Experienced Southern Pines Car Accident Attorneys
If you’re in a wreck in Moore County, contact our law firm to handle your car accident claim
Whether you were hurt in a car crash on US-1, US-501, or a side street in Southern Pines, the consequences of a single accident can stretch on for months or years. You have extensive medical bills, and your injuries have affected your ability to work and live your life. You deserve to be made whole again. We can help.
The last thing you need is to go up against an insurance company alone. Talk to a Southern Pines car accident lawyer at Brent Adams & Associates. We know North Carolina law, and we have the experience and resources to get real results for hardworking people who are injured in car accidents. Most importantly, we put our clients first every step of the way. Schedule your free consultation today.
Most dangerous Southern Pines intersections
Car accidents often occur at intersections. Certain intersections are more dangerous that others based on car accident data compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The most dangerous intersections in and around Southern Pines, North Carolina include:
- US Highway 1 and North May Street in Southern Pines
- US Highway 15/501 and Morgantown Road in Southern Pines
- US Highway 15/501 and Murray Hill Road in Southern Pines
- US Highway 1 and Pinehurst Avenue in Southern Pines
- North Sandhills Boulevard (US Route 1) and US Highway 15/501 in Aberdeen
Wherever your car accident happened in Moore County, make sure you fully understand your legal rights. Make sure you talk to an experienced Southern Pines car accident lawyer who can explain the legal options available to you.
We handle all types of car accident cases in Moore County
Car accidents happen for many reasons, but nearly all have one thing in common: another driver’s careless or negligent driving behavior. You may have been hit by a drunk driver or someone who was distracted or asleep at the wheel. The person who caused your crash may have been speeding or running a red light. You also may not know why your accident happened. All you know is that you’re hurting and need accountability and compensation.
That’s why we’re here. We will thoroughly investigate your car accident, including poring over accident reports and interviewing witnesses. If necessary, we’ll hire experts to help reconstruct what happened. Our goal is to find out who was responsible for your injuries, hold them accountable, and fight for full compensation for what you’ve lost.
We pursue full compensation for your car accident-related expenses
North Carolina’s “fault” insurance system means the person who caused your accident (and their insurance company) is responsible for paying your accident-related expenses. That’s not just the ambulance fee and emergency medical treatment; it’s every cost, even costs that might be years away. Those expenses may include:
- Past, present, and future medical expenses, including emergency treatment, surgery, physical therapy, medication, and medical devices.
- Lost income if you’re out of work due to your injuries or will not be able to return to work in the future.
- Modifications to your home or vehicle to accommodate a disability.
- Replacement services such as childcare, maintenance, or yard work.
- Pain and suffering, mental anguish, and emotional distress.
The bottom line: what happened wasn’t your fault, and you shouldn’t have to pay the price. An experienced Southern Pines car accident lawyer at our firm will fight for the full compensation you need and deserve.
How to get your Southern Pines car accident report
If you have been involved in a collision in Southern Pines, it’s important to get a copy of your North Carolina car accident report as soon as possible. This official report is called a Crash Report Form DMV-349.
It’s important to get a copy of this report because you need to make sure every detail in your report is accurate. Otherwise, you might have a hard time getting the money you deserve for all your accident-related expenses.
There are several different ways you can get a copy of your report. Depending on which law enforcement agency responded to your crash, you can request a copy of your report from:
- Southern Pines Police Department
- North Carolina State Highway Patrol (most likely from Troop H, which includes Moore County)
- North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles.
In each case, you will likely have to pay a fee to get a copy of your accident report. However, you can get your report another way. You can simply contact our Southern Pines law firm. We can obtain a copy of your report for you and explain it to you during your free consultation.
Act quickly to protect your legal rights after a car crash
You have rights under North Carolina law, but you have to act quickly to protect them. Important evidence can disappear and legal deadlines can expire. The insurance company will look for any excuse to pay you less than you deserve – or nothing at all. The sooner you get a Southern Pines personal injury attorney involved, the stronger your case will be.
Remember, you only have one chance to get full value for your car accident. Make the most of your opportunity with experience on your side. Contact us today and schedule your free consultation with a Southern Pines car accident attorney.