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North Carolina Car Accident Personal Injury Statute of Limitations

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Whenever a person has a potential civil claim, North Carolina law will provide a time limit within which that claim has to be filed with the Court.  This time limit is called the “statute of limitations.”  Failure to ...

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Raleigh Automobile Negligence Attorney | North Carolina Car Wreck Claim Lawyer

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If you have been injured in an automobile accident, you may have been told that you have a “claim.”  Many injured North Carolinians use this term without really understanding what it means.  All they know is that the ...

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Types of North Carolina Auto Insurance Coverage

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By statute, most automobile insurance policies in North Carolina are relatively standardized.  N.C.G.S. § 20-279.21 provides the minimum types and amounts of coverage that must be offered and/or provided.  Other coverages, ...

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Restaurant and Bar Liability under North Carolina Dram Shop Act

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As the response time of a drunk driver is appreciably slowed, they are often unable to apply their brakes or take evasive maneuvers to prevent or minimize a collision.  As a result, drunken driving accidents can be ...

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Whether to Give a Recorded Statement to an Insurance Adjuster Following a North Carolina Personal Injury

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With negligence cases involving obvious fault, such as where a drunk driver runs a stop sign and causes a T-Bone collision, the insurance adjuster is not likely to conduct much of an investigation.  If, however, there is an ...

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Attorneys Representing Hit and Run Victims

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Most people find that the automobile accident claims process is quite frustrating.  From negotiating with unsympathetic insurance adjusters to dealing with aggressive bill collectors, it is not a pleasant experience.  It ...

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Underinsured Motorist Coverage and Insurance Company’s Subrogation Rights | Wood v. Nunnery

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Standard North Carolina automobile insurance policies contain a number of different types of coverage. One of the more important is underinsured motorist coverage (UIM). The North Carolina Court of Appeals recently decided an ...

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Raleigh Automobile Accident Attorneys

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If you have been injured in a serious automobile accident due to the negligence of another driver, you are entitled to file a personal injury claim against his or her automobile insurance company. Unfortunately, not all ...

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Garner Automobile Accident Attorney | Personal Injury Lawyer

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Typically, the process after a North Carolina automobile accident is uncharted territory, and you are not sure what to do. For smaller claims, it may be possible to “learn on the go” and negotiate a fair settlement with ...

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Raleigh Crosswalk Auto Accident Attorney

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Automobile accidents involving pedestrians are often more complicated than those involving two vehicles. In part, this is a result of North Carolina’s unforgiving contributory negligence rule. This outdated legal principle ...

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