We Handle the Full Range of Personal Injury Claims
Aside from auto collisions, we represent injured clients in personal injury claims involving:
Third-party lawsuits — If you were injured at work due to negligence by a party other than your employer, you have the right to seek a personal injury claim against that party.
Slip-and-fall — We focus on only complex slip-and-fall cases — ones resulting in surgery or permanent disability. Our lawyers have held retail stores, supermarkets, restaurants, landlords and other entities accountable for damages from dangerous conditions, such as slick floors, falling objects, inadequate lighting, inadequate security or tripping hazards.
Serious dog bites — When animal attacks result in facial injuries, severe bite wounds or nerve damage, we can sue for damages to cover disfigurement, reconstructive surgery and medical care, disability and the emotional trauma of young victims. North Carolina law makes an owner liable for a dog that without provocation has killed or inflicted severe injury on a person. A dog is also considered potentially dangerous, and the owner potentially liable, if its bite has caused broken bones, disfiguring cuts or other injury requiring hospitalization. As with any legal situation, it is always best to consult with an experienced lawyer.
Catastrophic injuries — For injured victims suffering a brain injury, spinal cord injury, amputation, third-degree burn or other major injury, compensation needs to be adequate to cover years of medical care, rehabilitation and lost earnings. Our Winston-Salem personal injury attorneys often work with life-care planners and other experts to determine the future cost of medical care, home rehabilitation and other needs. We stand by you to recover damages including pain and suffering and lost quality of life.
Fatal accidents — We pursue wrongful death lawsuits resulting from a negligent incident at the hand of another party. Our fatal accident lawyers work with survivors to make a case for the loss of companionship, love, support and services, as well as the pain and suffering of the victim prior to death.