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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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What Damages Can a Business Recover in a North Carolina Breach of Contract Lawsuit

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It should come as no surprise to North Carolina business owners that in a breach of contract dispute, a party can recover funds which are due and owing to the company under the contract.  There are, however, some additional ...

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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 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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Problems with Construction Liens in Oral Agreements with Contractors, Subcontractors, Homeowners and Businesses

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Another reason for contractors to have express written contracts in their agreements with homeowners, businesses, general contractors, and subcontractors: Although you still may be able to recover for the work performed, ...

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No Health Insurance Car Accident Personal Injury Compensation

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If you have no health insurance, more and more car accident victims are being held personally liable for resulting doctors’ bills. Many claimants are being forced to choose between the lesser of two evils: a quick but low ...

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Contributory Negligence Holds on for Dear Life in NC

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As this is a blog about North Carolina law, it probably makes sense to talk occasionally about issues which are different in North Carolina from most states. For example, North Carolina is one of the few states which states ...

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Internet Trolls Beware … You Are Not Alone

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Perhaps unfortunately for me, my website and blog have my name, picture, and even my dog’s name, so it’s not exactly a forum for me to act anonymously. So, mailman who keeps leaving my mail on our fence instead of in the ...

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