The aftermath of a car accident can feel scary as you try and understand who is hurt and the damage done to your vehicle. But the feelings become even worse when you realize the other driver left the scene and you’ve been involved in a hit and run. Know that leaving the scene of an…

Attorney General Warns About Recent Price Gouging Concerns on Baby Formula Products The Attorney General, Josh Stein, came out with the below updates on Thursday, May 12th, educating people recent baby formula shortages and potential price gouging. Please see the full article below along with resources provided to help with the necessary next steps. CONSUMER…

If you suffer an injury in any type of accident — a work-related, car accident, or other — you can’t rely on your insurance company to give you the money you’ll need to cover your injuries, lost wages, and emotional distress. Working with an experienced personal injury attorney can help you explore and take advantage…

Small business owners put endless dedication, often personal money, and sacrifice into ensuring their companies flourish. However, even the best businesses can face unexpected events that can threaten the company’s future. Protecting your business from the unexpected can differentiate success and failure. What Can I Do To Protect My Business? Before a problem arises, enlisting…

Knox Law Center is proud to sponsor the Spiritus Project for the 7th consecutive year since this amazing project began! We enjoyed this year’s great golf tournament and feel very fortunate to be a part of such an amazing cause! Below is an overview of the Spiritus Project and some photos from this year’s Spiritus…

If the police arrested you for a DUI and it’s the second time you’ve been charged, you’re likely afraid you will lose your driver’s license. After all, North Carolina courts are one of the strictest states when sentencing DWI offenders. However, if you have been charged with your second DUI, there are things you can…

In 2019, there were an estimated 6.8 million property crime offenses committed across the country, according to the FBI. Nearly 250,000 of those property crimes took place in North Carolina. In North Carolina, property crimes are classified as crimes against material things other people own. What Are The Types Of Property Crimes In North Carolina?…

Often when a judge rules in a child custody case, they will rule in favor of the children’s mother. Only 17.5 percent of custodial parents are fathers, according to Census.gov. However, many fathers provide excellent care for their children and deserve to preserve their rights during custody cases. During custody battles, some plaintiffs may falsely…

If you were driving a motorcycle in North Carolina and were a part of a traffic accident, it’s essential to know how the law differs for these crashes. If you are a motorcycle accident victim, you may require a different type of legal assistance. Unlike car accident victims, motorcycle riders cannot get Medical Pay Benefits…

If a judge suspends your license as punishment for a DUI, DWI, or excessive traffic violation, a license suspension can throw your entire life into chaos. Many rely on driving to work, grocery shop, and caring for their children or family members. The key to avoiding this upheaval is working with an experienced attorney not…

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