Attorney Referrals for North Carolina Cases

Attorney Referral for NC cases: Call Kirk Sanders at 336-724-4707

From January 1 through June 30, 2013 we gladly paid:

one referral fee in 2013 that exceeded $12,000 for a personal injury case (motor vehicle accident);

In another 2013 a fee was paid to a referring attorney in the amount of $8,750.00 (motor vehicle accident)

Another lawyer referral fee in a lawsuit against an airline was in excess of $4000.00

Last week we delivered an attorney referral fee check that exceeded $16,000.00.

Challenges to a Last Will and Testament aka Caveat Proceeding

Scenario: A person dies, also known as the Decedent or Testator, and leaves a last will and testament. However, beneficiaries/heirs, either by intestate or by prior wills, think the will maker, aka the Testator, would not have made the will the way he or she did had they been of right mind.

What do you do?

There is a process in North Carolina called a Caveat Proceeding. That's a challenge of the will.

Grounds for challenging the Last Will and Testament are:

Deferred Prosecutions, Expungements, Underaged Drinking & drug possession. When lawyers can help your NC criminal issues

Someone recently asked me (Randy Ivie) if I thought, given all the distractions of drugs and alcohol, it was harder to be a college age student now than when I was that age.  The person who asked the question is just as old as I am, and apparently assumes that alcohol and illicit drugs are more readily available today than might have been true in the past. 

Trucking Accidents with Permanent Injuries or Death-- the need for Expert Accident Reconstruction Investigators (Attorney)

If you or someone you know was struck by a commercial vehicle, such as delivery vans and tractor trailers, then call us immediately.

The sooner you retain an attorney in a trucking accident, the better we can investigate your claim. The closer to the accident time, the more measurements  and photographs the expert can make, including skid marks and damage to the vehicles. This is key to determine speeds of vehicles and helps the lawyer prove which party is liable for the serious injuries or death of a client.

Collection Matters-- start the collection process as soon as you can

In this day and age, businesses and customers are more likely to fail to pay you for money owed.

Clients need to have internal policies to monitor their accounts receivables regularly. When accounts are late, special letters need to go out after 45 days. More pressing letters need to go out at 60 days and 90 days.

You need to have trigger points to call an attorney and start a collection lawsuit. Do not sit on old accounts. As a general rule, the older the case, the harder to collect.

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