I was recently let go from my job/Non-profit organization as director of operations. I had been with organization for 27 years. The company has a 3-strike system, first offense is a verbal warning, the second offense is a written warning, and the third they can terminate you. In the 27 years that I... View More
In North Carolina, employment is generally considered "at will," meaning an employer can terminate an employee at any time for any reason, except for illegal reasons such as discrimination or retaliation. However, if your termination violated the organization's own established...View More
The car in question sustained water damage in New Orleans Louisiana. Allstate declared it a total loss. The state of Louisiana says the car was crushed, but apparently somebody lied to the state. The car was not crushed and sold at an auction. It was then sent to a dealership in KY where the... View More
In North Carolina, obtaining a salvage or rebuilt title for a vehicle that has been declared a total loss and has a history of water damage involves specific steps. First, it's crucial to ensure that all repairs made to the vehicle meet the state's safety standards. North Carolina...View More
I was at cookout last night on the drive thru line. Suddenly there were gunshots around the corner of cookout. People started running away and people on the line got nervous. The workers did not advise anyone to get off the line and the cars ahead of me did not move. I kept honking my horn and... View More
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could speak with local attorneys about such a case, but the problem is that their conduct would probably not qualify as an accident-related claim under policy. That's only my individual position -...View More
I recently told her I wanted her out of the house. She says that she can take it from because I signed a paper stating when me and her mom died she got the house. I just want her and her man out of my house so I can have some peace.
Looking for legal answer regarding property and casualty insurance adjusting, specifically claims handling. Can a licensed NC adjuster have a third party collect photo documentation of property damages AND provide an estimate to the adjuster, which the adjuster signs off on (in engineering this is... View More
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Insurance practices involve state law. But nationwide, it is not uncommon for third parties to be used for adjusting or managing claims. Only a N.C. attorney could advise on the specific requirements or...View More
The property owners have the right to restrict access to their land, but you also have a right to visit the graves of your ancestors. I would advise trying to work out a more long-term solution before bringing this all before the court. You can file a motion before the clerk to have a more...View More
Yes, they are allowed to date and have sex, so long as it is consensual, they do not have a teacher/student relationship, North Carolina law applies, etc. In North Carolina 16 is the age of consent. Even minors younger than 16 are allowed to have consensual sex within a certain age-range (I think...View More
Yes. It is legal for them to date and it is legal for them to have sex.
§ 14-27.25 covers statutory rape for minors 15 years-old or younger. For it to be statutory rape, the other person must be (a) "at least 12 years old" AND (b) "at least six years older than the...View More
Most jurisdictions wouldn't really have a universal, statutory answer to this. It would depend on the surroundings, the hour of the day, the dynamic between the people, whether the occupant was posing a threat to life and limb, the reasonableness of the demand given the circumstances, and...View More
Hello Sir or Ma'am, A deed signifies legal ownership of property whereas a power of attorney is a legal instrument to allow another person to act in the place of someone else. Under the question you stated, your deed should mean that you own the home and have the power to move into the deeded...View More
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