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Latest Blog Posts

  • State of Emergency and Alcohol Sales.

    Hurricane Irma is barreling toward North Carolina and I urge everyone to be prepared. The Red Cross has good information on how to be well-prepared. One issue of “preparation” I have heard from multiple sources for this hurricane is how you won’t be able to buy any alcohol when a hurricane is about to hit ...Read More

  • The Role of Judges is not Easy

    In doing some research today, which may also lead to another blog post in the future, I ran across this aside from the Court of Appeals in 2006. Judge Joe R. John, writing for the Court of Appeals took the time after a lengthy written and well reasoned legal opinion on the liability or lack ...Read More

  • What is Pain and Suffering?

    In a motor vehicle wreck case, or any other negligence case, there are several areas of damages that an injured person can recover. They can recover their medical bills; their future medical bills; their loss of use of a body party; their lost wages if they missed work; and pain and suffering. “Pain and suffering” ...Read More

  • 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