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Many people are under the impression that all legal matters end up in the courtroom. Countless TV shows and movies reinforce this belief through dramatic scenes...

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Dog bites can be serious injuries. And yet, a number of people simply seek treatment for the injury and then try to get on with their lives. Many dog bite victi...

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Consumers rely on a wide variety of products every day. When you use a product for its intended purpose, you have a right to expect that it will work properly a...

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Workers on construction sites are at risk for a wide variety of injuries. Some of these injuries, such as minor cuts and bruises, can often be treated with firs...

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North Carolina is one of the very few states where the principle of contributory negligence applies in personal injury claims. Unlike comparative negligence (th...

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Product defects frequently dominate the news. Amid the headlines about the latest dangerous item in our lives, it can be difficult for consumers to know their l...

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Usually, dogs are loving and faithful animal companions. However, if they feel threatened or frightened, a dog can quickly become aggressive. One of the most co...

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Of all the vehicle accidents that occur on the road, none are as unnecessary and preventable as collisions caused by drunk drivers. According to the North Carol...

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Embarrassment is one of the most common emotions people feel after taking a fall. Slipping and falling has been played for laughs countless times on TV and in m...

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Employers have a number of obligations to their workers. In addition to providing a safe workplace, the majority of employers in North Carolina are required to ...

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