Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney
Charles William Bill Grandy is a native North Carolinian. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1980 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. He then attended Wake Forest University Law School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where he received his Juris Doctor in 1983. Bill Grandy has served as an arbitrator for the Mecklenburg County Bar Association and is a member of the Academy of Trial Lawyers of America, the North Carolina Advocates For Justice and the Mecklenburg County Trial Lawyers Association. He resides in Charlotte with his wife and three children. They are active members of the Central Church of God in Charlotte.
North Carolina Bar Association, Member
Mecklenburg County Trial Lawyers Association, Member
Mecklenburg County Bar Association, Member
Academy of Trial Lawyers of America, Member
North Carolina Advocates For Justice, Member
What a Workers’ Comp Attorney Can Do for You
Legal representation is the last thing that many workers consider when they are injured. Indeed, most workers are concerned with getting well as soon as possible so that they get back to work to provide for their families...
Traumatic Brain Injuries a Real Problem in U.S.
Traumatic brain injuries affect thousands of American families. According to data collected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 1.7 million individuals suffer from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) every year. TBI issues are widespread, and there are a few essential pieces of information victims and their families should be aware of...
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s New CSA Initiative
Since the pilot began more than 18 months ago, commercial carriers had been adapting their internal processes and developing new measurement technologies to meet the requirements of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA)...
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Medical Marijuana DUI: Court Rules Prosecutors Must Prove Drivers "Under the Influence"
Discussing the Michigan Supreme Court's recent decision in Peo v Koon which states that medical marijuana users must be "under the influence" before being convicted of OWI.
by Jared Austin