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  • Endorsements for Judicial Races

    On November 8, voters will elect a judge to the North Carolina Supreme Court and five judges to the North Carolina Court of Appeals, shaping our judicial system for years to come.  Now more than ever, we need fair and independent judges, committed to equal justice for all. Judicial races are listed as “Nonpartisan Offices” ...Read More

  • Attorney fees question when getting a new attorney (Answered on

    Q: Will my mother have to pay her lawyer before she can hire another one? : A year and two months ago my mother had something happen at a major hospital that resulted in her having to have a finger amputated and more major surgery. 3 times I was told to plan her funeral. She ...Read More

  • Out of State Medical Liens

    I’ve written before on  Medical Liens in North Carolina. These liens allow a hospital or doctor or other health care provider to place a lien on any settlement that an injured person may get from a third-party. If a company has a valid lien in North Carolina, the attorney can’t give that money to their ...Read More

  • Riding with Drunks

    There are a lot of public awareness campaigns on driving while intoxicated, but less emphasis has been placed on riding with an intoxicated individual. Aside from the physical danger, the choice to ride with an obvious drunk can have serious effects on any potential lawsuit the passenger may have. North Carolina still retains the old ...Read More