The law requires each of us to act in a reasonable manner as to not cause injury to others. In many cases, there are specific statutes that proscribe the level of care we each must meet based on the circumstances. Failure to act as the law requires which results in injury to another is negligence.
If you have been hurt by someone else's negligent conduct, you are entitled to be compensated for the harm that person caused you. In many cases, those damages include past and future medical expenses, lost wages, permanent impairment, and past and present physical and mental suffering. The choices you make after you have been hurt may well be some of the most important decision you ever make.
We have all seen the billboards, watched the television commercials, and, now that you've been hurt, you have probably received a number of letters from attorneys in the mail. Many personal injury attorneys aggressively advertise; we do not. The good news is that you have options, but determining which attorney is the right fit for you may be confusing.
Our focus in each personal injury case is making the client whole. This starts by having a plan and communicating that plan to the client. It means making sure the client has access to appropriate medical care so he or she can be made whole physically. It means properly investigating the claim, consulting with and retaining the right experts early on in the matter, and properly documenting losses. Our job is to take care of each client and to ensure he or she makes a full recovery and we take that responsibility seriously.
We have experience representing clients who have been hurt in:
- Car Accidents;
- Trucking/Tractor Trailer Collisions;
- Premises Liability Matters;
- Slip and Fall Incidents;
- Dog Bite and Dog Encounter Cases; or as a result of
- Nursing Home Neglect or Medical Malpractice.
We handle most personal injury cases on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing unless we are successful in resolving your matter in your favor.
If you have been hurt as a result of the negligence of another person and you are interested in learning more about how we may help you, please get in touch with us by completing our online form or by calling us at (910) 725-0889.
Phone: (910) 725-0889
Fax: (910) 725-1626
The Historic Aberdeen Hotel Annex
106 West Main Street
Aberdeen, North Carolina 28315
Post Office Box 1334
Southern Pines, NC 28388