Have you suffered a serious injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault? If so, an insurance adjuster may have already contacted you. Although insurance adjusters may seem friendly, remember that their priority is saving the insurance company money – not protecting your best interests.
Why should you call Younce, Vtipil, Baznik & Banks, P.A., after an accident that caused serious personal injuries? It’s simple: Because the insurance companies don’t want you to! Their goal is to make your claim go away as quickly and cheaply as possible – paying you nothing at all if they can get away with it. They know that studies show time and again that victims end up with more money if they get help from a Raleigh personal injury lawyer.
Don’t let the insurance companies get away with paying you less than you deserve for your claim. Get the personalized legal help you need today from NC attorneys with extensive experience in personal injury cases.
When you work with us, you can expect to work closely with a legal team that is dedicated to providing exceptional client service and unrelenting legal representation. We use a state-of-the-art case management system to make sure nothing falls through the cracks, and we make client communication a top priority. Most of our attorneys and staff members have been with the firm for a long time. That brings stability to your relationship with us, meaning you won’t have to get to know someone new each time you contact us.
For a free and confidential consultation about your personal injury claim, call us or fill out our online contact form now. You pay no attorney’s fee unless you collect compensation on your claim.
Types of Compensation You Could Recover From a Personal Injury Claim
Every personal injury claim is unique, and the types and amounts of compensation available depend on a wide variety of factors. How badly were you hurt? How high were your medical bills? How much time did you miss at work? How much insurance coverage is there? What sort of treatment and assistance will you need in the future? Did your injury leave you with permanent disabilities? The answers to these questions are among the many things that could affect your total recovery.
However, there are some general categories of damages that are often in play in a North Carolina personal injury lawsuit.