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…

North Carolina enforces a rare rule when enforcing fault in traffic accidents. This rule means even if you didn’t cause an accident but were committing some wrongdoing at the time it occurred, you may not be able to receive the total amount of compensation you had in mind. What Is The Definition Of Fault In…

Attorney General Warns To Be Cautious Of Any Company Selling Over-The-Counter Hearing Aids The Attorney General came out with the below warning on Tuesday, April 27th, warning people to be skeptical of companies selling over-the-counter hearing aids. CONSUMER ALERT Be Skeptical of Companies Selling Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids Tuesday, April 27, 2021 Consumers in North Carolina…

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…

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