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Raleigh Small Business Civil Litigation Attorney

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The Raleigh civil litigation attorneys of Maginnis Law represent a variety of small to medium size businesses. The law firm’s clients include companies involved in construction, staffing, international trade, automobile ...

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Raleigh Inverse Condemnation Attorney and Wake County Eminent Domain Lawyer

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Condemnation is the process whereby the government initiates lawful proceedings for the taking of private property. In North Carolina, this is done utilizing the proceedings outlined by Chapters 40A and 136 of the General ...

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Raleigh Civil Appeals Attorney and North Carolina Appellate Lawyer

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Despite their best efforts, trial judges occasionally make mistakes. In such situations, it may be prudent for a litigant to file a civil appeal with the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Pursuant to Rule 3 of the North ...

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North Carolina Car Accident Undisplaced Fracture Injury

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Automobile collisions cause a variety of orthopedic injuries. Many are a result of the whiplash action of a motorist’s spine, while others are caused by blunt force trauma to the back, neck, or limbs. Undisplaced fractures ...

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Eminent Domain Takings by Private Condemnors Under North Carolina Law

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The right to exercise eminent domain authority and take private property for public use is not limited to state and local governments. Chapter 40A of the North Carolina General Statutes permits certain private condemnors to ...

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North Carolina Lawsuits Against Debt Buyers and Collection Agencies Seeking to Collect on Old Debt

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Many individuals receive calls from collection agencies that have purchased debt from creditors or other commercial collection agencies.  These debt buyers purchase old debt for pennies on the dollar hoping to collect on ...

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Raleigh Land Condemnation Attorney and Eminent Domain Lawyer

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The phrase “eminent domain” describes a government’s right to take private land. Under the United States constitution, no governmental authority may exercise their eminent domain rights unless the private land will be ...

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Attorney Fees in North Carolina Business Contracts

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North Carolina has traditionally limited recovery of attorney fees in business contracts to certain limited circumstances, even if the contract allowed for the recovery of attorney fees in the event of a dispute or litigation ...

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Valuing Automobile Accident Settlement Offers Pursuant to North Carolina Personal Injury Law

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If you have sustained a personal injury in a North Carolina automobile accident, you are entitled to file a third-party liability claim against the responsible driver’s automobile insurance company. The insurance company ...

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Obtaining Relief from Default Judgments under North Carolina Law

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The North Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure require a defendant in a civil lawsuit to file an answer or other responsive pleading, such as a motion to dismiss, within thirty days after service of a complaint and summons. If ...

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