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North Carolina Car Accident Personal Injury Occurring While Working

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North Carolina employment injuries typically must be handled as workers compensation claims.  Unless one of a very few exceptions apply, the employee may not bring his or her claim against the employer as a civil lawsuit ...

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Premises Liability Slip and Fall Personal Injury Claims in North Carolina

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North Carolina law requires business and land owners to keep their property safe and secure from dangerous conditions. If you suffer a personal injury because of someone’s failure to remove or protect against such a ...

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Personal Injury Compensation for Back and Neck Soft Tissue Injuries – Strains and Sprains – Following a Car Accident

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The most common type of personal injury following a North Carolina car accident is a strain or sprain. These so-called soft tissue injuries can occur at any point along your spine but most frequently occur between your neck ...

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Recovering Personal Injury Damages in North Carolina for Pedestrians Hit By Cars

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Personal injuries suffered by pedestrians struck by moving automobiles are often catastrophic in nature. Unfortunately, it can be more difficult to prove the liability of a car driver for a personal injury caused to someone ...

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Retainage in North Carolina Public Construction Projects

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In public construction projects, subcontractors occasionally have trouble receiving payment from general contractors who blame a failure to pay on the amount of retainage retained by the owner. Retainage is payment withheld ...

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Recovering Automobile Accident Personal Injury Damages When Injured While Driving a Borrowed Car

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If you are injured in an automobile accident while driving a borrowed car, you may be entitled to recover your personal injury damages under multiple automobile insurance policies. The personal injury lawyers of Maginnis Law, ...

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Time Limits In Filing an Automobile Personal Injury Law Suit Under North Carolina’s Statute of Limitations

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One of the most common questions from personal injury victims following an automobile collision is whether there is a time limit to file suit against the negligent driver. North Carolina’s “statute of limitations” gives ...

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Employee and Tenant Exposure to Toxic Black Mold

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Stachybotrys chartarum, the so-called “black mold,” has increasingly been connected to health complications in those exposed to the toxic mold at home and at work. Symptoms and conditions linked to black mold include: ...

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Recovering Amounts Beyond The Policy Limits of Negligent Underinsured Drivers

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If you are injured in a serious car accident, your damages will often exceed the limits of liability coverage in the at-fault driver’s insurance policy. If this happens, his or her insurance company can “tender” the ...

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Recovery on Hit and Runs and Against Uninsured Drivers

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After the typical car accident in North Carolina the drivers will speak with one another (and usually a police officer) and exchange automobile insurance information. However, in some cases the at-fault driver will have ...

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