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Consumer Law
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Bank of America Agrees to Settle Class Action

A class action settlement impacts not only the interests of the parties that negotiate the settlement, but also a much larger number of absent class members. It

Consumer Law
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How to Know a Consumer Scam is Underway

Creditors and debt collectors are stepping up their efforts to collect on what they say is owed. The financial turmoil people are facing has also

Consumer Law
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Inaccurate & Incorrect Background Checks

Incorrect background checks can cost someone an opportunity for a new job or even cost them their current job. The Fair Credit Reporting Act was

Motor Vehicle Collisions
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Head-On Automobile Collisions

Head-on collisions, also known as frontal crashes, are generally considered to be the most dangerous kind of car accident. These crashes occur when two vehicles traveling

Estate Planning
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Understanding Wills & Trusts

Maginnis Howard offers some of the most comprehensive estate planning services in all of North Carolina, this includes Wills & Trusts. Creating a valid Will

Consumer Law
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What is Eminent Domain?

If you own property that has been deemed necessary for public use, such as to expand roads, build a school, or run sewer lines, state

Motor Vehicle Collisions
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Rise in CMV Involved Fatalities in 2020

Commercial Motor Vehicles (CMVs) are very common on North Carolina’s busy roadways. These vehicles are very easy to spot and most drivers will see multiple

Consumer Law
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Laws Protecting Consumers from Scams

This past year has been difficult for all of us in different ways. In some cases people are facing financial turmoil and are behind on

Consumer Law
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How Can Banks Misinform Customers?

Banks and financial institutions have an obligation to be honest and sincere with their customers. However, some financial institutions fail to keep up their end

Consumer Law
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Banks Providing Misleading Information

Consumers and businesses rely on banks more than ever, with many people having not just one, but several bank accounts. When we trust a financial