A motorcyclist who sustained severe orthopedic injuries after he crashed into a tow truck that pulled in front of him has settled a lawsuit for $1 million, his attorneys report. The man was traveling south on SR 11-1101 in December ...Read More »
A woman who was “violently T-boned” by a commercial truck that ran a flashing red light has settled a lawsuit against the truck driver and his employer for $900,000, her attorneys report. Hunt Willis and Forest Horne of Martin & ...Read More »
A Rowan County jury took a $2.29 million bite out of an oral surgeon’s wallet after finding that he splintered the marriage between his surgical assistant and her husband. In a verdict handed down on June 25, the jury ordered ...Read More »
BY CRAIG TURNER Special to Lawyers Weekly On June 11, the North Carolina Supreme Court issued an order amending the Rules of the N.C. Business Court pursuant to its supplemental rule-making authority. The Business Court Rules govern all civil actions ...Read More »
Unfair trade practices claims brought by licensed chiropractors against an intermediary that created a network of chiropractors with various insurance companies and third-party administrators are barred by the learned profession exemption found in North Carolina’s Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices ...
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A North Carolina police officer lacked sufficient cause when he pulled over a woman later convicted of driving while impaired, the state’s Court of Appeals has ruled. In January 2017, Perry Thompson of the Rowland Police Department stopped the woman, Tonya Cabbagestalk, according ...
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