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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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Release of All Claims and Covenant Not to Enforce Judgment | North Carolina Underinsured Motorist Coverage Attorneys

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The standard automobile insurance policy in North Carolina contains many different kinds of insurance coverage.  Among those are liability coverage and underinsured motorist (UIM) coverage.  These insurance coverages ...

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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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Recovering Personal Injury Compensation for Assault | Raleigh Battery Attorneys

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Civil litigation is the legal process by which one party, the plaintiff, files a lawsuit against another party, the defendant, for money damages. The vast majority of lawsuits involve negligence or contractual relationships. ...

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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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Lawsuits against Cities and Counties | Sovereign Immunity under North Carolina Law

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Just like corporations, governmental entities can be responsible for mistakes that cause serious personal injury, property damage, or financial loss. Regrettably, governmental entities in North Carolina are by default immune ...

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North Carolina Punitive Damages Law

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You are probably familiar with the phrase “punitive damages,” but you may not quite understand what it means and the types of cases where such damages are available. In North Carolina, the majority of controlling law is ...

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North Carolina Cable Piracy Lawyer for Federal Anti-Piracy Lawsuits Under 47 U.S.C. § 553 and 47 U.S.C. § 605

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Under the Communications Act of 1934 (47 U.S.C. § 605), it is illegal to publicize or use communications, such as pay-per-view cable television broadcasts, without authority to do so. A similar statute, The Cable & ...

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