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Personal Injury and Pokemon Go


Pokemon Go was released this summer and was an immediate hit. Created by Niantic, the augmented reality game allows players to "catch 'em all" on their cellular or tablet. When players open the application (app) on their device and begin traveling, Pokemon appear on the map of their device, which players then search for and capture. While there is a warning at the opening of the Pokemon Go app cautioning players to remain alert to the conditions around them as they play, injuries have still been reported where players did not heed this warning and have been injured or caused injury to others.

Car Accident & Crash Police Reports in North Carolina

When you or a loved one is involved in an auto accident resulting in death or injury, obtaining and understanding the accident report is extremely important. North Carolina auto accidents with property damage in excess of $1000, involving fatality or injury, or police seizure of a vehicle or vehicles require a North Carolina crash report be filled out by the responding officer. This report will include generalized information about the crash such as driver and owner information and road conditions, but may also include specialized information about contributing causes to the accident. If alcohol or drugs, reckless operation of a vehicle, texting while driving or other forms of distracted driving were involved in the accident, the crash report will list these and any other circumstances that may have contributed and were discovered in the investigation. Facts like these will be critical in determining who was at fault for the accident and proving your auto accident case.

Daniel Titsworth Receives Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Attorney Award

Attorney Daniel Titsworth Receives AV Preeminent Award

Daniel Titsworth, with the law firm of Ledbetter & Titsworth, P.A., in Cary, NC, has won the prestigious AV Preeminent Attorney Award. What exactly does that mean? It means he was peer reviewed through Martindale-Hubbell and his ratings reflect a combination of high ethical standards and legal ability.
The high ratings are based on a number of different criteria including the following:

Statute of Limitations in North Carolina for injury cases

The law limits the time a person has to file a lawsuit. If those time limits are not met, your claim will forever be barred. It is important to speak with an attorney well in advance of the expiration of these time limits. You want to work with a lawyer who will waste no time and who will fight effectively to protect you and your family. Examples of time limits you must adhere to include:

Teen Driver Risk in Relation to Age and Passenger

Should your teen be driving with passengers? Are they putting themselves and their passengers at risk?May 2012 AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety published a study finding that, per mile driven,16 and 17-year-old drivers are more likely to be killed in a crash when they have young passengers in their vehicle than when they are driving alone. Their risk was found to increase by an estimated 44% when one passenger under age 21 (and no older passengers) was present in the teen driver's vehicle, approximately double when two passengers under age 21 were present, and more than quadruple when three or more passengers under age 21 were present. The effect of young passengers on the risk of involvement in any police-reported crash appeared to follow a similar pattern; however, increases in the risk of any police-reported crash were smaller and were not estimated precisely enough to even approach statistical significance. It is clear that discouraging teen drivers from carrying passengers and/or discouraging teenagers from riding with young inexperienced drivers would benefit the safety of teenagers both as drivers and as passengers. If your teen has been involved in an accident and you have questions, please contact us for us for a free consultation.

Daniel Titsworth Receives the AV Preeminent Rating for Ethics Standards and Legal Ability

Attorney Daniel B. Titsworth has achieved the AV Preeminent Rating-the Highest Possible Rating from Martindale-Hubbell. Daniel B. Titsworth, a lawyer based in Cary, NC whose primary area of practice is Personal Injury and Workers Compensation, has earned the AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell


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