Did you know that insurance companies cannot change your policy without prior notice? It’s true! Under N.C. Gen. Stat § 58-41-20(d), “whenever an insurer lowers coverage limits or raises deductibles or premium rates other than at the request of the policyholder, the insurer shall give the policyholder written notice of such change at least 30…

Generally, people grasp the concept that their physical or “tangible” real and personal property contributes to what becomes their estate when they become incapacitated or pass away. However, a new concept that may be a bit more challenging to understand is that one’s estate can include “digital” property. Digital property is electronic personal data or…

When dealing with contract issues, the first question your attorney will probably ask is: did you get it in writing? The attorney isn’t asking to make her job easier. The attorney is asking because of a concept known as the statute of frauds.  Generally, oral and written contracts are equally enforceable, but there are exceptions…

A California man is suing McDonald’s for $1.5 million, claiming they only gave him one napkin with his order. He says the incident and the ensuing argument caused “undue mental anguish.”

Law Plus Plus was formed in 2012 (as R. W. Bobholz Law, PLLC) with the goal of changing the legal system. The firm’s founder, Richard Bobholz, interviewed at dozens of law firms and had first hand experience being a client to a law firm while in law school. The one unifying theme he was made…

A Manhattan man has sued New York City, NYC Transit, Au Bon Pain Store, two local hospitals, Kmart and a dog owner for two undecillion dollars. The man filed the lawsuit, which was hand-scribbled, in Manhattan federal court seeking more money than even exists on the planet. In case you’re wondering, “two undecillion” is written…

A captain in the City of Houston fire department cited the Americans with Disabilities Act in a lawsuit after he was released from his job for his fear of entering burning buildings. The court originally awarded him $362,000, but the decision has since been overturned by the Texas Supreme Court.

A New Jersey woman is claiming to have a case of ‘commuter anxiety’ so severe that it warranted a change in her work schedule. To oblige her request, her bosses shifted her to a job with more clerical duties, but after being fired in May, the woman filed a suit claiming her company violated the…

For smaller lawsuits, there is one type of award that can change the outcome of your case. Prevailing parties can sometimes get the losing party to pay attorney’s fees. The decision to award these fees is often in the discretion of the presiding judge. However, it helps to know when you could have the losing…

An American man is suing British Airways after he and his partner tried to book a flight to Grenada, Spain, but instead wound up in Granada, the Caribbean island. After being denied a refund for the two first-class tickets, the Plaintiff is now seeking $34,000 in damages.

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