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March 2020 Archives

Late night Motorcycle crash kills man in Durham

Motorcycles are as much a part of modern life in North Carolina as horses were part of its early history. Although plenty of people were injured or even killed in accidents related to horses in Tar Heel past, it is far more likely for a motorcycle crash to lead to serious trauma, permanent disability or death.

What can be part of a wrongful death lawsuit?

It's so difficult to deal with the loss of a loved one, even when their passing may have been predicted. The news is even harder when it is a surprise. Sometimes, there is nothing to do but begin the process of grieving. If someone was at fault for a person's death, however, it may be time to seek financial damages.

North Carolina companies may refocus on military contracts

If you're in North Carolina, there's a higher chance than most states that you have some experience with the military. A large proportion of Tar Heels end up serving in the Army, Navy or Air Force. Camp Lejeune and other military installations in the state also bring a lot of civilians jobs that serve and interact with military personnel.

Charlotte goes solar with new power purchase agreement

If a small business is setting up a vendor relationship or signing a client, it may be cause for celebration but not much pomp and bureaucracy. It may be relatively easy to set a goal for the interaction and communicate them with all parties. But details should always be secured in business by some sort of contract.

To sell or purchase a business, certain factors are important

North Carolina residents who are planning to purchase a business or sell one should consider the entire process beforehand. Being prepared for every eventuality is critical. There are certain factors to think about as part of the process, specifically when selling a business.

How fracking can be hazardous for drivers

Drivers on North Carolina roads could be put in danger because of the actions of companies that engage in hydraulic fracturing. Primarily, an increase in fracking activity results in increased traffic in areas that don't necessarily have large populations. Therefore, they may not have the infrastructure needed to allow trucks carrying wastewater to get to and from their destinations safely. A researcher from the University of Illinois analyzed accident data from the Bakken Formation in North Dakota from 2006 to 2014 to come to this conclusion.

Questions to ask when buying a company

Entrepreneurs in North Carolina may decide that they want skip the startup phase of owning a company. Instead of creating a company from scratch, they will buy a business that already has brand recognition and systems in place. While it may be easier to make money with an established company, it is still important to do due diligence before making a purchase.

Hearing held for bill to open interstate travel to all truckers

Under North Carolina law, those with a commercial driver's license cannot travel out of state if they are between the ages of 18 and 20. Things may change, though, if a certain federal bill that was introduced in February 2019 is passed. Called the DRIVE-Safe Act, it proposes to let truckers under 21 drive interstate after completing an apprenticeship program.

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