If you have been in a rear-end accident and it wasn't your fault, you might be able to seek compensation for any injuries or damages. Rear-end accidents can cause minor to severe injuries. You may suffer from whiplash, PTSD, traumatic brain injury, back pain, and so much more. Contact a rear-end accident lawyer to learn about your case and what you might be able to recover. You shouldn't have to suffer emotionally, physically, and financially. There is help for you. Contact us today.
Hiring a rear-end accident lawyer will help ensure you get the most compensation possible. Once hired, we establish liability and how the liable party caused your injuries. Your job is to heal, rest, and focus on regaining your life as much as possible.
In some cases, the rear driver’s brakes fail, potentially turning car accident cases into products liability claims. However, rear-end collisions occur more frequently when rear-end drivers ignore the road.
With decades of experience, our car accident attorneys have proven fault against motorists in distracted driving claims involving:
Our law firm has extensive experience proving fault in rear-end collisions when motorists follow vehicles too closely or drive at unsafe speeds. We have the skills and legal resources to hold at-fault drivers responsible for their actions, even when liability is initially unknown.
The Law Office of John M. McCabe takes all personal injury cases on contingency. Contingency means we will cover all the case costs and will not charge any fees unless we win you a settlement. If we don't win, you don't pay. Contingency ensures we work hard for your case and that you don't have any more out-of-pocket expenses during an already difficult time. We also offer contingency for our:
Your settlement for your case will depend on many variables. Depending on the extent of the damage to your car and how badly you and any passengers were injured, your settlement can range from a few hundred dollars to the total threshold limits of the insurance company. Additionally, if we find a third party liable (a brakes manufacturer, for example), the settlement can be significant. You can count on us for rear-end accident help.
If you have been in a rear-end accident, there are essential steps to take for your well-being and your case should you file a lawsuit.
One of the most important things after a rear-end accident is to contact the police. The police will file an official report that you can use in court and also help you immediately after if there are injuries or you need to go to the hospital.
If it is safe to do so, gather witness contact information that your rear-end accident lawyer will need to set up your case.
Not only is seeking medical care important but seeking it as soon as possible is just as important. If you delay seeing a doctor, jurors of the liable party may wonder why. Additionally, many rear-end accident injuries don't show symptoms until weeks later. Seeing a doctor immediately will ensure your well-being.
Before you talk to insurance companies or liable parties, you must talk to a rear-end accident lawyer. We will talk to insurance companies on your behalf and fight rigorously for the most compensation possible. Contact us today to get started.
Motor vehicle accidents often occur quickly, leaving accident victims little time to brace for the accident. If you remember little from the rear-end collision, your chances of securing a financial recovery are not over. Our legal team has access to industry-leading experts, including accident scene deconstructionists, available to help us identify the causes of rear-end collisions in North Carolina.
We will pursue a full financial recovery against all at-fault parties to help you recover compensation for any medical expenses, lost wages, or pain and suffering. We know you don’t want to profit off the car accident, but we want you to be able to move forward without worrying about covering any financial loose ends from the rear-end collision.
North Carolina is one of only four states with contributory negligence. Contributory negligence means that any plaintiff just 1 percent at fault cannot recover compensation for injuries stemming from a personal injury accident. Insurance companies frequently use contributory negligence to challenge our clients’ recovery options. We have decades of experience handling personal injury claims in North Carolina. Our legal team will take every measure possible to protect your right to help you recover the compensation you are entitled to.
If you have been in a rear-end collision accident, talk with one of our lawyers as soon as possible to get the necessary information. Whether your car accident claim involves an airbag injury or property damage, we have the skills and legal resources to preserve your best interests. <