Automobile collisions occur every day. Resulting damage may range from a bent fender to a fatality. When you have been involved in a car crash, how do you know if you need legal help?
The overall statistics on car accidents in North Carolina are grim. Consider these statistics from 2015, the latest year for which data is available:
At a minimum, being involved in a car crash is unsettling. Much worse, an automobile collision can result in severe injury or even in death. Whether you need assistance settling a claim or configuring a lifetime of medical and personal assistance after a disabling injury caused by a reckless or negligent driver, an experienced attorney is your legal advocate. Your attorney can help protect you and pursue your right to fair compensation.
When do you need legal help? Consider the following points:
When you have suffered a personal injury in a car accident in North Carolina, be sure to speak with an attorney or a law firm that works specifically on injury matters. If you know lawyers who practice in areas other than personal injury, ask for a referral rather than for their own legal advice. It’s important to choose an attorney with a successful history litigating automobile crash cases.
Whether you need assistance with settlement negotiations or legal support when you suffer serious injury, the Lanier Law Group, P.A. offers full-service support and strong legal advocacy. Call us at 855-234-7619 or contact us today for a free consultation about your case.
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