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Consumer Law
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Consumer Protection Statistics for 2020

The covid-19 pandemic increased consumer complaints substantially. There was nearly a 54% increase in consumer complaints from 2019 to 2020. Detailed Consumer Statistics Beginning in

Motor Vehicle Collisions
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What Are the Dangers of Speeding?

Speeding remains one of the most common causes of severe and fatal automobile collisions in North Carolina. Even drunk driving and distracted driving collisions also

Motor Vehicle Collisions
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The Dangers of Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is not only careless and selfish, but it is also very dangerous. It can take a driver’s eyes off the road, which can

New Office Location

Maginnis Howard is excited to announce that our firm is moving from our office location on Glenwood Avenue in Raleigh to a new office building

Consumer Law
Parrish McLeod

North Carolina TCPA Restrictions

The primary purpose of the TCPA is to limit the number of nuisance calls from solicitors, but it is also about the consumer’s right to

Motor Vehicle Collisions
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Seat Belt Safety Statistics

Seatbelts can help to save lives. They are important safety features that, like air bags, help to protect a driver or passenger in a collision

Motor Vehicle Collisions
Parrish McLeod

Distracted Driving Statistics (2020)

Distracted driving is defined as any non-driving activity that a driver engages in while behind the wheel. Since the invention of the car and other motorized

Personal Injury
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2020 Wake County Safety Performance

The N.C. Department of Transportation (NCDOT) determines safety performance by a measure of the state’s fatality rate, which is the total number of statewide fatalities

Consumer Law
Parrish McLeod

Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) FAQs

The Fair Credit Reporting Act exists to ensure that you receive fair and accurate consumer reporting and that your privacy as a consumer is protected.

Consumer Law
Parrish McLeod

Free Weekly Credit Reports Extended

Yesterday, the three major credit bureaus, Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion said in a statement that they will continue to offer consumers free credit reports on a weekly basis