PERSONAL INJURY/CATASTROPHIC INJURY
Accidents can happen to anyone. Even minor accidents can have a lasting effect. An unexpected accident not only brings physical pain but extraordinary medical expenses and lost wages. It can be difficult to deal with insurance companies to be properly compensated for any injury or loss of work but understand that you do not have to go it alone, our experience attorneys will put your best interest first and help to put your needs first.
The firm’s legal team is prepared to investigate, negotiate, and / or litigate on your behalf with the full weight of their collective experience, resources, and determination to handle numerous serious injury cases such as:
- Traffic accidents caused by distracted or drunk drivers
- Auto accidents caused by speeding or other traffic violations
- Unsafe workplaces
- Defective or dangerous products
- Defective medical devices
Sometimes an accident can result in a catastrophic injury. A catastrophic injury results in physical damages that are severe enough to require serious medical procedures, long-term treatment, and/or lifelong medical care. A daily source of limitations, catastrophic injuries also subject victims and families to tremendous emotional, personal, and financial strains. If you or a family member has suffered a catastrophic injury during any type of auto accident, then you need experienced representation on your side of the legal arena.
Our attorneys take on all types of catastrophic injury claims and lawsuits including:
- Severe burns
- Brain injuries
- Head trauma
- Amputation/loss of limb
- Spinal cord injuries
- Paraplegia and quadriplegia
- Internal organ damage
We are ready to handle every challenge on your behalf to get you the maximum compensation possible. Our experience team will give you the compassion, support and reassurance need to navigate the aftermath of this tragic situation.
In North Carolina, you have three years from the date of the injury to file a suit against the person or entity responsible for the incident. If you fail to take legal action in this time frame, otherwise known as the state’s statute of limitations, it’s very likely that the court will dismiss your case and you’ll lose your opportunity to recover for any damages. Delaying this process can be detrimental to the outcome of your case, which is why it’s absolutely crucial that you contact a trusted attorney from our firm as soon as possible after an accident.
If you have been traumatized with any type of personal injury, please contact the Law Offices of Anna Smith Felts, PLLC to help you navigate through this process by calling 919.834.3790.
Let our experience be your guide