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Nonpayment of Overtime to Mortgage Loan Officers

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Employers are required to pay their employees overtime for any hours worked over 40 each week. North Carolina and Federal law allow for exemptions from the rules for certain employees. Many companies wrongfully attempt to ...

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North Carolina Automobile Accident Medical Liens

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Do you need an attorney who can handle, explain, and negotiate medical liens in personal injury cases? For many automobile accident cases, the “anchor” of the damages is the plaintiff’s medical bills. That is, your ...

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North Carolina Civil Conversion Claim Attorney

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North Carolina law provides a number of civil claims that entitle a plaintiff to sue a party that has acted wrongfully. Among the more common and understandable claims is conversion, which is essentially a civil claim for ...

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Governmental Immunity in North Carolina and the Distinction between Proprietary and Governmental Functions

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North Carolina is a difficult state in which to file a negligence lawsuit. Aside from the harsh contributory negligence rule, there are a host of other provisions which tend to treat the victim as the bad guy. Among those ...

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North Carolina’s Attractive Nuisance Doctrine | Liability for Injuries Off-Premises

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Premises liability is the area of law that permits recovery of money damages when one is injured by an unsafe condition on another person’s property. An interesting aspect of premises liability law is the “attractive ...

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Life Insurance Misrepresentation Under North Carolina Law

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You purchased a life insurance policy to ensure that their families are financially cared for when they pass away. The life insurance policy is a contract whereby you pay your premium and, in exchange, the life insurer pays ...

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Raleigh Federal Court Litigation Attorney | Eastern District of North Carolina Lawyer

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Within North Carolina there are two court systems – federal and state. North Carolina state courts are “courts of general jurisdiction” whereas the federal courts only have jurisdiction over certain kinds of disputes. ...

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Mandatory Mediation in North Carolina Superior Court Cases

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The North Carolina trial courts are separated into two divisions, District Court and Superior Court. Before filing any civil lawsuit, Plaintiff’s counsel must decide the better division in which to litigate his or her ...

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Workplace Injuries When Employer Has Failed to Purchase Workers Compensation Insurance

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Each year, thousands of North Carolina businesses illegally fail to purchase Workers Compensation insurance and thereby place their employees at risk of catastrophic loss. The problem was discussed at length by the News and ...

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Raleigh Negligence Attorney | Wake County Personal Injury Lawyer

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To be successful in any lawsuit, you generally must have a case which fits some valid, applicable “cause of action.” Examples of recognized causes of action include fraud, breach of contract, unfair and deceptive trade ...

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