Suffering a serious injury may be one of the most stressful events of your life. It can restrict your ability to work and participate in activities you enjoy, and it can generate high medical bills. This process is even more frustrating when another party is responsible for your accident.
Fortunately, you may be able to pursue damages for your injuries. If you were injured, call the Curcio Anderson Law at 704-459-5539 for the dedicated assistance you deserve for your personal injury case. You can also contact us online. We will thoroughly evaluate your accident and advise whether it is in your best interests to file a personal injury claim.
Our accomplished legal team can help you with all aspects of your claim. We will work closely with you to ensure you understand your options, and then we will pursue the best outcome available in your situation. We have experience representing clients after a variety of accidents, including:
We can communicate with the insurance company on your behalf and protect your case from their attempts to dismiss your accident. Insurers look for opportunities to minimize settlement offers. We will fight for you to pursue the full compensation you deserve.
Typically, we can pursue compensation for medical bills, rehabilitation costs, lost wages, property damage, and pain and suffering. The amount that you recover will depend on what the jury determines based on your injuries, medical bills, future medical care, lost wages, and other financial losses.
Contact Curcio Anderson Law as soon as possible after your accident. In North Carolina, you have three years from the time of the accident to file your personal injury case, but we prefer to file your case much sooner. Prompt action allows us to gather key evidence and assist you as you face claims adjusters and other involved parties.
Call 704-459-5539 to schedule your free initial consultation. You may also contact us online.
We understand the uncertainty and anxiety that surround your legal concern. We will be with you each step of the way, answering questions and serving as a capable legal resource.