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Personal Injury

5 Reasons to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney After an Accident

No one expects to have their life turned upside down due to an accident. Many people believe that even in the event of an unexpected injury, they don’t need or couldn’t afford to hire a personal lawyer. However, skilled personal injury attorneys are trained to respond to each client compassionately

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Consumer Law

What to Know About Lendmark Financial Services

Lendmark Financial Services is a consumer finance company based in Lawrenceville, Georgia. The company was organized in 1996 as a First Liberty Bank of Macon, GA subsidiary. In the summer of 2000, First Liberty Bank and its subsidiaries (including Lendmark) were acquired by Branch Banking and Trust Company (BB&T) of Winston-Salem,

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Personal Injury

Why Hire a Personal Injury Attorney for an Accidental Shooting?

Accidental shootings are a serious and preventable cause of injury and death in North Carolina. Unfortunately, irresponsible gun owners may improperly secure a weapon or allow an intoxicated or inexperienced individual access to their firearm. If an accidental shooting does occur because of someone’s negligence, an experienced attorney can help

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Consumer Law

Schnucks, Weis Added to WanaBana Lead Poisoning Recall

Maginnis Howard filed suit last month against Ecuadorian food producer WanaBana after 4 North Carolina children got lead poisoning after consuming the company’s Apple Cinnamon Fruit Puree. Now, recalls of two other brands, Schnucks and Weis, have parents and other consumers concerned about further contamination. If you have purchased products

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Consumer Law

WanaBana Toxic Lead Exposure Lawsuit: What You Need to Know

Maginnis Howard has filed suit against WanaBana USA, a popular producer of fruit purees after the FDA confirmed the presence of lead in at least one of their products. According to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS), four children were found to have elevated levels of

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Maginnis Howard Merger Includes Charlotte, Fayetteville Offices

We are pleased to announce Maginnis Howard is now operating in three cities across North Carolina after a merger with two distinguished law offices. Offices in Raleigh, Charlotte, and Fayetteville have teamed up to provide a wider array of services to more people throughout our state.   Britton Law Becomes

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Consumer Law

The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA): A Comprehensive Guide

As a service member, you’re asked to put your life on hold for weeks, months, and sometimes years. But what happens to your financial obligations back home while you’re away? The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) provides legal and financial protections to active-duty servicemembers to ensure their livelihoods are secure while away. Who

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Consumer Law

Can I Sue for PTSD After a Car Accident?

Car accidents are traumatic events that can have long-lasting physical, emotional, and psychological effects on those involved. While broken bones heal over a period of months, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a commonly overlooked consequence of motor vehicle accidents that can last a lifetime. About Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD is

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Consumer Law

What to Know About False Advertising Claims

False advertising is a deceptive and unethical marketing technique that aims to manipulate consumers into purchasing products or services based on misleading or exaggerated claims. In today’s fiercely competitive marketplace, businesses often resort to these deceitful tactics to gain an edge over their rivals. Knowing the various types of false

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