If a court has suspended your license, with the right legal help, you have a chance to reinstate it. Your best strategy to getting your license back is employing a seasoned attorney with experience helping clients regain their legal right to drive. How Can I Get My License Reinstate After It Was Suspended? Suppose you’re…

If a court convicts you of Driver Under the Influence (DUI) or Driving While Impaired (DWI), many areas of your life can be affected as a result. Usually, DUI and DWI convictions come with harsh and severe consequences ranging from jail time, hefty fines to losing your driver’s license. How Does a DUI/DWI Conviction Affect…

If you were in a traffic accident with a truck driver, be prepared for the trucking company to watch out for their interests rather than looking to make up for their mistakes. Trucking companies train their drivers to use an “accident reconstruction kit” following a collision. The truck company instructs its drivers of semis, tractor-trailers,…

If a police officer pulls you over for suspecting that you were driving while under the influence and asks to administer a field sobriety test, know you have rights before agreeing to anything. Your choices will impact your charges and case, so knowing your rights ahead of time can help you make the best decision….

The moments after a motorcycle accident can feel hectic, scary, and cause your heart to race. However, knowing what you need to do in the moments after a motorcycle accident can help you gather the necessary information to prepare for any lawsuits and seek monetary compensation. In many motorcycle collisions, the other driver was negligent,…

Drug possession charges can carry hefty fines and up to seven years or more of jail time depending on the type of drugs you are arrested with and the prosecutor’s ability to prove if you intended to use or to distribute the drugs. But it’s legal to possess and use certain substances under certain circumstances,…

North Carolina’s traffic accident rules may seem obvious to most, but the law requires you to stop if you’ve been in an accident. This is known as a “duty to stop.” Hit-and-runs are illegal in the Tar Heel State. Suppose you’re in an accident with another vehicle, pedestrian, motorist, or bicyclist. In that case, you…

Getting Rent and Utility Assistance Through the HOPE Program The Attorney General came out with the below updates on Tuesday, July 6th, educating people on a new program available for those in need of rent or utility assistance. Please see the full article below along with resources provided to help with the necessary next steps….

If you have a pending domestic violence case in court, understanding the tactics state prosecutors may use against you can help prepare you for what’s to come and how to help your legal team collect the best evidence that would rule in your favor. Prosecutors will often rely on victim testimony, photos, any previous domestic…

The laws which govern motorcycle accidents resemble the rules of car accidents. However, motorcycle accidents occur much more frequently and do possess some unique factors. According to the federal government, since motorcycles weigh less, only have two wheels, and don’t encase the driver, accident deaths occur 35 times more per mile traveled from motorcycle accidents…

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