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What a DWI on Blackout Wednesday Means for College Students in NC

By SeiferFlatow, PLLC | Nov 20, 2017 | Comments Off on What a DWI on Blackout Wednesday Means for College Students in NC
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The night before Thanksgiving has turned into a sort of holiday for young people to gather and get drunk. “Blackout Wednesday,” or “Drinksgiving,” is now known as “the drunkest night of the year,” steadily rising in popularity since around 2012. This day is generally revered by college kids and early twenty-somethings, and unfortunately produces more…

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6 Tips for Dealing with Separation and Divorce During the Holidays

By Jamie Filliben | Nov 15, 2017 | Comments Off on 6 Tips for Dealing with Separation and Divorce During the Holidays
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For many, the holiday season is a time of festivity and joy spent with family and friends. But for those that are separated or divorced, it can be stressful and draining. Managing the demands of seasonal events as well as trying to figure out how to co-parent is tough. Here are some tips for surviving…

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Visitors’ Guide to Driving in North Carolina

By Adam Seifer | Nov 7, 2017 | Comments Off on Visitors’ Guide to Driving in North Carolina
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An estimated 39 million families in the US are planning to travel this Thanksgiving, meaning no matter where you live, roads are likely to be more congested than normal. No one wants to spend their holiday dealing with the aftermath of an accident, but if you are injured in an accident, our personal injury attorneys…

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Important Documents to Keep During a Divorce in North Carolina

By Jamie Filliben | Oct 30, 2017 | Comments Off on Important Documents to Keep During a Divorce in North Carolina
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There are many documents that are important for your divorce lawyer to have so that they are able to present your case effectively. Some are obvious, like tax records and bank statements, and some are less obvious, like your child’s report cards. Many times during a divorce, the court’s decision will come down to what…

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The Cost of a DWI in North Carolina

By Adam Seifer | Oct 25, 2017 | Comments Off on The Cost of a DWI in North Carolina
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A DWI is an expensive proposition. It can cost you your freedom and it can also cost a pretty penny. You may choose to go along with the charge and just pay whatever the court orders, or you may choose to defend yourself and fight the charges. So, what is a DWI in North Carolina…

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Working from Home & Workers’ Compensation in North Carolina

By Mathew Flatow | Oct 18, 2017 | Comments Off on Working from Home & Workers’ Compensation in North Carolina
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For many companies, allowing employees to telecommute, or work from home, cuts down on costs and helps their bottom line. But those employees are not exempt from workers’ compensation coverage just because there isn’t a physical building for an accident to occur. Even though an employer cannot control the telecommuters’ working conditions at home, courts…

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When are you most at risk for a car accident in Charlotte?

By Adam Seifer | Oct 12, 2017 | Comments Off on When are you most at risk for a car accident in Charlotte?
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According to the Charlotte Observer, Charlotte experienced a 10% increase in car accidents last year – about 31,000 total crashes. A few weeks ago, we talked about the frustrations commuters experience on the roads in Charlotte and laid out some steps you can take to make your commute safer for not only yourself but also…

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I’m Hiring a New Salesperson, Do I Need a Non-Compete?

By Mathew Flatow | Oct 5, 2017 | Comments Off on I’m Hiring a New Salesperson, Do I Need a Non-Compete?
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Non-competes, also known as “covenants not to compete,” are restrictive covenants found in some employment agreements. A non-compete is an agreement between the employer and employee that restricts the employee’s right to compete with the employer for a set period of time after employment ends. Employers opt for non-competes most often in situations where they…

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How to make your Charlotte commute safe for everyone on the road

By Adam Seifer | Sep 25, 2017 | Comments Off on How to make your Charlotte commute safe for everyone on the road
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As a fellow Charlotte commuter, I know how traffic can get during morning and evening rush hours. It’s easy to get frustrated when you’re running late and I-77 is backed up, but don’t take your frustration out on the other drivers who are in the exact same position you are. Avoid causing or being the…

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The New NC Expungement Law & What It Means For You

By Adam Seifer | Sep 19, 2017 | Comments Off on The New NC Expungement Law & What It Means For You
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Over the summer, Gov. Roy Cooper signed a new expungement law that will make it easier for people to have their criminal record expunged if they have been convicted of and served time for nonviolent crimes and have proven they can stay out of trouble with the law. Criminal records eligible for expungement in North…

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