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[06/29/18]   New Blog Post

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Punitive Damages and Drunk Drivers in North Carolina

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hcpplaw.com North Carolina’s civil courts seek to compensate injured victims by forcing the defendant to pay a sum of money called “damages.” Damages in a regular automobile accident will usually cover economic losses like medical expenses, lost wages, and property damage. Damages can also cover intangibl...

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Are Mandatory Arbitration Provisions Enforceable in Business Litigation?

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hcpplaw.com Many businesses do not read the contracts they sign as closely as they should. As a result, they might be surprised to find out that they cannot file a breach of contract suit in court. Instead, business contracts are increasingly including mandatory arbitration clauses. When a dispute arises, the p...

Our new summer handyman!

One of our sections of practice is Construction Litigation. Bradley Coxe and Wes Hodges focus on this. http://ow.ly/G8mV30kjAfs

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Sam Potter speaks on Franchise Law.

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hcpplaw.com Sam Potter is speaking at the 2018 Convention for the Clean Eatz franchisees on legal opportunities and protecting the brand. Sam has been the Clean Eatz attorney almost from the beginning of this rapidly expanding franchise company that offers people in multiple states, a Cafe, Meal Plans, and Cate...

Attorney Sam Potter at Hodges Coxe Potter & Phillips LLP provides legal advice and guidance on franchise issues. http://ow.ly/8kbI30kuXwx

Meet Bradley Coxe, one of our attorneys who focuses on civil litigation. http://ow.ly/d1Af30kjzX0

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Water and Sewer “Impact Fees” Again Face Legal Challenge

Moore County sued over "illegal" fees. http://www.hcpplaw.com/2018/06/water-and-sewer-impact-fees-again-face-legal-challenge/

hcpplaw.com A land developer in Pinehurst is suing Moore County, saying they were charged illegally for water and sewer fees. We handled a similar case a few years ago. A County or Water Authority can charge for fees, but they either have to provide the service or will provide the service

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Common Birth Injuries to Babies

Concerned about medical mistakes affecting your pregnancy? http://www.hcpplaw.com/2018/05/common-birth-injuries-to-babies/

hcpplaw.com Over the past 100 years, pregnancy has become incredibly safe. Nevertheless, injuries and sometimes death still occur, often because of a mistake a doctor made during labor or delivery. If you suspect that a medical mistake was made at the time of your child’s birth, you should consult with an

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Martin Scorcese Facing Lawsuit From Former Nurse Over Dog Attack

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hcpplaw.com Legendary Hollywood director Martin Scorcese is facing a lawsuit filed by a home nurse who was allegedly attacked by his dog. The lawsuit alleges that Scorcese and his wife allowed their dog to “approach, menace, attack and bite” the plaintiff while she was working as a nurse at their residence.

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Martin Scorcese Facing Lawsuit From Former Nurse Over Dog Attack

Do you know your rights when attacked by a dog? http://www.hcpplaw.com/2018/06/martin-scorcese-facing-lawsuit-from-former-nurse-over-dog-attack/

hcpplaw.com Legendary Hollywood director Martin Scorcese is facing a lawsuit filed by a home nurse who was allegedly attacked by his dog. The lawsuit alleges that Scorcese and his wife allowed their dog to “approach, menace, attack and bite” the plaintiff while she was working as a nurse at their residence.

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Favorable Decision on Appeal Argued by HCPP

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hcpplaw.com Bradley Coxe argued before the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in February, asking that court to uphold the District Court who had denied a summary judgment to Defendants. In their decision on May 30, the Court of Appeals reversed one claim but upheld the rest. http://www.ca4.uscourts.gov/opinions/1718...

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Favorable Decision on Appeal Argued by HCPP

Got a good result on our latest appeal involving the wrongfully terminated Bald Head officers. http://www.hcpplaw.com/2018/05/favorable-decision-on-appeal-argued-by-hcpp/

hcpplaw.com Bradley Coxe argued before the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in February, asking that court to uphold the District Court who had denied a summary judgment to Defendants. In their decision on May 30, the Court of Appeals reversed one claim but upheld the rest. http://www.ca4.uscourts.gov/opinions/1718...

Supporting New Hanover High baseball.

