Winston-Salem Car Accident Lawyers
Helping You Recover Car Accident Compensation
Soon after an auto accident, insurance companies often come to people and offer them a small settlement. Before you sign anything, keep in mind that the less they give you, the more they keep for themselves. They may not have your best interests at heart.
At Maynard & Harris Attorneys at Law, PLLC, a large part of our practice is devoted to helping victims of auto accidents. Our Winston-Salem car accident lawyers can meet with you in a free consultation and tell you what kind of compensation you truly have coming. If you have a case, we will work for you on contingency, meaning that no attorneys' fees are charged until you get the money you deserve.
Contact our personal injury law firm for help with cases involving any of the following:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Uninsured and underinsured motorists
- Pedestrian/bicycle accidents
- Drunk driving accidents
Experienced Serious Injury and Wrongful Death Attorneys
Our firm takes special interest in representing clients suffering from catastrophic injuries and families mourning the wrongful death of a loved one. We have recovered compensation for clients suffering from all types of injuries, including back injuries, traumatic brain injuries, complex regional pain syndrome, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, and other chronic pain disorders.
Our car accident lawyers have served Winston-Salem and surrounding areas of North Carolina for more than 25 years. They have a thorough understanding of local laws. Attorney Douglas Maynard is a former insurance adjuster, and uses his knowledge and experience to take on insurance companies on behalf of injured people. You will work directly with him on your case; you will not be handed off to an inexperienced associate or assistant.
Were You At Fault for the Car Accident?
North Carolina is a contributory negligence state. This means that if you are injured, but also partially at fault for the accident, you cannot get compensation.
However, if someone else is totally responsible for an auto accident, you can collect. If you have permanent, serious injuries, you can get compensation for medical bills, scarring, and a lifetime of future treatment costs and lost wages.
In these cases, the Financial Responsibility Act (NC Statutes, Chapter 20) sets the minimum policy limits for recovery for bodily injury at $30,000 per person and $60,000 per accident. The minimum limit for recovery for property damage is $25,000 in one accident. We work hard to maximize the compensation you receive.
Contact Our Greensboro Auto Insurance Claim Attorneys
To speak with one of our car accident lawyers, free of charge, about your auto accident, contact our law firm today. We take all cases on contingency. We charge no attorneys' fees until a settlement or verdict is won.
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