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THREE COMMON MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CASES

According to the National Institute of Health (NIH) more than 250,000 people die each year due to medical mistakes. This means that medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the United States – ranking only behind cancer and heart disease. The attorneys at The Richardson Firm are familiar with medical practice laws and are here to explain ... Read More

UNDERSTANDING ALIMONY IN NORTH CAROLINA

The idea of alimony may seem simple, but alimony is actually often a complex and contentious issue during a divorce. It is common for people to come into a divorce with mistaken or outdated ideas regarding alimony. The attorneys at The Richardson Firm can help you understand several ways in which a family lawyer can assist you. WHAT IS ALIMONY ... Read More

QUESTIONS TO ASK A CRIMINAL LAW ATTORNEY IN NORTH CAROLINA

If you have been charged with a crime, it is important to take steps to protect yourself. The most important action is to hire an experienced North Carolina criminal defense attorney. It is imperative that you know what to look for in a criminal defense lawyer and it is a good idea to come up with questions to ask when ... Read More

FEDERAL TRAFFIC TICKETS

There is often confusion about if receiving a traffic violation on a military installation is serious or not. It is! Traffic tickets on North Carolina military bases like Fort Bragg and Camp Lejune are enforced by federal law. The military police of Fort Bragg and Camp Lejune issue hundreds of citations every year. If you’re charged with a traffic offense ... Read More

WHAT TO DO IF YOU’RE IN A CAR ACCIDENT

Pull Over – If you were involved in a car crash that includes damage, personal injury, or death, North Carolina requires by law that you stop your vehicle by pulling over to the side of the road. You may temporarily leave the scene of the crash to get medical help or call a police officer; otherwise, you must remain at ... Read More