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Types of Co-ownership of Real Property in North Carolina

March 23, 2023

Two or more people often own real property, such as a residence, a business location, or a parcel of undeveloped land.  The co-owners may be spouses, relatives, friends, or business partners.  In some situations, they have no relationship other than as co-owners of the property. Three types of co-ownership of real property are recognized in […]

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Examples of When You Need A Good Real Estate Lawyer

March 9, 2023

Buying real estate is probably one of the biggest investments you will make, and usually a fun and exciting one. Obviously, you want the process to go smoothly. You probably know that hiring a good real estate agent is important, and it’s easy to have your real estate agent recommend a lawyer with whom they […]

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Discovery in Personal Injury Cases

February 23, 2023

The most crucial pre-trial activity in many personal injury cases is discovery. Discovery is the formal process by which the plaintiff and the defendant legally demand and obtain information related to the case from each other and other witnesses. Discovery can be complicated, time-consuming, and expensive. But when used effectively, it can play a significant […]

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5 Steps to Take if You are in a Rear-End Collision

February 9, 2023 police car

With rear-end collisions being the most common car accident, you are probably familiar with them or may have even experienced one. Rear-end collisions occur when a vehicle crashes into another car directly in front of it. These accidents are generally the fault of the last vehicle in the collision. Most law enforcement officers will cite […]

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Non-economic and Future Damages in Personal Injury Actions

January 26, 2023 Personal Injury law book and gavel

To succeed in a personal injury action, a plaintiff must prove two things by a “preponderance of the evidence” – that they are more likely than not. Of course, the plaintiff must first prove that the defendant is legally responsible (“liable”) for their injuries. That proof is often based on evidence that the defendant’s failure […]

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7 Questions To Ask Your Personal Injury Attorney

January 12, 2023

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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Recovering Punitive Damages in Personal Injury Cases

December 22, 2022

The primary purpose of every personal injury case is to allow a plaintiff who proves that they were injured by the wrongful acts of a defendant to recover money, known as “compensatory damages,” from the defendant. Compensatory damages are intended to restore the plaintiff to the position they would have occupied if not for the […]

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How to Keep Your Home Safe During the Holiday Season

November 15, 2022

As the holidays are around the corner, we want to share some essential facts to help keep you safe during the holiday season. Did you know Thanksgiving is considered the most dangerous holiday? That’s due mainly to the number of cars on the road. Yet, some understated injuries can happen during Thanksgiving, such as burns, […]

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What You Need To Know About HOA Covenants

November 17, 2022

A North Carolina homeowner association (“HOA”) is an organization (most are non-profit corporations) that oversees the management of, and makes and enforces rules applicable to home ownership in, a planned residential community.  Purchasers of homes in a North Carolina HOA community automatically become “members” of the HOA; there is no “opting out”.  And as members […]

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Workers’ Compensation Terms You Should Know

October 27, 2022

Workers’ compensation is a form of no-fault insurance employers provides to their employees. This coverage provides wage replacement and medical benefits to an employee who is injured or becomes disabled due to employment in substitution for the employee’s right to sue the employer for negligence. Here are some terms you should know if you are […]

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