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Legal Terms: A Personal Injury Glossary

August 9, 2017 personal injury terms

Legal terms can be a bit confusing, especially if you’re in the middle of a personal injury case. You shouldn’t have to go to law school to know what we are talking about, so we created your very own Personal Injury (PI) Glossary.

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Why You Should Use a Lawyer Instead of an Online Site for Your Will

May 19, 2017 will

We know you’ve seen or heard about websites that offer do-it-yourself legal services. Maybe you’ve met someone who can set you up with a Will for a low cost. You’ve weighed your options: pay for a lawyer or complete a much cheaper online template? We’ll admit it can be tempting, but with those savings comes a bit of a headache. Here’s why we suggest choosing a lawyer over an online service for your North Carolina Will.

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Figure Out Estate Planning During a Free Seminar on Living Trusts

May 15, 2017

Do you have questions about Living Trusts and estate planning? Kelly & West will be hosting a free Living Trust Seminar May 23 and May 24.

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7 Common Legal Terms Explained

April 27, 2017 legal terms

Ask anyone around you and they’re sure to say that lawyers have their own language. Often we forget that while we use this type of language every day, our clients are oftentimes unfamiliar with these terms and are hearing these words for the first time. If you have a court case, here are some terms you may hear.

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What Is Med Pay And How Does It Work?

April 18, 2017 med pay coverage

Med pay insurance, or medical pay insurance, will pay any medical expense for you or any passengers in your vehicle in the case of an auto accident or related injury no matter who is at fault. Auto insurance is confusing, but this is a good option to include on your policy. If you are a business owner, this should definitely be part of your policy because med pay protects your employees as well.

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Why It’s Time to Talk About Creating an Advanced Driving Directive

March 28, 2017 advanced driving directive, keys

According AAA, accidents increase after the age of 65, and fatal accidents, in particular, are more likely to occur after 75. For the sake of both the aging driver and others on the road, it is paramount that you sit down now and discuss what to do if and when it’s time for a member of the family to put down the keys, and who will be in charge of leading that talk.

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7 Questions To Ask Your Personal Injury Attorney

September 11, 2020

Serious injuries are likely to come without warning. If you or someone you know is injured due to the fault of someone else, you might feel confused about how to proceed with a case and how to get prepared. After getting immediate medical help, your next step should be speaking with an experienced Personal Injury Attorney. During that first meeting with an attorney, you probably have questions of your own. But here are seven that should be on your list.

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Legal Help at 3 a.m.

February 22, 2017

If you aren’t ready to talk to us or if it’s after hours, you can still get help with your legal questions.

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When Should You Begin Estate Planning?

February 12, 2017 estate planning

Estate planning may seem like one of those things you can do “later.” But in truth, it’s never too early to begin thinking about your estate. Life happens, and anything could happen to you or a loved one sooner than expected. The sooner you can sort out your affairs for your surviving family members the better.

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8 Questions about Creating a Will in North Carolina

January 4, 2017 will and trust

Creating a Will is something many people put off. We don’t want to think about what happens after we die, and we always think we have more time to get our Will done. This New Year’s, it’s time to make a resolution: get your Will done as soon as possible in 2017. Creating a Will with your attorney is easier and probably less expensive than you think. We often hear questions about the process, so here are some of the most frequent questions along with answers.

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