Huntersville, NC Car Accident Lawyer
North Carolina allows car accident victims to file injury claims against the drivers who hit them. If you were injured in a car accident, you may be able to get compensated for your medical bills, vehicle repairs, and other losses resulting from the crash. However, due to North Carolina’s strict laws – and resistance from insurance companies who are looking to save money – it can be difficult to get the compensation you deserve. The Huntersville car accident attorneys of Dewey, Ramsay & Hunt, P.A. know where the legal challenges lie, and are ready to put our decades of experience to work on your claim.
At Dewey, Ramsay & Hunt, P.A., we are trusted auto accident lawyers with more than 30 years of combined experience fighting for injury victims in Huntersville. Our skilled and experienced team of attorneys is dedicated to helping you understand your legal rights, holding dangerous drivers accountable, and maximizing the value of your accident claim. If you, your spouse, or a family member was in a car accident in Huntersville, our North Carolina injury law firm is here to help you take the next steps.
For a free legal consultation, contact us online, or call Dewey, Ramsay & Hunt, P.A. at (704) 490-4023.
Auto Accident Claims We Handle
Over decades practicing personal injury law in North Carolina, the attorneys of Dewey, Ramsay & Hunt, P.A. have investigated claims involving virtually every type of car crash and injury. Types of car accident claims our attorneys can assist you with include, but are not limited to, the following:
Types of Car Accidents
- Accidents caused by defective car parts
- Accidents caused by speeding
- Accidents caused by texting while driving
- Collisions with trucks or buses
- Drunk driving accidents
- Head-on collisions
- Highway accidents
- Intersection accidents
- Lane change accidents
- Left turn accidents
- Rear-end collisions
- T-bone accidents
Types of Car Accident Injuries
- Back injuries
- Broken bones and fractures
- Burn injuries
- Cuts and bruises
- Facial injuries
- Hand and wrist injuries
- Injuries caused by seat belts
- Neck and shoulder injuries
- Permanent scarring
- Soft tissue injuries, including whiplash
- Spinal cord injuries (SCI)
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI), including concussions
No matter what type of accident you were involved in, or what types of injuries resulted, our car crash attorneys have the knowledge and experience to build a stronger claim on your behalf.
NC Car Accident Settlements and Compensation
When you’re a crash victim, the bottom line is that car wrecks are expensive. Not only will you likely need to repair or replace your vehicle – additionally, you may be dealing with costly medical bills.
These expenses can be financially debilitating, especially if you cannot work while you are in recovery. Filing a car accident claim gives you the opportunity to be compensated for your losses, so that you and your family do not have to worry about how you will pay for your medical bills. Filing a claim also gives you the chance to hold the careless driver responsible.
Every state has different laws when it comes to fault and liability for auto accidents. North Carolina is an at “fault state,” which means that, as the injury victim, you are responsible for proving the other driver was at fault for the car wreck. Our attorneys can gather, analyze, and present evidence to support your claim, such as medical records related to crash injuries, photographs or surveillance footage of the accident or crash site, interviews with eyewitnesses to the collision, expert analysis from forensic investigators, and other information about the circumstances surrounding the accident.
If you can show that the other driver was at fault for the car wreck, you may be awarded compensation by a jury. However, it is uncommon for car accident claims to go all the way to trial. More frequently, the at-fault driver’s insurance company will agree to a settlement negotiated outside of court. The settlement negotiation process, which generally requires several months or more to complete, begins when you send the at-fault driver’s insurance company a “demand package” or “demand letter,” which outlines the facts of the claim and states the amount of compensation you are seeking. If the insurance company refuses to agree to a settlement of a reasonable amount, the next step is going to trial.