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e. Try to take your own pictures of the place of accident/injury (if you are able). If not ask your employer (or a fellow employee) to take photos of the injury and the accident scene. IMPORTANT: Specifically make note if any employer owned machinery or tools were defective, which led to the accident.
From the preparation of a simple will and power of attorney to complex trust planning, most people understand the importance of at least some level of estate planning to ensure their wishes are observed upon their death. Each individual’s needs may be different, however, one common thread that links most people in this modern society is the use and control of digital media and assets.
As we near the end of another year, it is hard to believe that a global pandemic has completely changed the way we interact with our friends, families, and loved ones. One thing that has not changed is the continued commitment and support The Life Center of Davidson County offers to those who need it the most.
What if? We do not like to think about the “what ifs” that revolve around our health, but the recent pandemic has brought certain issues surrounding unexpected disability to the forefront. What if I get sick or am severely injured in an accident? Will my family know what to do? Every attorney in the practice knows from experience that planning ahead can avoid a family crisis later.
David E. Inabinett, Managing Member of Brinkley Walser Stoner, has been selected once again by his peers for inclusion in the 27th edition of The Best Lawyers in America. At the start of 2020, no one could have predicted that the entire world would be in the midst of a global pandemic. Gov. Roy Cooper has appointed William T. Miller to the North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities. This year’s theme was chosen to highlight how senior centers deliver vital connections to support older adults in aging well.
At the start of 2020 no could have predicted that the entire world would be in the midst of a global pandemic. Seven months later with mass layoffs, unemployment rising, and major brands and companies going out of business, there are a lot of things that are uncertain. One thing that is certain is that our community needs our help more than ever.