Suspicious Nursing Home Injuries Warrant Investigation

May 17th, 2018 | Posted in Medical Negligence, Nursing Home Abuse, Personal Injury, Personal Injury & Medical Malpractice

Nursing homes play a vital role as North Carolina’s population continues to age. The state’s 427 nursing homes provide 24-hour medical care and attention to over 30,000 residents, relieving family members of the stress of taking care of their relatives all on their own. When you take your loved one to a nursing home, you …Read More

Common Home and Office Supplies Pose Burn Hazards

April 9th, 2018 | Posted in Products Liability

Product recalls for April 2018 are off to a fast start, with many products pulled from the marketplace because they are burn hazards. These unreasonably dangerous products can leave consumers with devastating burn injuries and should be avoided. If you have been burned by a product, either at home or at work, you might be …Read More

Modifying Child Support

April 3rd, 2018 | Posted in Child Support, Family Law

Even the most conscientious parents sometimes struggle to pay child support. Life rarely stands still, and you might be surprised to find yourself unemployed or sick. Can you halt or reduce your child support payments, at least temporarily? The short answer is, “Yes,” but you must be careful to follow the rules. Parents who stop …Read More

State of Emergency and Alcohol Sales.

September 8th, 2017 | Posted in Uncategorized

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

July 17th, 2017 | Posted in Uncategorized

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