Personal Injury FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
If you are interested in learning more about your case, your right to financial compensation and what an accident lawyer can do to help if you or someone you know has been injured, we recommend that you contact a North Carolina injury attorney at our law firm. We offer a free case review to look over your unique case and determine what we can do to help. However, we have also included some frequently asked questions (FAQs) below for your convenience:
What is a personal injury?
A "personal injury" may be defined as a physical or psychological injury that a person sustains due to the conduct of another person. This conduct may be intentional or unintentional, but most often stems from negligence or carelessness.
What are some types of cases you can handle?
Our firm handles all types of accident and injury claims throughout North Carolina, including those that involve auto accidents, work accidents, dog bites, medical malpractice, serious accidents and injuries, sexual abuse, nursing home negligence, construction accidents, defective products, slip and fall accidents and wrongful death.
What can an attorney do to help?
An attorney can help by handling your insurance claim and filing a personal injury lawsuit against the person or entity that caused your injuries. In properly handling these actions while defending your rights, an attorney can seek the full financial compensation to which you may be entitled by law.
What will my case be worth?
All personal injury claims are different. It is therefore impossible to say what the exact value of your case may be without a complete evaluation of the injuries you sustained, medical bills involved, lost wages, and more. A lawyer at our North Carolina law firm can evaluate your case to determine what it may be worth.
What will it cost to work with your firm?
There are no out-of-pocket expenses when you work with an injury attorney at our law offices. We work on a contingency fee basis, and this means that we do not charge any legal fees unless we win your case. Your initial consultation is also free!
Get more answers to your questions by contacting a North Carolina personal injury lawyer at Lanier Law Group, P.A. today.