North Carolina Car Accident Lawyers
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 can I pay for my medical expenses after a car crash in NC?
- How do I get paid for being out of work?
- How do I prove another driver was texting-while-driving?
- Who is covered under my insurance in an accident? Anyone driving with me or only my family? What if I wasn't driving my own vehicle in the accident? Raleigh car accident lawyer Brent Adams explains in his video about persons covered under your NC car insurance.
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 involve 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 car accident lawyers in Raleigh, Fayetteville and Dunn represent victims of all types of vehicle accidents including:
- ATV and quad accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Bus accidents
- Drunk driving accidents
- Scooter and moped accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Rental car accidents
- Taxi and limousine accidents
- Train accidents
- Truck accidents (including 18 wheelers)
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.
Blog for Automobile Accidents
- Apps Reward You for Not Touching Phone While Driving
Description: Distracted driving accidents are often attributed to cell phone use. Now another new app rewards drivers who leave their phone alone while driving.
- Texting Radar Gun
Description: Instead of issuing speeding tickets with a radar gun, this new model detects texting drivers.
- New Technologies Make Bicycles Safer
Description: Bicyclists have more technology at their fingertips that helps prevent accidents on the road.
- Driving Risks With Electric Cars
Description: Electric cars and hybrid vehicles are popular choices for environmentally-conscious drivers, but as with any vehicle, there are safety concerns.
- Texting While Walking Accidents Most Common Under Age 25
Description: Emergency room visits related to pedestrian accidents consistently involve individuals under the age of 25.
- Most Dangerous Places to Drive in North Carolina
Description: New reports show county-by-county where the most accidents occur in North Carolina.
- NC Seat Belt Use Drops: How Effective Are Seat Belts?
Description: New reports show North Carolinians are not wearing seat belts as much. Although this is illegal, it's drawing attention to the effectiveness of seat belts.
- Apps to Help Prevent an Accident for Your Teen Driver
Description: Car accidents are the leading cause of death among teenagers. Here are a couple of smartphone apps to encourage safe driving habits for teens.
- New App to Help Choose Safer Car
Description: The NHTSA's new app makes it easy for consumers to check vehicle safety ratings, compare cars, and receive safety recalls, all on their iPhone or iPod Touch.
- Bike Share Program Liabilities
Description: Bike sharing programs around the country open a potential injury risk. How is North Carolina affected?
- Vehicle Safety Features of Today and Tomorrow
Description: Attorneys outline the latest advances in auto engineering that are making the road safer for drivers, passengers, and pedestrians.
- Most Fatal Day of the Year for Drivers
Description: The deadliest day of the year for drivers is not New Year's Day, St. Patrick's Day, or Memorial or Labor Day - it is consistently the 4th of July.
- How Dangerous is Texting While Walking?
Description: The new reports show over 4,000 annual pedestrian accident deaths may be a result of emailing or texting while walking.
- You May Be at Risk of Injury After Your Accident
Description: Faulty collision repair work could put you, passengers in your vehicle, and other drivers on the road at risk for injuries. Learn how to spot bad repairs.
- Smart Ways to Use Your Smartphone After an Accident
Description: Injured accident victims have so many more tools available now than ever before at their fingertips to help them build a strong case.
- Think You’re Safe in an SUV? Study Says No
Description: More than likely, with the popularity of mini SUVs and large SUVs today, victims have been in an accident that involved an SUV.
- Start a Car Accident Lawsuit in Raleigh
Description: Curious how to start a car accident case in Raleigh? Our Wake County injury lawyers explain the process and requirements here.
- Safe Driving for Seniors: Leave Pets at Home
Description: A new study shows that senior citizens double their risk of a car accident if they drive with their pet in the vehicle.
- 3 Ways to Prevent Injuries for Rear Seat Passengers
Description: Passengers who sit in the rear seat of vehicles are at risk for different injuries in a car accident. Learn how to help reduce the effects of a collision.
- Think You're Safe Using Voice-to-Text While Driving? Study Says No
Description: Is texting while driving just as dangerous as using voice-to-text services? Voice-to-text is actually more dangerous. Here's why: