North Carolina Manual of Complaints
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The North Carolina Manual of Complaints is a quick reference guide to a broad spectrum of complaints in the areas of Automobile Torts, Employment Law, Premises Liability, Products Liability, Medical Negligence, Consumer Areas of Practice, Nursing Home Litigation, General Negligence and Commercial Litigation.
Edited by Kimberly T. Miller, a leading attorney and NC Advocates for Justice member, many of the complaints added to the Seventh Edition reflect new laws and others are tried and true examples from attorneys across North Carolina. The nearly 1900 page manual contains 9 chapters with more than 100 complaints, and includes practice tips and pointers for each set of complaints. This new edition is a must-have resource for all trial lawyers in North Carolina.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1. Automobile Torts
Chapter 2. Consumer Law
Chapter 3. Employment Litigation
Chapter 4. General Negligence
Chapter 5. Medical Negligence
Chapter 6. Nursing Home Litigation
Chapter 7. Premises Liability
Chapter 8. Products Liability
Chapter 9. Commercial Litigation