Meet Wes Hodges, one of our partners who focuses on business and personal injury litigation. http://ow.ly/FTWp30kbIH6

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Suspicious Nursing Home Injuries Warrant Investigation

Have you been concerned about treatment of a family member in a nursing home? http://www.hcpplaw.com/2018/05/suspicious-nursing-home-injuries-warrant-investigation/

hcpplaw.com Nursing homes play a vital role as North Carolina’s population continues to age. The state’s 427 nursing homes provide 24-hour medical care and attention to over 30,000 residents, relieving family members of the stress of taking care of their relatives all on their own. When you take your loved ...

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North Carolina Court of Appeals to Hear Arguments in New Hanover County

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hcpplaw.com The North Carolina Court of Appeals is having oral arguments in the New Hanover County Historic Courthouse on June 20th. This is a great opportunity to see the work of your Court of Appeals.

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North Carolina Court of Appeals to Hear Arguments in New Hanover County

Have you wondered what the North Carolina Court of Appeals judges do that you elect? Here is your chance New Hanover County. http://www.hcpplaw.com/2018/05/north-carolina-court-of-appeals-to-hear-arguments-in-new-hanover-county/

hcpplaw.com The North Carolina Court of Appeals is having oral arguments in the New Hanover County Historic Courthouse on June 20th. This is a great opportunity to see the work of your Court of Appeals.

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Suspicious Nursing Home Injuries Warrant Investigation

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hcpplaw.com Nursing homes play a vital role as North Carolina’s population continues to age. The state’s 427 nursing homes provide 24-hour medical care and attention to over 30,000 residents, relieving family members of the stress of taking care of their relatives all on their own. When you take your loved ...

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How Will I Know if My Doctor Has Committed Malpractice?

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hcpplaw.com Like all professionals, doctors owe their clients a duty of care. When a doctor falls below this standard, you can receive money to correct the mistake and to compensate for any physical pain or emotional harm. How will you know if your doctor made a mistake that has injured you?

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Court to see if Greensboro church's solar panels break electricity monopoly

Court to see if Greensboro church's solar panels break electricity monopoly http://www.journalnow.com/business/business_news/local/court-sees-if-greensboro-church-s-solar-panels-break-electricity/article_82e2b754-6e55-54cc-9756-a3b81ba78a78.html

journalnow.com The case involves solar panels put that sit atop Faith Community Church in downtown Greensboro.

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You Should Know :: Bradley Coxe Profile

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[04/16/18]   Types of third party claims can include equipment defects, improper safety practices or premises liability.
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[04/14/18]   Workplace injuries cost employees, employers and insurance companies more than $250 billion a year.
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Injured Workers Should Consider Third-Party Action

Third-party claims allow injured employees to seek additional compensation from a negligent party when hurt on the job.http://letamericaknow.com/view_feature_ysk.php?memberid=22871&orderid=957&issueid=1804#

letamericaknow.com Bottom line, workers’ compensation is limited. It does not cover noneconomic or punitive damages. Big bills can stack up quickly. If recklessness or negligence caused the injury, third-party claims might be one more path to justice.

Office Safety 101

Even if you don't work in a construction zone or a warehouse you could be in danger of workplace injuries. Check out these office safety tips:
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Top tips to keep you in tip top shape at the office How do you cultivate good safety habits in the office and make your workplace a safe place? As part of th...

[04/13/18]   Construction, transportation and agriculture remain the most dangerous industries for workers.
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Nearly three million people were injured in a workplace accident in 2016, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Download report:
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Injured Workers Should Consider Third-Party Action

Workers injured while on the job might get workers' comp benefits, but should not overlook possible third-party actions as well. Learn more: http://letamericaknow.com/view_newsletter_ysk.php?memberid=22871&orderid=957&newsletterid=430&issueid=1804&subscriberid=0

letamericaknow.com Work injuries are life-changing and still all too common in America. Injured workers wonder if they will ever return to work, how they will pay for extended care and rehabilitation, and who will pay the bills while they recover.

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Common Home and Office Supplies Pose Burn Hazards

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hcpplaw.com Product recalls for April 2018 are off to a fast start, with many products pulled from the marketplace because they are burn hazards. These unreasonably dangerous products can leave consumers with devastating burn injuries and should be avoided. If you have been burned by a product, either at home o...

