Hit and run accidents happen fast, leaving people frustrated, confused and perhaps even angry. It’s bad enough another driver caused your accident. Now, you have to deal with an accident caused by someone who fled the scene before exchanging vital, personal information. Hit and run accidents are considered criminal. Victims sometimes have difficulty getting compensation for hit and run injuries or property damage because sometimes the person to blame has already left the scene. Drivers may not stop because they don’t have auto insurance, a driver’s license, or they may have an outstanding warrant for their arrest. However, there almost never a good reason to not stop after being in an accident. If you are the victim of a hit and run accident in North Carolina: Don’t follow the driver. He or she may be dangerous. Call the police. Provide as many details as possible, including anything you can remember from the vehicle, such as license plate number. Talk to witnesses and collect their contact information. Take photographs of your car and scene of the accident. Contact the Law Offices of Richard Flexner. We can work with you and your insurance company to make sure you get the money you rightfully deserve for your accident. You didn’t do anything wrong. Why should you have to pay for someone else’s mistake?
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Serious legal issues demand serious attention. Don’t simply assume your problems will go away. Take action. Contact the Law Offices of Richard Flexner. Even the most seemingly straightforward legal cases can quickly become extremely complicated. That’s why it’s important that you have an experienced, knowledgeable Wilmington personal injury lawyer familiar with North Carolina’s complex legal system.
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- Causes of Car Accidents
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- Types of Accidents
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- What to Do After an Accident
- Dealing with Insurance Companies
- What Is Contributory Negligence?
- FAQs About Car Accidents In North Carolina
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If you’ve been injured in a car accident in North Carolina, it’s critical to contact us as soon as possible. If you’ve lost a loved one in an auto accident, we can help determine if there is a wrongful death claim and help address any legal issues.
Our team works on a contingency basis, which means you don’t pay unless we win. We can help hold reckless drivers responsible – contact us today to schedule your free consultation.Best of all, you pay nothing if you don’t win. That’s because we work on a contingency fee basis. No gimmicks. No games. Just straightforward, honest legal advice from experienced an experienced New Hanover County personal injury lawyer. Your case matters here. Call 1-800-FLEXNER (800-353-9637) and schedule a free consultation. We want to meet with you and hear all about your legal issues. We know you must have lots of important questions. Talk to us. Get free advice. That’s what we’re here for – to serve your legal needs. Get Flexner. We’re serious.