At Lanier Law Group, P.A., we know that dealing with the various issues related to an accident or serious injury can be difficult. This is why we offer the experienced representation and friendly service that can make the difference in your peace of mind and the successful resolution of your case. We handle virtually any type of personal injury claim for clients throughout North Carolina and offer a free consultation to help you get started in receiving the guidance and information that will put you on the track to a full recovery.
In addition to calling our law firm to schedule a free case review with a North Carolina personal injury lawyer, we invite you to browse through the information on this site.
Personal Injury Information Center
This website contains a wealth of information about a number of topics related to the field of personal injury as a whole as well as our specific practice areas in this area. You can find out about the types of cases we handle, what your claim may be worth, what to do in these situations and how an attorney can help you seek justice when you need it most. All you have to do is click on the links listed below, and you will be directed to a page with information dedicated to that topic:
Hiring an Accident Lawyer
Deciding to involve a lawyer to handle your personal injury claim is a choice you must make for yourself. You may have particular qualities you are looking for in your legal counsel, and by calling our firm to schedule a free consultation, you will discover how we can assist you. Click here to read more about hiring an accident lawyer.
Do I Have a Case?
One of the best ways to find out if you have grounds for a personal injury claim is by reviewing the matter with an experienced injury lawyer. A competent lawyer can help you determine who is to blame and can take legal action against that individual or business entity to hold him or her accountable. Click here to read more about determining if you have a case.
Types of Financial Compensation
You may be entitled to financial compensation for various injuries or losses, including: medical expenses, future medical care, lost earnings, future loss of earnings, emotional trauma, medication, assistive devices, and much more.
Personal Injury FAQ
It is only natural to have questions about your case. At our law firm, we strive to provide our clients with straightforward answers based on our extensive knowledge of North Carolina personal injury law. Read more about personal injury FAQs.
An auto accident may leave you or someone you love seriously injured. In addition to this, you may experience significant financial losses and may be concerned about what the future holds for you and your family. Fortunately, we may be able to help.
The most common type of auto accident, car accidents affect millions of Americans every year. The approach taken after a North Carolina car accident may have a direct influence on your ability to recover fair compensation for your injuries.
Due to the potentially catastrophic nature of motorcycle accidents, they often have a tremendous physical, emotional and financial impact on their victims. In these cases, we can provide the support and legal representation you may need.
The extreme size and weight of commercial trucks make them potential hazards on roadways throughout North Carolina. These vehicles are more likely to be affected by wind, rain and other heavy weather as well as dangerous road conditions. In the presence of truck driver negligence, accidents are far more likely to occur. Click here to read more about truck accidents.
Whether it is a fall from scaffolding, a defective power tool or a piece of heavy machinery that malfunctions, a construction accident may have a significant negative impact on a victim's life. Serious injury, disfigurement and disability are possible consequences.
A product that has a defect in its design or in the way it's manufactured may cause serious injury to a consumer. Improper instructions or an inadequate warning label may cause the same effect. In these matters, the manufacturer may be held accountable.
An attack from a dog may cause serious injuries, particularly if the victim is a child. It is important in these cases to discuss your options with an experienced attorney who can determine if the owner of the dog can be held liable for your injuries. Click here to read more about dog bites.
Bar and restaurant owners may be held liable if they over-serve you. If you've been in an accident after drinking, we may prove that the restaurant is liable. Click here to read more about dram shop liability.
Medical malpractice may be defined as a failure to provide proper treatment or care to a patient. Any deviation from the accepted standards of medical care that causes injury to a patient may be considered malpractice and offer the injured patient grounds for a civil suit.
Nursing Home Negligence
When nursing home care is not up to the standard it should be, and this may result in injury to an elderly patient or resident, the injured party may have grounds for a civil lawsuit against the facility or caregiver. Physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, malnutrition and dehydration are types of nursing home negligence cases our firm handles.
When a person is injured on another's property, the injured party may hold the property owner accountable if their negligence caused the injury. Discuss your accident and learn whether you have grounds for an injury claim by calling our firm, or click here to read more about premises liability.
Retail Store Injuries
When shopping at a retail store, a customer may be at risk of injury if the owner or manager of the store fails to properly maintain property grounds. Slip and fall accidents, escalator accidents and merchandise falling from shelves may cause injury to a shopper. Click here to read more about retail store injuries.
Elevator Accidents and Injuries
When an elevator is not properly maintained or is defective in some way, it is possible someone will be injured. A victim may be injured in an elevator fall, by a closing door or if trapped in an elevator. Click here to read more about elevator accidents.
Serious Accidents & Injuries
Particularly serious accidents and injuries may place a victim at risk of losing his or her life. Some examples of cases of this kind may include those that relate to truck and motorcycle accidents, brain injuries and spinal cord injuries. Click here to read more about serious accidents and injuries.
Physical trauma or a lack of oxygen to the brain may have serious consequences for the injured party, leading to memory loss, loss of cognitive skill, loss of motor control and even personality changes. Click here to read more about brain injuries.
Spinal Cord Injuries
Because of the important role it plays in the body, any extent of injury to the spinal cord may have a tremendous impact on the victim. Paraplegia and quadriplegia may be caused by spinal cord trauma; damage to the spinal cord is typically irreversible.
Sexual abuse is one of the cruelest acts that a person may commit against another. We believe this is particularly true when the victim is a child. Our firm represents victims of sexual abuse throughout North Carolina, seeking justice against the people who commit these unforgiveable acts.
Slip & Fall
When a person slips and falls while on another's property, this may provide grounds for a premises liability claim if the property owner's negligence led to the accident. A hazard such as a wet floor, missing stair or railing, improperly placed floor mat or inadequate lighting may cause these accidents to occur.
Social Security Disability
Individuals no longer able to work due to a severe disability may be entitled to benefits through Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). For help with your claim, you can turn to an experienced professional at our firm.
If you were injured at work, you should consider discussing your options with an experienced attorney who can help you seek workers' compensation benefits that may cover medical expenses and lost earnings while you cannot work.
The loss of a loved one is an experience that will leave a family forever changed. In addition to coping with their loss, the surviving family members may be faced with financial problems and various legal issues, but at our firm, we'll do everything possible to seek justice against the person or company responsible for your loss. Click here to read more about wrongful death.
Contact the Lanier Law Group, P.A. for a consultation about your case
We've been fighting for victims throughout the state of North Carolina for nearly 20 years. If you have questions and want to learn more, please do not hesitate to contact a on of our Charlotte personal injury attorneys at our law offices today. We are here to help you. Call (855) 234-7619 to speak with a dedicated attorney today.