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Proposed Legislation: Dangerous Dog Owners Required to Show Proof of Financial Responsibility By H. Edward Knox In the wake of severe dog attacks throughout the state, the North Carolina State Senate passed a “dangerous dog financial responsibility” bill that would require each county to establish a dangerous dog board. Additionally, the bill requires owners of…

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KNOW WHO LIVES DOWN THE STREET PROTECTING OUR CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS By Frances S. Knox Significant changes in Sex Offender Laws in this State have been recently made and a new crime has been created. Specifically, the following changes to Sex Offender Laws have been made: Statutory rape or sexual offense of a person…

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If You Are Starting Your Own Business, Some Things You Should Know by Lisa Godfrey Should I incorporate? There are three reasons why you might want to incorporate your small business. First, if you have one or more partners, it is advisable to own a business as a corporate entity. Second, a corporation will limit…

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Traffic Court Can Be A Trap For The Unwary by Allen Brotherton Most people recognize that it would be foolish to go to court on a serious criminal charge without the aid of an experienced attorney. In addition to the myriad procedural rules and technicalities arising from both the statutes and appellate court decisions, there…

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The Right Or Wrong About Malpractice by Edward Knox We live in an imperfect society. Often times we place our trust in the hands of a medical provider, a hospital, or even an attorney. We find that the trust that we place is abared either by negligence or fraud. Our system in the law provides…

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Does Your Automobile Insurance Properly Protect You? by Frances Knox Many times in representing injured automobile clients I am asked “What kind of coverage do I have?” I am always so surprised that so few of us know what coverages we carry to protect to our assets, our family and our vehicles. Basic coverages are:…

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Condemnation Or Eminent Domain by Edward Knox Let’s imagine that you’ve lived on a piece of property for forty (40) years. You like living there; you like your land, your home, and you don’t want to face the possibility of change. Let’s suppose that the State of North Carolina, a town or a utility company…

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So, Negotiations Failed And You’re Headed To Trial… by Edward Knox Many times attorneys are not able to negotiate a settlement in your accident case for an adequate sum. There are many reasons but some are that: The insurance company has denied responsibility/liability for your claim; The insurance company is dragging their feet; The insurance…

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What To Know In Selecting A General Contractor by Lisa Godfrey Whether you are enclosing a screened porch or building a million-dollar home, selecting a general contractor is the most important first step. Anyone who undertakes a building project costing $30,000 or more must be licensed as a general contractor. The only exception to this…

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Your Power Of Attorney – Will It Do What You Expected? by Frances Knox A general Power of Attorney is used for many purposes. It can be used to avoid having a guardian appointed when your loved one becomes unable to handle his or her affairs, and can be executed before a Notary Public and…

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