If you get into a car accident, you, of course, want to make sure the at-fault driver’s insurance pays for damage and medical bills. At the outset of your case, you may hear about contributory negligence versus comparative negligence. What do those terms mean, and why does it matter in your case?Read more
Nursing homes are hitting the news this year, including a case of abuse here in Lillington. As people read about this and as our population ages, more people are asking about long-term care facilities. According to the CDC, more than 4 million Americans are admitted to or reside in nursing homes and skilled nursing facilities each year. Nearly one million people live in assisted living facilities.Read more
Worker’s compensation is there when you get hurt at work. But applying for this payment is not the easiest process. A lot of people get hurt or sick due to work and later ask about workers’ compensation only to find out they don’t qualify — but only because of the timing or some other error.Read more
Most attorneys are committed to helping their clients navigate a complex system. Have you heard any of these misconceptions about lawyers?Read more
Typically, when we think about accidents between a vehicle and a pedestrian, we assume the driver is probably at fault. However, from a legal standpoint, that is not always the case. There are times when the pedestrian is at fault or assumes at least partial responsibility in a vehicle-pedestrian accident.Read more
If you find yourself in a motorcycle accident and are injured, go to the hospital and get the necessary medical treatment and take photos of your injuries as soon as possible. It is best not to discuss how the accident occurred with the insurance adjuster.Read more
If you have multiple driving violations, you will begin to hear about either a license suspension or revocation. Both of these punishments occur due to reckless or irresponsible driving.Read more
When Reggie Kelly and Thomas West opened their Lillington law practice 38 years ago, neither guessed they’d be in business so long. Our team is proud and thrilled to be celebrating 37 years in business this month!
We love helping people get through tricky situations, and we’re flattered to have been in business this long. It means we’re doing something right. This year we’ve seen some growth in our staff.
Thank you to our incredible friends for your support and business through the years. We look forward to many more to come!