How Wrongful Death Lawsuits Work in North Carolina

What Is a Wrongful Death Claim? 

In life, an injured victim of someone else’s negligence might pursue a personal injury lawsuit to receive compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and other losses. However, if that victim dies from their injuries, they still deserve justice, which is why wrongful death actions exist.  Continue reading “How Wrongful Death Lawsuits Work in North Carolina”

Auto Insurance Rates Likely Going Up in N.C. During 2017

For years, North Carolina has boasted some of the lowest car insurance premiums in the country, but those golden days for drivers in the state may be waning. The state’s insurers have reached a settlement with regulators for a 2.2% increase in auto insurance rates statewide. The rate hike will take effect on October 1.  Continue reading “Auto Insurance Rates Likely Going Up in N.C. During 2017”

8 Healthy Ways to Deal with the Stress of Divorce

If you’ve gone through a divorce or you’re currently going through one, you know that it’s one of the most difficult challenges a person can face. Divorce can leave you feeling lost, confused, overwhelmed, and stressed. To help you cope with these feelings and restore some sense of normalcy, we’ve compiled a list of eight healthy strategies that can help you alleviate and redirect stress during this difficult time. Continue reading “8 Healthy Ways to Deal with the Stress of Divorce”

What to Do When the Other Parent Won’t Pay Child Support

If you’re struggling to collect court-ordered child support from your ex-spouse or ex-partner and feeling frustrated, you’re not alone: studies repeatedly show that many people never receive the child support they’re owed. A 2013 report from the U.S. Census Bureau, for example, showed that about 26 percent of all child support payments are never paid, and another 28 percent are only partially paid.  Continue reading “What to Do When the Other Parent Won’t Pay Child Support”