Car Accident Lawyers

Automobile accidents are among the leading cause of personal injury and death in the United States. Motor vehicles are an inextricable part of American history and daily life, and many people fail to realize that they are responsible for safely operating a large and potentially dangerous machine each time they get behind the wheel. Perhaps because so many people take for granted the amazing transportation abilities of automobiles or because they drive so frequently, many drivers routinely exhibit unsafe driving practices. As a result, traffic collisions are extremely prevalent, occurring more than 6.5 million times during any given year, injuring nearly 3 million people, and resulting in tens of thousands of deaths.

There are many causes of road traffic accidents in the Triad, ranging from genuine mistakes to extremely unsafe driving practices. When car accidents occur as a result of another driver’s negligence, injured victims have every right to receive compensation for the injuries they suffered, and with our law firm can assist you in filing an auto accident claim for compensation. If you were involved in any of the following situations, you may be eligible to receive compensation by filing a personal injury claim.

  • Driver failed to obey traffic laws
  • Drunk Driving Accidents
  • Unsafe speeds or reckless driving
  • Uneducated or unlicensed drivers
Regardless of the specific cause of a car accident, liability will be determined according to who is at fault. Insurance companies have methods of assessing liability for car accidents, and will often use fault percentages in order to shift blame or prevent drivers from being held entirely responsible.. It becomes essential to the favorable resolution of your case that you have an experienced attorney on your side to prevent any unfair or inaccurate accusations of liability and to ensure that you will be fairly compensated.

There are multiple related citations in North Carolina. If you were to pay a Failure to Yield the Right of Way Ticket this would result in 4 Points on your North Carolina Driver’s License. Reckless Driving can also result in 4 Points on your Driver’s License. If you were to Hit a Vehicle and Drive Off, you’d be charged with Hit & Run, Property Damage Only, which is also 4 Points on Your North Carolina Driver’s License.

This is why you should contact our  – Guilford County & Randolph County – Greensboro, High Point & Asheboro Lawyers to help with your Car Accident Tickets.

Call us at (336) 379-0539  to schedule a free, in-depth consultation with our experienced lawyers.