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Arbitration Clauses in Personal Injury Suits

From waivers during dangerous activities and hospital consent forms to the electronic “end user license agreements” that pop up during software installation, contracts have become a common part of everyday life. Among other things, this had led to a proliferation of “arbitration clauses,” a certain type of contractual provision that requires the parties to solve…

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Keeping North Carolina Teen Drivers Safe

One of the biggest milestones for a teen is the day they get their driver’s license. A license represents another step that much closer to becoming an adult and gives them the freedom to go places without relying on their parents. But it is critical for teen drivers to understand that along with that freedom…

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Was Your Medical Condition Made Worse After an Accident?

If you have a physical or medical condition that is of concern, but generally well-managed, an accident that causes this condition to deteriorate can be devastating. The medical costs for treating your previously managed condition could skyrocket to unmanageable proportions, and you may find yourself unable to meet the new costs. The question that you…

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Products Liability in Car Accidents: When Neither Driver Is at Fault

When most people think about assigning fault for a traffic accident, they focus on the drivers, assuming that one of them must have made a mistake. While this is probably true in a majority of car accidents, there may be another set of parties to hold responsible: the car manufacturers. Last year, there were more…

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