Human beings make mistakes. When you suffer injury or loss due to someone’s mistake, you may have a legal claim to recover compensation from that individual. Contact us if you would like to know if you have a legal claim for an incident that caused you harm or loss.
The speed and size of vehicles that travel on roads and highways means that a split-second mistake while driving can have tragic results. We have represented car wreck victims all across the state of North Carolina. Sometimes these cases require quick action to preserve evidence or obtain investigative review. Time can make it harder to succeed with some claims, so call us today for a no-cost evaluation of your case. I am confident that the insurance company is not waiting to start their investigation to defeat your claim.
Many places of employment are fraught with hazards that cause injury. Even the safest of employers can make a mistake. Injuries suffered on the job lead to workers’ compensation cases. And sometimes, injured employees can have a second case for that same workplace injury when someone other than their employer causes injury. Pursuing this second case is often critical for injured workers because workers’ compensation typically has limited benefits. We have pursued these cases with success all across the state of North Carolina. Call us today to discuss the possibility of pursuing 2 claims for the same workplace incident.
Hidden defects on property can come in many forms: black ice, deteriorated flooring, clear liquid, uneven walkways, falling objects, etc. The failure of a premises owner to keep their premises free of hidden defects creates liability. When these hidden defects cause trips or falls, people can get hurt. North Carolina has a complicated set of rules to determine if such an incident can give rise to a legal claim for compensation. Call us for a no-cost consultation to determine if your injury resulted from the negligence of a property owner.
Negligence cases like the ones we describe on this website can cause catastrophic injuries and death. When your loved one dies in a car wreck, fall, or construction incident, for example, the laws of North Carolina limit the time you have to pursue your case on behalf of the estate of the deceased. In addition, there are specific laws about what the estate can recover. We have pursued numerous wrongful death cases in North Carolina and have the experience to assist you with such a case on behalf of your loved one.