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Workers CompensationWorkers' compensation and occupational diseases: In North Carolina, if you've been injured at work or sickened by environmental conditions at your job, you should consider discussing your options with one of our experienced attorneys. We can help you seek workers' compensation for your injuries or occupational illness that may cover medical expenses and lost earnings while you cannot work.
Property DamageNorth Carolina General Statute § 20‑166 imposes a duty on all drivers to stop at an accident in which their vehicle is involved. A driver who leaves the scene may be charged with a crime, in addition to being held civilly liable for injuries and property damage. Unfortunately, law enforcement may never apprehend a hit-and-run driver, and, even if they succeed in making a quick arrest, the motorist is likely to be one of the eight percent of NC drivers who are uninsured.
Premises LiabilityWhen you enter a store, an office, a sports complex, a park or another business or government property, you reasonably expect it to be safe. In fact, the owners have a duty to maintain the property in good condition and to warn you of hazards. Your right to collect damages for an injury you sustain on another person’s or corporation’s property is based on the doctrine of premises liability.
Landlord-Tenant DisputesOur attorneys also represent clients in various general civil litigation matters, such as landlord-tenant disputes and breach-of-contract issues.
Hit and RunYour quick response to a hit-and-run car accident can make a difference in your health and your legal claim. You can protect yourself from injuries and help police officers in their search for the fleeing motorist by taking these important steps...
DUI/DWIBecause of their potential to cause horrific accidents, commercial drivers and trucking companies are subject to strict federal and state rules governing insurance minimums, special licensing requirements and hours of driving restrictions. In addition, tolerance for impaired driving is low for commercial drivers, who face DWI charges at a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of only.04 or higher. Violation of these restrictions and truck accident liability laws supports your claim for damages from the commercial driver and the corporations involved in your accident.
Wrongful DeathWhile you are grieving the death of your loved one, the last thing on your mind may be filing a lawsuit. However, North Carolina law imposes a strict statute of limitations on wrongful death claims. If you miss the deadline, you are prohibited from pursuing compensation from the corporation or person responsible for your loved one’s fatal accident.
Traffic ViolationsBasic safety measures could help prevent many on-the-job construction accidents could be avoided. Unfortunately, contractors often care more about cutting expenses and speeding up production to make deadlines and increase profits. Their negligence puts workers’ health and safety at risk. OSHA provides comprehensive information about implementing important safeguards to help employers comply with federal and state laws. Employers that violate OSHA regulations may be subject to fines and other regulatory and civil actions.
Personal InjuryNorth Carolina statutes governing personal injury liability and civil litigation procedures are complex. Nonetheless, if you file a claim
Medical MalpracticeNorth Carolina laws impose a strict deadline for filing your medical malpractice claim. If you miss the deadline — called a statute of limitations — you forfeit your right to recover damages from the medical professionals and facilities responsible for your injuries. For this reason, it is vital that you speak with The Law Firm of John C. Hensley, Jr., P.C. as soon as possible. Our lawyers evaluate your claim and advise you on your options and potential outcomes. Schedule a free initial consultation to learn how we can put our 25 years of experience to work for you.
Business and Corporate Law
Business TransactionsThe courtroom is not the only place to resolve a legal issue. Contested issues can also reach legal conclusion through arbitration and agreements made through mediation. Our lawyers stand by clients throughout these processes to reach the best possible solutions to issues involving personal injury, construction, medical malpractice, ERISA claims, divorce, commercial disputes, business transactions, breach of contract, contract drafting and denial of short-term or long-term disability. We ensure your rights are protected throughout the process and in the final resolution.
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