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Do You Need a Car Accident Attorney in North Carolina?

The aftermath of a car accident can leave you traumatized, in pain, and struggling with financial strain. You may be unable to work, you may face a growing pile of medical bills, adding to the long list of challenges following the incident. A North Carolina car accident lawyer can help you handle everything you are going through and will...

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The Role of Evidence in North Carolina Car Accidents

A car accident lawsuit may help you win compensation, but you must prove your case first. Evidence is critical to proving a motor vehicle negligence claim and winning the monetary damages you deserve. An experienced personal injury attorney understands this well and utilizes their years of practice to investigate your case. With the right evidence, you can prove the...

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How Much Time Do You Have To File a Legal Claim Following a North Carolina Car Accident?

After a serious car accident, you are dealing with your physical injuries, the pain, and the economic fallout of what has happened. The last thing on your mind may be impending time limits to file a personal injury case. However, they are there and the time is ticking away. North Carolina’s statute of limitations for car accident cases is...

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Challenges in Calculating Pain and Suffering Damages in North Carolina

A terrible accident will cause more than just your physical injuries. It will also lead to significant pain and suffering. This can lead to both economic and non-economic costs from the emotional trauma and physical suffering you endure. Calculating pain and suffering damages comes with several challenges, but is best performed with the help of an experienced personal injury...

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How Is Fault Determined in a Car Accident in North Carolina?

After a car accident, one of the most important questions is “who was at fault?” This question determines a great deal, including who has to pay for the accident and in what amount. It may even determine whether the injured person can recover if they contributed to the accident in some way. An investigation into who was at fault...

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Is North Carolina a No-Fault State for Car Accidents?

North Carolina is not a no-fault state for car accidents. Our state is an “at-fault” state meaning that the insurance company of the driver at fault for the accident is responsible for paying monetary damages to the injured person. It also means that, in a personal injury lawsuit, you have the burden of proving that the other driver was...

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