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When is a lawsuit brought against an insurance carrier in North Carolina? | North Carolina Law Firm

Ninety-five percent of all cases have an insurance carrier involved. These claims are not brought forward until one of two things happen: 1) The client has healed as much as medical care will allow, or 2) The case is nearing the statute of limitations for that type of case. Medical care can take a long time, and therefore sometimes action must be taken before the client is completely...

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What are non-compete agreements? | North Carolina Business Litigation Lawyer

A non-compete agreement is a document where a party restricts another party’s right to compete within a market. The agreement restricts the area a company can utilize for a specific amount of time. Non-compete agreements are highly disfavored in North Carolina law, resulting in a fair amount of litigation. Transcription Keith Whited: Non-compete agreements are highly disfavored in North...

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Termination of Parental Rights | North Carolina Law Firm

The Whited DelForge & Henkle, PLLC can assist clients in terminating the parental rights of their child’s other parent. Reasons for this include: sexual misconduct, failure to pay child support, lacking contact with the child for six months or longer, and other instances of constitutional misconduct. Transcription Rouse: Here at the Whited DelForge & Henkle, PLLC, we can assist clients if they’re in the situation...

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What does probate mean? | North Carolina Estate Litigation Lawyer

To probate a will simply means to ensure that the will is 1) valid and 2) carried out accordingly. The attorneys at Whited DelForge & Henkle, PLLC can answer any questions you may have regarding estate litigation or contesting a will. Transcription Keith Whited: Probate is a term that is used in the law that means nothing more than administering an estate. To probate a will just means to file it in a...

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If I get a ticket is the car accident my fault? | North Carolina Car Accident Lawyer

Receiving a ticket after a car accident does not necessarily indicate fault in the accident. Just because you were issued a ticket by a police officer does not mean the accident was your fault, and the ticket cannot be used as evidence against you. However, by paying the ticket or going to court and saying you’re guilty can be used against your case. This is called an...

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Should I seek medical care after my accident? | North Carolina Car Accident Lawyer

The Whited DelForge & Henkle, PLLC strives to elicit the best medical literature for your case. Often, if you do not seek medical attention within a few days after your car accident, the insurance company will try to claim your injuries were not caused by the accident. If you believe you are injured after an accident, seek medical care. Transcription Keith Whited: This is just experience. It’s just...

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