At The Nye Law Group, we understand that suffering from a preventable injury or the death of a loved one because of another’s actions can turn your life upside down.
Our Charlotte personal injury lawyers can help you hold the accountable party liable for his or her actions and fight for the compensation you need. We are committed to helping injury victims get back on their feet physically, emotionally and financially after an accident. With decades of experience recovering the compensation our clients deserve, we have the knowledge and resources to help you. Contact our experienced team today for a free consultation to learn more. We only work on a contingency fee basis and charge no fees unless you receive compensation.
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Because every personal injury claim is different, it is vital that you contact an experienced attorney to determine if you have a case and may be entitled to compensation. In North Carolina, most injury lawsuits are based on the theory of negligence. This means:
This can include a driver failing to obey speeding laws or a doctor failing to provide an acceptable level of care for a patient.
It is important to note, however, that if you are even partially to blame for the accident, you will not be able to recover any compensation, based on North Carolina’s pure contributory negligence law (Smith v. Fiber Controls Corp., 268 S.E.2d 504 (N.C. 1980)). There are some exceptions to this rule, with which our attorneys are familiar.
Through a free, no obligation consultation with our team, we will analyze the elements of your claim and help you determine if you have a legal case. We will advise you of all of your legal options and help you choose the route that is best for you.
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Most injury claims will initially be handled by an insurance company, either yours or the at-fault party’s. In the days and weeks following an accident and injury, the insurance company will investigate the incident and offer a settlement based what it thinks your injuries and damages are worth.
Often times these settlements are rushed and provide the least amount of compensation possible, which may not adequately cover the full expenses associated with your injuries.
By contacting a personal injury lawyer from the very beginning, we can advise you of what you should and should not say to the insurance company in order to benefit your claim. We can even handle all negotiations with the insurance provider to help ensure you get the maximum compensation you deserve.
In many cases, it may be necessary to file a personal injury lawsuit seeking additional compensation. Our accomplished team will be able to guide you smoothly through that process.
From your very first consultation with our firm, our Charlotte personal injury lawyers will work directly with you to investigate and build your case. We place the needs and best interests of our clients at the forefront of everything we do and will work tirelessly to help you recover the compensation you need.
We utilize a vast network of experts and resources to help determine the exact cause of your accident, the full extent of your injuries and the full cost your injuries will have on your future to help make sure you receive the maximum compensation you will need.
We will not settle a case if it is not in your best interest, and we are prepared to take any case to court if it means we can help you get what you deserve.
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We know that the overwhelming consequences of an accident can leave you with mounting medical expenses and other bills. Although filing a personal injury lawsuit cannot change what has happened to you, it can help provide you with the finances you need to move on with your life.
Victims may be able to recover compensation for:
Only an accomplished team of Charlotte personal injury lawyers will be able to determine the maximum compensation you deserve and build a case that warrants that amount of compensation. Our team has recovered millions on behalf of our clients and understands what it takes to get a favorable verdict or settlement for you.
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It is important to note that you only have a limited amount of time to file a personal injury lawsuit in North Carolina. The state’s statutes of limitations require that an injured person file a personal injury lawsuit within three years of the date of the injury or from when the person first noticed the injury. If the victim misses this period of time, they lose their opportunity to bring a claim and recover compensation.
However, if you have lost a loved one because of wrongful death, you must file a claim within two years of the person’s death.
If your injuries were caused by medical malpractice, you also only have two years to file a claim. The accrual of this time begins either from the date of the injury or from when the injury becomes apparent to the victim.
You also have three years to file a claim against the state government if a government entity or representative is liable for your injuries. These claims must be filed with the Industrial Commission within three years of the injury, according to N.C. Gen. Stat. section 143-299.
Our Charlotte personal injury lawyers are well-versed in North Carolina’s statutes of limitations and will guide you in making sure your claim is filed on time.
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All of the Charlotte personal injury lawyers at The Nye Law Group work on a contingency fee basis. This means we charge no upfront fees or any costs at all unless you recover compensation. We also offer every new client a free consultation with our team to help you determine your legal options.
If you or someone you love has been injured because of another’s negligent, careless or intentional actions, our Charlotte personal injury lawyers can help you file a personal injury claim seeking the compensation you deserve.
Do not hesitate to contact The Nye Law Group today for a free, no obligation consultation to learn more about how we can help you.