Riding a motorcycle can be an exhilarating experience, offering a sense of freedom and adventure that few other modes of transportation can match. While motorcycles offer countless thrills, they also come with a unique set of dangers. Unlike occupants of cars and trucks, motorcyclists lack the protective shell of a vehicle, leaving them more vulnerable […]
In the bustling city of Raleigh, North Carolina, the skyline is ever-evolving, marked by towering cranes and scaffolding that signify growth and progress. As construction projects thrive, so does the need for vigilant workplace safety practices. At Kirk, Kirk Law, criminal defense attorneys in Raleigh, NC, we understand the paramount importance of safety in the […]
In the world of personal injury law, securing a settlement for your injuries is often a hard-fought victory. It’s the compensation you rightfully deserve for the pain, suffering, and financial losses you’ve endured. However, as you prepare to receive your settlement, an important question looms: Are personal injury settlements taxable in North Carolina? Navigating the […]
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.
Learn about how bike expansion measures in Raleigh could affect your property or increase the volume of bicycle accidents around the city.
Learn the difference between medical negligence vs medical malpractice and how these can affect your case.
Personal injury cases were fairly simple in years past. In October 2011 however, a new law (Billed vs. Paid) enacted means that things are no longer as simple as they used to be. Looking to find out what your personal injury case is worth? Find out here what your case is worth and how 30+ years of Noth Carolina Law experience can help!
What Jane had not understood was that the Workers’ Comp carrier had filed an answer to her notice of accident with the North Carolina Industrial Commission and accepted her wrist injury but had only agreed to pay for her back treatment without prejudice to their right to decline to accept that injury as part of her claim.
You have been hurt in an automobile accident and it is not your fault. What are you entitled to recover?
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.