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Latest Blog Posts

  • JUUUUUST a bit outside…

    It seems to be common knowledge, at least among regular patrons, that foul balls and wild throws commonly are hit into the crowd at any baseball game. Does this mean the owner of the ballpark has no responsibility for the safety of its fans? In North Carolina, owners of ballparks are under same general duty ...Read More

  • Who to Sue in a Car Wreck.

    People who have been in a car wreck oftentimes ask me (or just assume without asking) that I am going to file suit against the at-fault driver’s insurance company. The short answer is “no, unless…” In a typical car wreck case, the at-fault driver will have at least the minimum amount of insurance required by ...Read More

  • New Radical Legislation

    Next week, the House will vote on a series of bills that will make it difficult – if not impossible — for Americans harmed by large corporate misconduct to seek justice in our nation’s courts. These anti-civil justice bills are: H.R. 1215, the “Protecting Access to Care Act,” which undermines state law and eliminates the ...Read More

  • Tenant’s Rights in Foreclosure UPDATE

    I have previously written about the protection tenants have when their landlord gets foreclosed on their rental property. The main protection for renters was the federal law entitled “Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act of 2009.” Unfortunately, that law expired on December 31, 2014 and a new federal law has not been passed to take its ...Read More