A Wilmington Car Accident Lawyer Who Fights For You
A car accident can happen when you least expect it in North Carolina. Whether you're coming back from a day at Carolina Beach or traveling across the state coming back from the mountains, car accidents can derail your entire day or week.
Being involved in an auto accident can cause serious injuries and losses, which is why it's important to have a tough, experienced Wilmington car accident attorney by your side. At Flexner Houser Injury Law, you'll find experience you can trust, and we'll fight for your rights to get you the compensation you deserve for your injuries.
We help get compensation for clients who are fighting with car accident injuries, including:
- Nerve damage
- Head injury
- Internal injury
- Broken bones
- Spinal cord damage
- Other serious injuries or even death
Whether you were injured in a drunk driving accident, a hit and run, or any other type of car accident, we can help. With over 25 years' experience fighting for the rights of North Carolinians, Flexner Houser Injury Law has the experience and expertise to fight for you.
Frequently Asked Questions About North Carolina Car Accidents
If you've been in a car accident, you likely have questions about your rights and what to do next. To help, we've compiled a list of frequently asked questions about North Carolina car accident injuries. If you've got questions, the team at Flexner Houser Injury Law is here and ready to help. Contact us today for a no-obligation consultation on your situation.
- What should I do after my car accident?
- Should I call a lawyer after my car accident?
- How much will I get paid for my car accident?
- What should I do if I was hit by a car?
The primary thing after any car accident is to consider safety - while you should never leave the scene, you may need to move your car to a safe location. If you do have to move it, you should ensure that it will not endanger you or anyone else. You should also make sure to take pictures of how the cars looked after the crash and where they were positioned if safe.
Even if the other driver objects, you should always call the police to help protect your rights and have an official record of the incident. The officer will have experience dealing with these kinds of situations, and will obtain statements and collect evidence that may prove valuable as you work with the insurance company and potentially with your lawyer to pursue any compensation you may be due.
You should also be evaluated by a medical professional, even if you think you aren't injured. Many injuries will manifest themselves in the days following an accident, and if you aren't evaluated, you may be inadvertently signaling insurance companies that your injuries aren't serious. This could affect any compensation you receive, compared to if you were to seek treatment immediately and follow the doctor's orders.
Absolutely - contacting a lawyer to help fight for your rights is one of the most important things you can do after a car accident. Each situation is unique, and a lawyer can help determine liability and if you are entitled to compensation for your injuries.
Each accident is unique, and the amount of compensation depends on the specifics of your situation. If you are injured in a crash that isn't your fault, you may be entitled to compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.
Flexner Houser Injury Law Fights For YOU
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.