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Civil Battery and Self-Defense in North Carolina | Assault Personal Injury Attorney

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There are many types of “personal injury” cases and nearly all involve negligent, as opposed to intentional, conduct.  The main exception is a civil battery claim.  To prove a personal injury battery claim under North ...

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Unauthorized Practice of Law by a Corporation, LLC, or S-Corp

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When a corporation, LLC, or S-Corp is involved in a lawsuit, can an agent appear in court on the corporation’s behalf? The answer in North Carolina is no. North Carolina General Statute § 84-5 provides that a corporation ...

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Raleigh Motorcycle Accident Injury Attorney | North Carolina Motorcycle Collision Lawyer

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The harsh truth is that while people are sometimes able to miraculously walk away from even the nastiest of automobile collisions without serious injuries, this is not typically the case with motorcycle wrecks.  A human body ...

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North Carolina Workers Compensation Death Benefit Attorney | Employment Related Death Lawyer

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The loss of a loved one is a devastating, life-changing event.  For those dependent on the deceased family member, it can mean immediate financial difficulties along with the obvious emotional trauma.  If you have lost a ...

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“Special Damages” and Negotiating North Carolina Personal Injury Claim with Automobile Insurance Adjusters

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If you have been involved in an automobile accident in which the other driver was at-fault, you will soon be receiving a call or letter from his or her insurance company.  The insurance adjuster will likely apologize for the ...

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Negligent Entrustment of Guns | Raleigh Personal Injury Lawyers

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The majority of personal injury lawsuits involve negligence, as opposed to any type of intentional conduct. This is not always the case, though, as serious injuries are sometimes the result of an assault. In these cases, ...

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Dog Bites and the Raleigh City Code | Wake County Animal Attack Attorney

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North Carolina has a high standard for establishing that the owner of a dog is responsible for injuries caused by the animal. A plaintiff must show “(1) that the animal was dangerous, vicious, mischievous, or ferocious, or ...

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Enforceability of Arbitration Clauses in North Carolina Employment Contracts

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Companies employing skilled labor such as doctors, engineers, and architects frequently include arbitration clauses in their employment agreements. The benefit to the employer is that arbitration is typically less expensive ...

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Delays in Construction Contracts: Wake County Construction Litigation Attorney

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In North Carolina residential and commercial construction contracts, it is extremely common for there to be frustration stemming from delays in the performance under the contract.  In construction litigation, “time is ...

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Raleigh Commercial Eviction Attorney | Wake County Summary Ejectment Lawyer

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Investing in commercial real estate is a major financial risk, and when tenants fail to pay rent, it can be critical to remove them from the property as quickly as possible. For a variety of reasons, self-help is typically ...

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