We are often asked if a person really needs a Will. The answer is “yes, without a doubt.”
Making a successful claim arising from what the law calls a “premises liability case” that is more commonly referred to as a “slip and fall case” in North Carolina is not an easy task.
If a vehicle is a North Carolina insured vehicle that has been repaired and the repairs exceed 25% of its value, North Carolina law requires that the collision be reported on your motor vehicle title.
People do not realize than in addition, most wildlife violations cause a revocation of your hunting or fishing license for a period of one year.
Our traffic and criminal law attorneys in Wendell and Raleigh, NC get this question often: will a speeding ticket increase my insurance rates?
Do you have a viable defense prepared for your traffic ticket case? Our Raleigh criminal lawyers offer useful advice on building a defense.
Our criminal lawyers in Raleigh explain the process of expungement and whether it would make sense for your case.
If you’ve received a traffic ticket (speeding ticket, moving violation, etc.) in or around Wake County, you may be wondering if it is worth your time to go to court and fight the ticket or to simply pay the fine.
Does eminent domain and land condemnation mean the same thing in North Carolina? Our attorneys in Wendell, NC explain.
If you are in need of a personal injury attorney in Raleigh, here are some important questions to ask so you know you have chosen the best personal injury lawyer for your case.