If you’re wondering whether or not you can receive worker’s compensation if you contracted COVID-19 on the job, then this article will give you a clearer understanding.
If you or someone you know becomes injured during a protest, it’s important to understand who can be held liable. You should also know what important steps to take after an injury if you wish to file a personal injury lawsuit.
Even if you’ve had certain charges dropped off of your criminal record, they can still affect your life in a negative way. Learn about expungement in North Carolina.
Has COVID-19 caused your eminent domain case to drag out? We’re sharing what you can do to move forward.
With the increase in protests and demonstrations, our attorneys in Raleigh are looking at how your gun rights are affected and what you legally can and can’t do.
Our estate planning attorneys are sharing what you need to know to prepare a will and power of attorney during COVID-19.
New changes to NC expungement laws allow more people the opportunity to clean their record. Learn more about expungement laws taking effect in December 2020.
Changes to the Glenwood Avenue section of Highway 70 near Crabtree Valley Mall will relieve congestion and many hazards due to Raleigh’s growing population.
In light of the Supreme Court Justice’s latest mandate, during the COVID-19 crisis, many documents can be signed under penalty of perjury, without the necessity of a notary which enables us to offer even greater protection for us and our clients.
Work on highway 70 near Durham will likely affect many business owners and landowners. If you’re wondering about eminent domain during this construction process, read this blog to learn more.