Car Accident Lawyers Representing North Carolina Injured Victims
Protect yourself and your family after a car crash or truck accident by reading Raleigh car accident lawyer Brent Adams' book about mistakes to avoid after your accident. The book is free to all injured persons. Our attorneys have helped hundreds of clients obtain millions of dollars for their car crash claims. Brent Adams' book explains:
- Did I really need a car accident lawyer to help me with my car wreck claim?
- How do I choose the best auto accident lawyer for my case?
- How do I deal with my doctor?
- How can I pay for my medical expenses after a car crash in NC?
- How do I avoid the mistakes that could cost me money?
- How do I deal with the car insurance adjuster?
- How do I get paid for being out of work?
At Brent Adams and Associates we investigate car wreck claims thoroughly and, when necessary, hire experts available in such fields as accident reconstruction, life care planning, rehabilitation, and economics to assure you collect the maximum recovery for your car accident claim. From our North Carolina injury law offices in Wake, Harnett, and Cumberland Counties, the most common personal injury cases we handle involves car accidents. Motor vehicle collisions often entail serious damage to both body and property, and our firm has built relationships with mechanical engineers, reconstruction experts, biomechanics, economists and other experts who can evaluate the circumstances of the accident and help you prove your case.
Our Raleigh, Fayetteville and Dunn injury lawyers represent victims of all types of vehicle accidents including:
- ATV accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Bus accidents
- Car accidents
- Drunk driving accidents
- Hit and run accidents
- Minivan accidents
- Moped accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Rental car accidents
- Scooter accidents
- Taxi and limousine accidents
- Train accidents
- Truck accidents (including 18 wheelers)
- Serious injuries frequently occur in motor vehicle collisions.
When a victim is killed in a motor vehicle collision, the victim's family can bring a wrongful death claim. Victims of North Carolina car accidents may suffer a number of injuries, including: Head and spinal injuries, broken bones, amputations, burns, paralysis, scarring and disfigurement, and more. Every case is different, but our approach is always the same: We know which federal and North Carolina injury and insurance laws work for you and we will fight to win you the best settlement possible.