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Personal Injury

Personal injury lawsuits in North Carolina are subject to a filing deadline that is known as the statute of limitations. The statute of limitations sets a deadline after which parties in a dispute may no longer initiate legal proceedings. The length of time allowed under a statute of limitations varies…

You have a limited amount of time to file a lawsuit if you are injured by someone else’s carelessness or misconduct, and their insurance company refuses to compensate you for your medical bills and other losses. North Carolina’s statute of limitations for filing personal injury claims is generally three years…

Recently, one of our partners was meeting with a client about an accident case when the client received a phone call. The unsolicited call was from a call center called “The Accident Resource Center” that was allegedly offering to help the client find medical care and legal representation. The client…

There may be many reasons why a city – a municipal government – may be responsible for a person’s injury. Someone may slip and fall on a wet floor in a city building or on an uneven sidewalk at a city park. A city employee might cause a car accident….

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…

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….

Motorists who do not comply with North Carolina’s “Move Over” law requiring drivers to change lanes or slow down when approaching roadside emergency responders should know that the penalty for violating this traffic law increased significantly as of December 1, 2019, if a violation causes a serious accident. The Move Over…

Now that traditional calendar schools are starting a new year, it is important for parents and kids alike to pay attention to important back to school safety tips. Whether your children ride a school bus, walk to school, ride a bike, or are old enough to drive to high school…

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