Accident Attorneys in Raleigh & Fayetteville
We help victims of North Carolina accidents collect compensation they deserve. With car accidents happening every five seconds in the United States, the law is there to protect the injured party from senseless loss due to the carelessness of others. There are many other accidents and acts of negligence that cause innocent people to suffer injuries, illnesses, or losses due to no fault of their own. Our North Carolina accident lawyers manage claims not only for the victims of car and truck accidents, but product defects, medical malpractice, slip-and-fall premises liability incidents, and insurance disputes.
Accidents can happen anywhere. Our communities rely on North Carolina's roads for work, family, and leisure--and we rely on the law should an accident occur here. The coastal areas on the barrier islands and the beaches near Wilmington are full of fun and adventure--and every year there are drowning accidents, boat accidents, and other tragedies that require responsive legal counsel, litigation, and in fatal events--wrongful death claims. Every year the North Carolina State Fair accidents and injuries remind our friends and family that risk is everywhere.
Vehicle accidents are not always the fault of the driver. Defective automobiles account for many personal injuries and wrongful deaths on the roads today. Automobile malfunction is a serious problem. These types of claims need a team of experts to have a favorable outcome. That's why when you call Brent Adams & Associates you call on more than an attorney. You can expect a team of experts backing you from every related field, waiting in the wings to research, examine and investigate.
The Raleigh and Fayetteville accident lawyers at Brent Adams & Associates will help protect your rights. Negotiating alone or waiting for the insurance company to make an offer can be a frustrating and drawn out over time, and can end up costing a fortune. Inexperience does not fully protect your valuable rights.
Accident cases can at times be handled in a simple process. But cases involving substantial injuries with questionable insurance coverage on the part of the responsible party are complicated. Some attorneys will put forth a limited effort on your behalf and encourage you to accept a low settlement. Our lawyers explore every avenue to ensure you receive the full recovery for which you are entitled. Please fill out our free case evaluation form and someone from our office will be in touch with you shortly.
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