Blog

Home /  Blog
A look at the controversial process of eminent domain

One of the things that Americans of every political stripe can agree on is that government can be frustrating and annoying. Frustration and annoyance can quickly turn to anger when government begins…

Read More
Time’s up: North Carolina’s statute of limitations

Physicists and philosophers are agreed that there is no beginning or end to time. But the state of North Carolina imposes limits on the amount of time that is available in which…

Read More
Builder’s risk insurance: What’s covered and what’s not

You have decided to take the plunge and construct a building or home. Because you’re making a substantial investment in land and construction, you wonder if you should spend some more and…

Read More
Study: SUVs are deadlier than cars in pedestrian accidents

It used to be that sport-utility vehicles (SUVs) were fancier versions of pick-up trucks, big, hulking vehicles for carrying tools, fishing tackle, horse tack and the like. Utility was a big selling…

Read More
What to do when you’re involved in a hit and run

You never expect to leave your home and end up in a car accident. Even worse, you probably don’t anticipate being involved in a hit and run. Yet, sometimes people make the…

Read More
Study: Self-driving vehicles would only prevent a third of crashes

Advocates and developers of self-driving vehicles say that the technology’s potential is immense, arguing that autonomous vehicles could lead to dramatic reductions in fossil fuel consumption and traffic congestion, while virtually eliminating…

Read More
What happens to a personal injury claim during a pandemic?

Life is difficult for people who have been injured or who have lost a loved one in a motor vehicle crash. The coronavirus pandemic has further complicated matters for those who were…

Read More
Auto loans can haunt you even after the vehicle is totaled

It is a regular occurrence: two cars collide in a Charlotte intersection. Though there are no injuries, damage to one of the vehicles is significant and that driver’s insurance company later declares…

Read More
Prep the car for the summer road trip

Spring was a roller-coaster of emotion for most families. Many people ended up canceling spring break vacations and family trips. However, most people are planning to make up for the lost time.…

Read More
Speeding is on the rise

With highways and rural streets emptier than usual, many drivers are taking advantage by driving fast – sometimes, a little too fast. With less traffic and less police presence, speeding seems to…

Read More

request your consultation

"*" indicates required fields

I Have Read The Disclaimer*
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

our location