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Motor Vehicle Accidents

Motor Vehicle Accident Attorneys in Greenville, North Carolina

Protecting the Rights of the Seriously Injured In and Out of the Courtroom.

Have you been injured in a motor vehicle accident due to the negligence or fault of another? If so, the law firm of Hardee & Hardee can help.

Our attorneys have more than 70 years of combined legal experience handling personal injury and wrongful death claims resulting from motor vehicle collisions. We are car accident attorneys in Greenville who have prosecuted cases, in and out of court, from the triangle to the coast.

These cases can be complicated. In addition to issues concerning negligence and damages, these cases often have insurance issues dealing with underinsured motorist coverage, uninsured motorist coverage, and medical payments coverage. All of these coverage issues need to be carefully analyzed in every case.

In addition to injury and death claims resulting from accidents involving passenger vehicles, trucks, motorcycles, tractor-trailers, and all-terrain (ATV) vehicles, these claims may also result from accidents involving bicyclists and pedestrians. In addition, these claims often arise out of on-the-job injuries.

In every case, it is our goal to do our best to obtain the compensation the client may deserve for his or her losses and damages. We are car accident lawyers in Greenville who want to put our skill and experience to work for you.

For a free consultation with an experienced personal injury or wrongful death lawyer, contact us at 1-888-757-1998. Home, hospital and nursing home visits are available for your convenience, along with flexible appointment times.

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