- Who caused the accident in North Carolina?
- Who is responsible for NC injury claims?
- What laws were broken?
Who’s at fault means, “Who caused the wreck” under the NC accident laws. Liability for accident injuries in North Carolina is related to negligence and the duty of care.
Determining who is legally liable for accident injuries in North Carolina requires careful review of the documentation of the wreck scene and causes of the NC accident case.
What happens if I was in a car wreck and driving a company car?
- What are the differences between a company car claim and personal car insurance claim?
- Do I need different insurance if I drive a company car?
What is my accident claim worth?
- What is my case worth?
- How will I find out how much my settlement will be?
Accident injury legal claims in North Carolina can get complicated. That’s because there often is a multi-step process for seeking money damages, including the possibility of Arbitration in North Carolina or mediated settlement process.
- What is the difference between Arbitration and a Jury Trial?
- How is arbitration decided?
What is the maximum amount of compensation I can get from a car accident?
- Is there a limit to my claim?
- Is there a minimum for my claim?
How Long Does It Take To Go To Trial?
- How long will the trial last?
- Will I need to testify?
What is Mediation? Is It Binding? Does It Work?
Mediation is a meeting, often times it is more informal, typically taking place in a law office or sometimes at the courthouse – Danny Glover
- There is no judge