North Carolina Accident and Injury Laws
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Accident and injury law encompasses medical malpractice, automobile accidents, slip and fall injuries, product liability, workers' compensation, even dog bites. State courts handle these sorts of claims, each a little differently. North Carolina courts, for example, don't allow plaintiffs in injury suits to collect damages if they are partially at fault. Also, all product liability cases must be brought within six years from the date of the initial purchase. Injury law is a dynamic practice area that changes with the changing tide of public opinion. Click a link below to learn more about North Carolina accident and injury laws.
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