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How does NC accident insurance work?  Who pays if I was hurt in North Carolina?  

by Danny Glover, OBX Accident Attorney and Outer Bank Personal Injury Lawyer

Not having enough accident insurance can present quite a problem.  That is especially true if you are the one who caused the car accident (OBX lawyers call that “at fault” or “legal liability”) and are subject to claims for negligence in North Carolina.


Where do I file an insurance claim?  Can I sue for an out of state accident?

By Danny Glover Jr, Elizabeth City NC Car Accident Lawyer, Trucking Accident, and OBX Motorcycle Accident Attorney

If you were involved in an “accident” in North Carolina, normally that is the state where a legal claim for damages would be made.  While there are certain exceptions, a good general rule of thumb is this:

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After an OBX wreck, what happens to my car?  Who pays for vehicle damages?  Am I required to get my car fixed after an accident?

One of the more immediate concerns after an Outer Banks car accident is dealing with getting your car repaired.  Even with a rental, which may be an option in some instances, it takes time to review the damages and schedule work to be performed.  It also may take more than one shop, especially if there is substantial frame damage, bodywork, and the need for painting.

While a lot of focus is understandably placed on personal injuries, medical care, and outstanding medical bills, lawyers also provide legal representation for property damages, vehicle repair, valuation of the loss, and depreciation after a wreck.


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?

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?
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