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
When someone is injured by the negligence of another, the injured party may have a legal claim against the at-fault party under North Carolina law. When incidents result in the death of the injured party, the family or other legal representative of the deceased has a potential wrongful death claim under North Carolina law. North Carolina’s Wrongful Death Statute (N.C. Gen. Stat. § 28A-18-2) Section 28A-18-2 of the North Carolina General Statutes authorizes the filing of wrongful death claims in North Carolina.
Auto Accidents, Car Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Personal Injury
When you file a claim against another driver for damages that resulted from a car accident, you may need to appear at a deposition, mediation, and/or trial. What is a Deposition? A deposition is a legal proceeding, usually outside of the courtroom, where a party or witness is called in for questioning by a lawyer under oath. The questions and answers are recorded by a court reporter to be used later in court filings and trial. It is important to