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Police Officer Liability for High Speed Chase Collisions

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The internet is full of videos of police officers involved in high speed chases of criminals. Unfortunately, many of them lead to serious accidents that cause law-abiding, innocent citizens serious injuries. If a police ...

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Slip and Fall Personal Injuries Caused by Inadequate Lighting | Raleigh Stairway Fall Attorney

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Slip and falls are among the more common varieties of personal injury cases. Although many of these accidents lead to relatively minor injuries such as sprained knees and ankles, others can cause serious problems including ...

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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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Raleigh Bus Accident Attorney | Durham Municipal Bus Lawyer

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Even passengers of large motor vehicles such as municipal buses can sustain serious personal injury. If you have been hurt as a result of a negligent bus driver or an operator of another automobile, contact the Raleigh bus ...

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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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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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Raleigh Slip and Fall Attorney

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The phrase “slip and fall claim” aptly describes situations where a visitor falls and injures him or herself because of a hazard ignored by a land or business owner. It is simply a particular type of negligence claim. The ...

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Raleigh Carbon Monoxide Exposure Civil Litigation Attorneys

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North Carolina landlords renting residential properties with a fossil-fuel burning heater, appliance, or fireplace, or one that has an attached garage, must provide a carbon monoxide detector. If you or a family member has ...

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Subcontractor Recovery Against Surety on Payment Bond

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Subcontractors on public projects and some private projects may be able to look past the general contractor, first tier sub-contractor, or even the developer who fails to make required payments under their construction ...

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