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Insurance Companies Are Not On Your Side After Auto Accidents

Obtain our auto accident lawyers today if you or your loved one were in an auto accident. Insurance companies are in the business of protecting their best interests, not yours. At The Law Offices of John M. McCabe, P.A., in Cary, North Carolina, you are our priority. We offer experienced and compassionate legal counsel to help you get back on your feet.

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Call us at (866) 907-1145 24/7 to arrange to speak with a personal injury lawyer about your case, or contact us through the website today.

Decades Of Experience as Auto Accident Lawyers

Since 1994, our Raleigh auto accidents lawyers have advocated for good, honest, hardworking people in similar situations. We understand you are not interested in profiting from your personal injury accident. Our legal team is committed to helping you recover the compensation you are entitled to for any medical expenses, lost wages, property damages, and pain and suffering.

Auto Accident Lawyers With A Client-Driven Approach In Raleigh, North Carolina

At The Law Offices of John M. McCabe, P.A., our client commitment is reflected in our results. We have achieved dozens of six- and seven-figure settlements and jury awards. We are also known to treat our clients like family. We know that personal, caring service can be invaluable during uncertainty. When you select our auto accident lawyers, we will apply our client-driven approach to help you secure maximum compensation for the damages you endured from any type of motor vehicle accident such as:

  • Truck Accidents
    • Rollover Accidents
    • Truck Driver Fatigue
    • Overloaded Trucks
    • Failure to Maintain Trucks
    • Fatal Truck Accidents
    • Trucking Safety Regulations
    • Trucking Company Negligence
    • Causes of Truck Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Bus Accidents
  • Bicycle Accidents
  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Unsafe Roads
  • Heavy Equipment Accidents
    • Construction Vehicle Accidents
    • Commercial Vehicle Accidents
  • Delivery Vehicle Accidents

Our commitment to protecting auto accident victims’ rights is reflected in our work with the state’s legislature. We succeeded in changing personal injury laws in North Carolina to increase the damages cap to more than 300 percent. When you select our law firm, you can feel confident knowing we will advocate protecting your best interests at every turn possible.

How Much Do Auto Accident Lawyers Cost?

We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay nothing unless you win a settlement in or out of court. This contingency basis allows you to focus on getting better while we work hard on your case.

How Long Does The Auto Accident Case Take?

There is simply no way to know how long your case will take. There are so many variables at play that we cannot, in good faith, give you an estimate. However, we will better understand the time frames once the case is filed. You can trust that we will communicate often with you and let you know when there are updates.

What are The Different Types of Auto Accident Injuries?

Being in an auto accident is traumatic enough. However, when you add in physical injuries, it makes them even more difficult. If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident at no fault of their own, you may be eligible for compensation. Reach out to our team of auto accident lawyers today to get started.

Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are caused by the acceleration or deceleration that occurs in a car accident or in other incidents where you are violently shaken. For example, when you are hit by a motor vehicle at high speeds, your skull will be forced into the car's interior. This can cause severe damage to portions of your brain, resulting in serious injury or death.

Spinal Cord Injuries

Injuries to the spinal cord can be extremely severe. In some cases, paralysis may occur even though the spinal cord is still attached to the rest of your body. This is known as paraplegia or tetraplegia. You can protect yourself and your family by wearing your seatbelt.

Broken Bones

Broken bones are among the significant car accident injuries. These may occur in the arms, legs, hips, or shoulders. In many cases, they are caused by deceleration or the impact of a sudden stop. Common examples include broken knees and spinal fractures. Broken bones can significantly limit your ability to be mobile. Our auto accident lawyers will fight for you and your loved ones.

Torn Muscles

Muscle injury can be caused by various events, including falling, lifting heavy items incorrectly, and car accidents. The severity of an injury to your muscles will depend on the damage and how severely your muscles were stretched. The most severe injuries occur when a muscle is ripped from its attachment to your bones. This can cause significant blood loss, which may require surgery to repair.

Internal Organ Injuries

An auto accident injury can cause damage to your internal organs, including your liver, heart, or kidneys. For example, if you suffer a severe blow to your abdomen, it may cause internal bleeding. This may result in significant blood loss and injury to those organs. These injuries can be life-threatening.

Facial Trauma

Facial injuries are common in auto accidents and may include the eyes, ears, nose, and cheeks. If the facial bones are fractured or displaced, you may need surgery to repair them. Face injuries can also lead to excessive scarring and deformities in addition to disfigurement that causes impairment of your respiratory system.

Back Injuries

Back injuries are caused by the violent thrust that occurs when your body is thrown forward or backward. These injuries include various problems, including compression fractures, muscular issues, and ligament damage. If you suffer back injuries in a car accident, you may need immediate action to minimize the pain and permanent damage.


Burn injuries may happen in an auto accident if fuel spills on you and is ignited. You can also suffer burns from hot engine parts or dashboards exposed to your body after a car accident. If you are not wearing your seatbelt and hit the dashboard, this can cause severe burns over a vast portion of your body. Since these burns tend to be very serious, they may require surgery and skin grafting to repair the damaged tissues.

Call Or Email Us Today: Your First Consultation Is Free

We welcome the opportunity to talk with you about your vehicle accident case. To schedule a free initial consultation, contact our law firm online or call 919-899-9852 or toll-free at 866-907-1145.

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