Under North Carolina law, someone can be involuntarily hospitalized if there is “clear, cogent, and convincing evidence” they are mentally ill and dangerous to themselves or others. But how often do you hear about involuntary hospitalization for mental illnesses?
Postby Peter J. Tomasek
Most of us rely on our insurance agency...But how much should we rely on what our insurance agent tells us? What about what they say to others for us?
According to the North Carolina Court of Appeals, the best answer might be simple: “Not much."