosity every day. To help adults better protect… Read more »
Wednesday, Oct. 21st, 2015 was the 5th annual Unity Day to fight bullying across the country. Founded in 2011 by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center (PACER), it has continued to raise awareness and provide a lifeline for victims of bullying who seek help and acceptance.
Are High School Football Helmets Safe? In mere weeks, high school football fields across the nation will light up on Friday nights, stands filled with cheering fans. One of the most popular sports in America, football seems innocent enough; after all it’s just a game, right? Perhaps it’s more dangerous than most realize. According to High… Read more »
A 20-year-old from Holly Springs struck a pedestrian while driving Saturday night, according to WRAL. The driver, Darrius Cortez Gilbert, was allegedly driving drunk after consuming alcohol underage when he struck a pedestrian. The accident occurred at about 11PM at the intersection of N.C. Highway 55 and New Hill Road in Holly Springs. The pedestrian, Jesse… Read more »