Articles Tagged with negligent party

Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney Matt Arnold answers the question: “What can you sue for in a personal injury case?”

A recent outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease has been tied to the North Carolina Mountain State Fair. The findings were in a preliminary report from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) published on October 3. The department investigated the cause of illness among at least 124 reported cases traced back to possible exposure to the bacteria at the fair. At least one person died as a result of the illness. The fair was held September 6 through September 15 at the Western North Carolina Agricultural Center in Fletcher. The building was temporarily closed following the initial report.

Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney Matt Arnold answers the question: “What is the harm of being on social media when trying to settle an injury claim?”

In certain cases, personal injury victims are allowed to bring a lawsuit against not only the person who directly caused their injuries, but also others who played some part in causing the eventual harm. These lawsuits are aimed at showing that the third party was negligent in some way and failed to uphold an obligation to the victim. These kinds of cases can be very beneficial to the victim because they ensure that someone else is liable for the damages you’ve incurred as a result of your injuries. This is doubly true when the third party is a company, an entity with deep pockets that can actually afford to pay what may amount to serious money.

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