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When someone is injured in an accident in North Carolina, it is important to gather information about what happens next.
Being injured in a serious accident is always a shocking and scary experience, and dealing with the aftermath is exhausting and stressful. Accident victims are forced to deal with hospitalization, medical treatments, missed work, and lost income. often while trying to manage pain and disability from their injuries. And then the insurance adjusters start circling. Find out more about accidents and what issues an injured person needs to be aware of by going to this link .
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If you or a loved one has been affected by drunk driving, MADD is here to help. VICTIM/SURVIVOR 24-Hour Help Line 877.MADD.HELP
Connecting people, products, and places safely and efficiently with customer focus, accountability, and environmental sensitivity to enhance the economy and vitality of North Carolina.
The North Carolina State Highway Patrol’s primary mission is to reduce collisions and make the highways of North Carolina as safe as possible. The State Highway Patrol has more than 1,600 troopers who cover 78,000 miles of North Carolina roadways, more than any other state except Texas. In addition to enforcing the state’s traffic laws, State troopers also guide traffic during hurricane evacuations, re-route traffic around hazardous chemical spills, and they stand ready, should any act of terrorism occur.
Travel information is currently disseminated to the public using venues such as Highway Advisory Radio, Dynamic Message Signs, and on other NCDOT services. The North Carolina 511 system is part of a nationwide effort to disseminate travel information to the public via another venue, the telephone. 511 in North Carolina was implemented in the summer of 2004.
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Helping low-income individuals solve legal problems.
Every lawyer has a professional responsibility to help make legal services available to those unable to afford them. Access to the justice system is essential to the functioning of a democratic society, but meaningful access to justice for persons of limited means is only possible through pro bono service. The North Carolina State Bar and the American Bar Association encourage attorneys to render 50 hours of pro bono service annually to individuals unable to pay. Please Note: The NCCU Law Pro Bono Program and NCCU Law Students cannot represent or give legal advice directly to members of the public. NCCU Law Students may only work under the supervision of a licensed attorney at an organization or project approved by the Program.
The North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys brings together civil trial attorneys and paralegals to promote the administration of justice, the exchange of information, ideas, and litigation techniques, and to strengthen the practice, improve the skills, and enhance the knowledge of lawyers defending individuals and businesses in North Carolina.
The North Carolina Advocates for Justice is a nonpartisan association of legal professionals dedicated to protecting people s rights through community, education, and advocacy.
UNC School of Law was founded in 1845 and is part of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the nation s first state-supported university. The school has been approved by the American Bar Association since 1928. Carolina Law prepares outstanding lawyers and leaders to serve the people and institutions of North Carolina, the nation and the world. Home to numerous centers and initiatives, the school offers strong expertise in civil rights, banking, environmental law, intellectual property, entrepreneurial and securities law, critical studies, bankruptcy and constitutional inquiry.