When you suffer a personal injury, it’s hard to think about anyone else during your recovery. But sometimes, the product or location that caused your injury has affected others and is a part of a more significant problem. When multiple people have suffered the same injury due to the same issue, your best legal option…

What state you live in or suffer an injury in will dictate how your personal injury lawsuit plays out. If your personal injury occurred in North Carolina, know that the state’s legal system will handle your personal injury case a little differently than others because of their “shared fault” rule. How Does Shared Fault Work…

If you’re facing a second DUI charge, you’re likely worried your past behavior will influence the judge’s ruling. However, with the help of a seasoned attorney, such as the lawyers at Knox Law Center, you can give yourself a fighting chance at defending yourself properly against a second DUI charge. What Happens If I Get…

Attorney General Warns Not To Respond To Spoofed Calls From The Supreme Court The Attorney General came out with the below warning on Thursday, March 11th, warning people to avoid responding to any spoofed calls that look like they are coming from the Supreme Court. CONSUMER ALERT Don’t Respond To Spoofed Calls From The Supreme…

Suffering an injury from slipping and falling on someone else’s property can rack up expensive medical bills and even lost wages. If the property owner or tenant acted negligently by failing to properly maintain the property or warn visitors of any dangers, you might have a personal injury lawsuit that can help compensate for your…

In North Carolina, the term “Parsons Presumption” hails from the state Supreme Court case Parsons v. Pantry, Inc., 126 N.C. App. 540, 485 S.E.2d 867 (1997). Parsons Presumption dictates that in a personal injury case, “once the employee meets the initial burden of showing that an injury is the result of a compensable accident, a…

Suppose you or a loved one suffered an injury, misdiagnosis, or other harm caused by a medical professional. In that case, you are probably seeking vindication or monetary compensation to help pay for your medical bills. Before you think about suing for medical malpractice, understanding the facts of how the law works will help you…

Hospitals exist as a place for sick people to heal. But sometimes, patients come home with new severe injuries or ailments as a result of hospital negligence. If you suspect hospital negligence after you or a loved one spent time in a North Carolina hospital, contact an attorney right away. What Is Considered Hospital Negligence?…

If you suffered an injury at work, in a car accident, or through any other personal injury, dealing with one or multiple insurance companies is inevitable. Many people feel an insurance company’s goal is to pay as little as possible, and they are inherently at a disadvantage. Seeking the right legal help can ensure you…

After being arrested for a second driving under the influence (DUI) charge, you may fear a conviction is imminent because of your record. Many consider North Carolina very tough on intoxicated drivers, and these charges are serious. If you’re arrested for a DUI or DWI and convicted, you’ll be sentenced on a sliding scale from…

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