We are pleased to announce a pro bono GEICO settlement for a GEICO injury claim due to injuries sustained by our client, a child that our firm represented pro bono.
Accident Resources, Car Accidents, North Carolina, Personal Injury, Wilmington Injury
Our Wilmington personal injury lawyer knows that crash reports can be crucial to locate witnesses and show which drivers or parties are at fault after a motor vehicle collision. Therefore, our Wilmington car accident lawyer recommends to report an accident after it happens and to get copy of the Wilmington crash report to try to ensure that your car repairs and medical bills can be covered. To find out more about how to report a motor vehicle accident to the
Car Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Personal Injury, Truck Accidents
Our personal injury attorney frequently gets asked whether a claimant must sign the HIPAA or medical authorization for release form from the insurance company after an auto accident. After a car accident, an insurance adjuster will usually reach out to pressure claimants to sign a medical release form. A medical release form allows the insurance company to access your medical records. Typically, the medical release will specify which provider the insurance company can access records from and a date range
Accident Resources, Car Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Personal Injury
Our North Carolina car accident lawyer knows that after a motor vehicle accident, a crash report can be crucial for showing who is at fault and for identifying witnesses. Our North Carolina personal injury attorney says that reporting an accident and getting a copy of the crash report is an important step in making sure that your car repairs and medical bills are covered. For more information on how car accident claimants can report a vehicle accident to the police
American Family Connect Property & Casualty Ins., Personal Injury, Results, Settlements
We are pleased to announce that our injury attorney negotiated and obtained an American Family Connect Property & Casualty Insurance Company settlement for injuries sustained in a collision.
A limited liability company (LLC) is a way to legally structure a business. It combines the limited liability of a corporation with flexibility and lack of formalities provided by a partnership or sole proprietorship, as well as certain tax advantages. Any business owner who seeks to limit his or her personal liability for business debts and lawsuits should consider forming an LLC. To start an LLC in North Carolina you will need to take the following steps: Choose a name for