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Personal Injury Cases in Greenville, NC

Every year, more than 90,000 people die in the United States as a result of unintentional injuries. If you have been recently injured as a result of the fault of another, contact our office to see if you have a claim for compensation for your injuries.

Personal Injury – An Overview

Personal injury claims arise out of injuries caused by the fault or negligence of someone else. Some of the most common types of personal injury or wrongful death cases arise out of automobile accidents, on the job injuries, boating accidents, slip and fall accidents, dog bitesnursing home neglectmedical malpractice, and product defects. In general, the goal of a personal injury action is to determine who was responsible and to compel the responsible party to compensate the injured person for the losses sustained. If you or someone you know has been injured by the careless actions of another, contact a personal injury attorney at our firm to find out how we can help you.

Reasons to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney

Personal injury attorneys are experienced with cases like yours and can tell you at the outset whether it would be worth your while to pursue your legal claim.

Most personal injury attorneys work on a contingency fee, which means that, if you do not recover compensation for your injury, then you will pay no attorneys’ fees.

  • A knowledgeable personal injury attorney will be objective about your case and will explain all options to you so that you can make an educated decision about the resolution of your case.
  • An experienced attorney will know whether your claim can be submitted to arbitration or some other form of alternative dispute resolution process.
  • An experienced personal injury lawyer can often deal most effectively and expediently with opposing counsel.
  • Personal injury lawyers are also used to working with insurance companies and will not be confused by their tactics or feel pressured to settle for an unsatisfactory amount.
  • Personal injury attorneys work hard to reach settlements that meet their clients’ needs as early as possible.
  • If a trial becomes necessary, a personal injury lawyer can zealously represent you in court.


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