Maybe you are the type of person who is hesitant to sue anyone. Still, you could be experiencing pain, suffering, and discomfort, dealing with piles of unexpected medical bills, time off work, and being confused about how to move forward.
Shouldn’t someone pay for what happened? Having a Personal Injury attorney is, unfortunately, a reality for ensuring you get what you deserve and what is right.
When you’ve suffered an injury, selecting the right personal injury attorney in the Rockingham County area can make all the difference. Being involved in an accident can leave you reeling and vulnerable, and even your own insurance provider can seem more like an adversary than an ally. Our Attorneys recognize the gravity of your situation and work tirelessly to secure the compensation you deserve. We’re dedicated to getting maximum results for our clients. Our rigorous preparation ensures that every case is treated like it’s headed to trial, delivering the most favorable outcomes possible. Let us take care of your insurance claim so you can focus on healing and moving forward.
We look forward to helping you. It doesn’t cost you a penny for us to help you.
The more information you have about your case, the stronger your claim will be. If you were injured due to another’s carelessness, contact our experienced North Carolina Personal Injury Lawyers to learn more about filing a claim.
Most Personal Injury Claims are Subject to a 3 Year Statute of Limitations: You must file a claim before a three year statutory deadline ticks away. Our Rockingham County personal injury attorneys will help you secure the evidence, build a case, and take the right steps to maximize your recovery.
Personal injuries caused by someone else’s negligence or wrongful conduct can be life-altering. You were healthy and vibrant one minute, and you were dealing with painful injuries, doctors’ appointments, and lost wages the next. Then, there is the emotional toll caused by your personal injury. You might feel angry at the person that caused the injury and depressed and anxious about your physical and financial issues.
To prove fault or negligence in a slip and fall case, the victim must prove that the person in charge of the property failed to act in a way that any reasonable person would in addressing the dangerous condition that led to the accident. In doing so, the victim and their legal team must find the answers to some relevant questions that include the following:
Was the hazardous condition present for a long enough time that a reasonably attentive person would have noticed and done something about it?
Did the person in charge of the property create the dangerous condition?
Did the property owner or manager know about the dangerous condition?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then the property owner or manager can be held liable because it can be determined that their negligence caused the dangerous condition to occur or persist. You should note that while you are intent on proving that the property owner or someone who works for them was responsible for the condition that led to the accident, they will be trying to prove that you were at fault instead.
The cause of the accident can help to determine who is liable for your Injury.
Some causes for a slip and fall accident include surface conditions such as:
Premises owners owe their invitees a safe experience when on their property. We fight to get you the compensation you deserve.
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If these things are what you are looking for in a law firm, then contact us to see how we can help you and your family.
Motor vehicle accidents
Pedestrian, motorcycle, and bicycle accidents
Workplace injury claims
We can also represent family members who have lost loved ones in any of the accident types listed above.
North Carolina is one of only 4 states that still hold onto the contributory negligence doctrine. This means that if you had any part in the accident causing your personal injury, your claims to compensation are null and void. Our experienced Injury Attorneys will look at the details of your case and create the best plan to recover your compensation.
We can help you recover the maximum compensation that you deserve. This can be used to help pay for lost wages, your medical bills and any pain and suffering you may have experienced as a result of the accident.
We help families in Rockingham County and the surrounding areas.
Locally, people come to us from Oakridge, Ruffin, Summerfield, Seagrove, Staley, McLeansville, Wentsworth, and throughout Guilford County.