Below, the Lanier Law Group, P.A. answers questions that are asked quite frequently in relation to personal injury law:
What is personal injury?
Personal injury is a niche area of law that governs accident and injury cases. When people have suffered damages, whether physical, emotional or financial, they have the right to file a personal injury claim if their damages can be attributed to third party negligence.
What compensation can be received for a personal injury claim?
Generally speaking, there are two types of damages people can receive: compensatory and punitive. Compensatory damages are meant to cover people's hospital bills, lost wages and property damage. Punitive damages are awarded for people's pain and suffering and emotional trauma.
Do I need a personal injury lawyer?
Yes, you absolutely need a personal injury lawyer if you are planning to file a claim. It is well-known that when people have a litigator on their side with immense personal injury law experience, they stand a better chance of winning or settling their claims.
If you have been injured in the state of North Carolina and would like to discuss your legal options, contact the Lanier Law Group, P.A. to speak with a North Carolina personal injury attorney from our team.
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