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INJURED ON SOMEONE ELSE’S PROPERTY? DO YOU KNOW YOUR RIGHTS?
Protect your rights and maximize your payout after an accident or injury. Personal injury claims are complex, and it is wise to have an expert attorney at your side. Most often after an accident or injury, you are experiencing physical and mental stress and need the support of an expert. PREMISES LIABILITY LAWS All property owners, including commercial businesses, have ... Read More
Five Questions People Ask About Child Custody, Separation And Divorce In North Carolina
The end of a marriage or relationship is a difficult process, often bringing anxiety, stress, and uncertainty into your life. If there are children involved, the process can become even more complicated. It is important to have the help of a skilled and experienced family law attorney to help you get through it. Each state has different laws when it ... Read More
Military Law 101
Military law is an area of law that is both complex and daunting as the military justice system functions much differently than the civilian system. Outlined in the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) and complex service regulations, military law includes legal rules and procedures that apply to service members both at home and abroad, whether they are currently on ... Read More
Matt Richardson Honored with 40 Under 40 Award
Congratulations to Matt Richardson,partner at The Richardson Firm, for receiving the prestigious “40 Under 40” award. The award is presented by the Fayetteville Observer and recognizes top business professionals and community leaders. Matt was recognized for his professional achievements as an attorney as well has his work on his political website: Cross Creek Divide.
The I-295 Project: Will You Be Affected?
The I-295 Project: Will You Be Affected? The Fayetteville Outer Loop (I-295) is currently under construction in order to complete the western portion from U.S. 401 Business/Ramsey Street to I-95. Both Cumberland and Robeson counties will be impacted by the project. The first phase of the project opened in 2005 and the ongoing construction of the current phase is scheduled ... Read More