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We often hear from prospective clients that they “aren’t the type to sue,” but they are meeting with us because they believe they have been wrongly injured by someone, and they’ll face financial harm if they don’t do something. That is really why you should speak to a personal injury…

Many people have difficulty reaching the decision to get a divorce, even when it’s the right thing to do. It represents a huge loss. Some people consider divorce a personal failing, though in fact it’s a positive step in many situations. Anyone considering divorce is right to take the time…

RSU in Divorce Many companies in the Triangle offer shares of restricted stock to attract and retain employees. The restricted stock units, or RSUs, are redeemable after the employee has worked at the company a certain number of years or met certain performance goals. The value of RSUs can become…

Every year, millions of people slip and fall in accidents and hurt themselves. One out of five falls causes a serious injury, such as a broken bone or a head injury. Falls are the most common cause of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) and cause 95% of hip fractures. Both brain…

Parents in North Carolina may have questions about whether to replace their child’s safety seat after a car accident. Faced with many childcare expenses, some parents may be reluctant to spend money on a replacement if the car seat doesn’t appear to be damaged. Experts say car seats that are…

It costs $200 just to file a Superior Court lawsuit in North Carolina, and that doesn’t even count the cost of getting the summons served, paying court reporters to transcribe depositions, or paying doctors and expert witnesses for their time in testifying. That can add up to thousands of dollars….

As Congress debated a COVID-19 relief package at the end of 2020, you may have heard that a sticking point was the Senate leader’s insistence on providing liability protection to ensure that businesses could not be sued if customers or employees contracted COVID-19 from exposure to the virus on their premises….

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