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Testamentary Capacity Laws in North Carolina

Any person of sound mind at age 18 years or older may make a will in North Carolina. § 31-1. Most wills go through probate without any disputes or contested issues. However, in some cases there may be some disagreements … Continue reading

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Does Violating Traffic Laws Make a Georgia Driver Liable for Punitive Damages?

Punitive damages are an extraordinary remedy available in only certain personal injury cases. Under Georgia law, a plaintiff can only seek punitive damages if the evidence shows the defendant’s actions demonstrated “willful misconduct, malice, fraud, wantonness, oppression, or that entire … Continue reading

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West Virginia Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Laws in Jeopardy

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Laws and policies to consider this DVAM

(Delighted to welcome back alumna Mallika Kaur, who contributes this guest post) A resolution declaring that "freedom from domestic violence is a fundamental human right," which local governments have a responsibility to continue securing on behalf of their citizens, was … Continue reading

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What Are the State Insurance Requirements / Financial Responsibility Laws for Motorcycle Owners in the State of Florida?

In the State of Florida, a person can own a motorcycle and have no insurance in place whatsoever for that motorcycle. Florida law under most instances has no requirements for motorcycle owners and bikers. Of course, the laws for financial … Continue reading

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