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November 2018 Archives

Can breach of contract lead to general civil litigation?

Contracts form the backbone of commerce in North Carolina and across the nation. From contracts between commercial property owners and builders to contracts between suppliers and manufacturers or even complex contracts involving other aspects of business, such as corporate mergers, entering into contracts is a common business practice.

We assist those with estate administration and litigation needs

There are many phases of the estate administration process in North Carolina. The estate must be opened, and if there is a will, it must be located. All the deceased's assets must be inventoried. The deceased's creditors need to be notified of the death, and debts must be paid out of estate assets. Life insurance claims must be submitted. Income tax returns must be filed. Finally, the deceased's assets must be distributed per the terms of the deceased's will.

Negligence may form the basis of a personal injury lawsuit

Perhaps you were injured in a car crash caused by a drunk driver. Or, maybe you slipped on a wet floor in a grocery store, causing an injury. Or, perhaps your doctor made a misdiagnosis leading to a worsened condition. In any of these cases, a person's injuries -- and the costs associated with these injuries -- can be significant. When that happens, a person in North Carolina may choose to pursue a personal injury case based on negligence.

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