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Parents of NCCU players who didn't have scholarships renewed say they'll file lawsuit :: WRALSportsFan.com

Another instance of the hypocrisy of the NCAA claiming they are "student-athletes" rather than employees. http://www.wralsportsfan.com/parents-of-nccu-players-who-didn-t-have-scholarships-renewed-say-they-ll-file-lawsuit/17464403/

wralsportsfan.com Parents of former women's basketball players at North Carolina Central University say they are planning to file a class-action lawsuit against the school after the head coach didn't renew several scholarships for the upcoming season.

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Modifying Child Support

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hcpplaw.com Even the most conscientious parents sometimes struggle to pay child support. Life rarely stands still, and you might be surprised to find yourself unemployed or sick. Can you halt or reduce your child support payments, at least temporarily? The short answer is, “Yes,” but you must be careful to ...

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Chief Justice Mark Martin: Celebrating 200 years of North Carolina’s Supreme Court

The NC Supreme Court marks its 200th year next year. http://www.journalnow.com/opinion/columnists/chief-justice-mark-martin-celebrating-years-of-north-carolina-s/article_3447eab8-879f-55ad-9d85-7506147b4465.html

journalnow.com This year marks the beginning of a much anticipated celebration of the Supreme Court of North Carolina. The Supreme Court will turn 200 next year, and we are pleased to

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Landowner sues over solar farm lease near Mebane

Landowner sues over solar farm lease near Mebane. http://www.thetimesnews.com/news/20180323/landowner-sues-over-solar-farm-lease-near-mebane

thetimesnews.com ESA Renewables planned a $12.35 million, 5-megawatt facility on U.S. 70 between Haw River and Mebane

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Richardson putting down gavel at end of year - Robesonian

Longest sitting judge in NC set to retire. https://www.robesonian.com/news/109225/richardson-putting-down-gavel-at-end-of-year

robesonian.com LUMBERTON — The judge with the reputation of telling deadbeat dads “you better bring your toothbrush” if they didn’t bring the money to pay child support will hang up his robe on Dec. 31. District [...]

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State Supreme Court hits road to mark 200 years - Daily Reflector

NC Supreme Court will hear cases around the state. Good opportunity to see how the appeals system works. http://www.reflector.com/Op-Ed/2018/03/29/Celebrating-200-Years-of-North-Carolina-s-Supreme-Court.html

reflector.com This year marks the beginning of a much anticipated celebration of the Supreme Court of North Carolina. The court will turn 200 next year, and we are pleased to commemorate this bicentennial anniversary by bringing the Court to people around the state.

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NC Business Court Refuses To Swallow Poison Pill

North Carolina Business Court refuses to swallow a "poison pill." http://www.ncbusinesslitigationreport.com/2018/03/articles/fiduciary-duty/nc-business-court-refuses-to-swallow-poison-pill/index.html

www.ncbusinesslitigationreport.com The "poison pill" has been an accepted defensive measure against a corporate takeover since the 1980's. Commonly referred to as a "Shar

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Investigation: Unlicensed contractor scammed NC, SC residents out of thousands

Unlicensed contractor scammed North and South Carolina residents. http://www.fox46charlotte.com/news/local-news/investigation-unlicensed-contractor-scammed-nc-sc-residents-out-of-thousands

fox46charlotte.com “When you give me that b-s I can smell it,” Jenifer Kilfoil said. 

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Justice Dept. Backs High-Stakes Lawsuit Against Opioid Makers

The Department of Justice has recently thrown its support behind legal action against opioid manufacturers.
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nytimes.com Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he would use legal actions and task forces to crack down on prescription opioid manufacturers, distributors and prescribers.

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'You want a description of hell?' OxyContin's 12-hour problem #InvestigatingOxy

An average of 115 people die each day from an opioid overdose.
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The Opioid Crisis: America Fights Back

Hundreds of cities are banding together and filing lawsuits to hold pharmaceutical companies responsible for the consequences of the opioid crisis.http://letamericaknow.com/view_feature_ysk.php?memberid=22871&orderid=957&issueid=1803#

letamericaknow.com In the last 20 years, deaths due to opioid use have drastically increased. In 2016 alone, according to a special report from Time magazine, nearly 64,000 Americans died from drug overdoses – “roughly as many as were lost in the entire Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan wars combined.” An average of...

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Opioid Crisis Fast Facts

236 million opioid prescriptions were handed out last year. The number of opioid prescriptions in America have quadrupled since 1999.
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cnn.com Read CNN's Fast Facts about the opioid crisis and learn about the epidemic of addiction to painkillers.

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