Did you sustain a serious or life-threatening injury as the result of someone else’s negligence or incompetence? Did this injury cause you to lose work or owe a large sum of money in medical bills and various other expenses? If any of these things happened to you, the Hickory personal injury attorneys at DeMayo Law Offices are here to ensure you receive the compensation you are owed.
Severe injuries are caused by accidents nearly every day in the state of North Carolina, whether they result from a motor vehicle accident, a dog bite, a dangerous drug, or a defective product. While some accidents are unavoidable, in many cases, accidents result from other individuals’ poor decisions or carelessness, and the resulting injuries can have catastrophic consequences.
When it comes to your safety, you will naturally take every possible precaution to save yourself from sustaining any type of serious, life-threatening injuries. However, your safety is not always a priority to others. They may make thoughtless or reckless mistakes that could result in you or a loved one being severely injured or even killed in unimaginable circumstances.
When you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence, you are entitled to receive compensation for a number of reasons. You will need ample financial assistance when it comes to the medical bills that tend to stack up at a rapid pace. You will also need to continue to provide for yourself and your family. If you are seriously injured and lose your job, the Hickory personal injury attorneys at DeMayo Law Offices will make it our mission to ensure you are not burdened by financial strain following a serious injury.
Experiencing a serious injury is one of the most traumatic things any person can go through. While we cannot take back the horrible occurrences that lead to your injury, we will fight to make sure your best interests are properly represented. Contact DeMayo Law Offices right now at (877) 529-1222 or fill out the online contact form to begin the process of filing your personal injury claim and receiving the financial compensation you or your loved one are entitled to.
When Do I Need a Personal Injury Attorney?
If you or someone you love have sustained any type of injury following an accident you believe to be the fault of another individual, one of the first things you should consider is hiring an attorney to best represent you. Most accidents or incidents that result in serious injuries will require the specialized knowledge and skills of a personal injury attorney to make sure you get the appropriate financial compensation.
When dealing with a personal injury claim, every situation is unique. It’s important to choose someone with the right skill set who will know how to proceed and secure compensation in the full amount. Some things to consider when deciding whether or not to contact an attorney are:
- The severity of your injury: If you were severely injured in your accident, you should contact an attorney immediately. Medical bills are likely piling up, and you may be facing lost wages, as well as pain and suffering. If the injury caused you to lose your job, hiring an experienced attorney could save you and your family from experiencing a lifetime of financial stress and damages. An experienced attorney will fight for the compensation needed to make you whole again.
- Your claim has been denied by the insurance company: While the entire purpose of an insurance company is to protect you, insurance companies are for-profit organizations who will try to reduce your payout as much as feasible, or deny your claim altogether. Insurance companies also can delay your claim, leaving you in financial limbo while medical bills roll in. Most companies are aware that you may not know exactly how the system works, which could lead them to take advantage of you.
- Multiple parties were involved: If multiple parties were involved in the accident and more than one individual may be responsible for your injuries, we will work diligently to make sure you receive the appropriate compensation from every party involved. You may be additionally concerned that fault is unclear in your accident. Our firm will launch a full investigation into your accident to determine fault and build a strong case on your behalf.
When you consult with a skilled personal injury attorney at DeMayo Law Offices, L.L.P., we will fight for your rights when the at-fault party or their insurance company fails to do the right thing in order to save money on their end. Consulting with a lawyer regarding your case will come at no charge to you. So, setting up a free consultation with DeMayo Law Offices, L.L.P. is a simple, yet vital step to take regarding your case.
Why Pick DeMayo Law Offices, L.L.P. to Handle Your Personal Injury Claim?
The personal injury attorneys at DeMayo Law Offices, L.L.P. have been successfully representing clients since 1992, and we opened our doors in Hickory in 2004. We care about the community, and we have the resources, experience, and knowhow needed to represent you when you need it the most. The only thing you or your loved one should be worried about following a traumatic accident is getting better. Leave the stress of protecting yourself against counterclaims or insurance companies to us.
DeMayo Law Offices, L.L.P. has over 100 dedicated legal professionals spread across three offices in North Carolina who will make sure your needs are met and dealt with in the most timely and convenient manner possible. Our dedicated staff has over 150 years of combined experience handling every kind of personal injury claim imaginable.
DeMayo Law Offices, L.L.P. has represented thousands of personal injury claims for the nearly three decades we have been in business. We stand ready to fight for you or your loved one as soon as the unthinkable happens.
What Types of Personal Injury Claims to We Handle?
Throughout our history, DeMayo Law Offices, L.L.P. has represented nearly 100,000 personal injury cases, involving a multitude of accident types. We have the skills to take on any claim, no matter how intricate or difficult it may be. Our attorneys’ depth of experience and detailed knowledge of personal injury law in North Carolina will let you rest easy, knowing you are in good hands when it comes to personal injury litigation. We take on many types of injury cases, including, but not limited to:
- Car accidents
- Wrongful death
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Workers’ compensation
- Catastrophic injuries
- Nursing home negligence
- Social security disability
- Dog bites
- Premises liability (slip and falls)
- Product liability
- Dangerous drugs
- Defective medical devices
While this comprehensive list covers some of the most common personal injury cases, do not worry if yours is not listed. DeMayo Law Offices, L.L.P. is prepared to represent you even in the most unique and unusual injury cases. We are fully capable of taking on most personal injury claims that come our way.
How Common Are Personal Injuries?
Personal injuries can result from many different yet completely preventable situations. One of the most common types of personal injury accidents is motor vehicle crashes. According to the North Carolina Department of Transportation, the state saw 318,043 accidents on its roads in 2019 alone; 125,273 of these incidents resulted in injuries.
While injuries sustained on the road are incredibly common, they are only the second most deadly in the country. When it comes to preventable injuries, more people in the United States die from poisoning every year than any other preventable injury, according to the National Safety Council. Over 62,000 people died from poisoning in 2018. The third most deadly type of preventable injury are falls; more than 37,000 people died from falls in 2018. North Carolina alone saw over 6,000 preventable deaths in 2018.
Without proper legal representation following an unfortunate injury or death, the victims and their families could face horrible financial difficulties. This, in addition to the unimaginable pain of losing a loved one or seeing them suffer through a serious injury that could have easily been prevented.
Our attorneys at DeMayo Law Offices, L.L.P. are dedicated to serving you following devastating, avoidable accidents. While the person who caused you harm was not concerned with your well-being, our attorneys will make you our number one concern, guaranteed.
What Kind of Compensation Should I Expect From My Claim?
Expenses will pile up swiftly and immediately following your injury. That is why DeMayo Law Offices, L.L.P. will fight to ensure you are covered for any expected or possibly unexpected bills that come your way. You should not have to face financial difficulties while you are recovering from an accident that was the fault of another person. We will fight for you to receive the funds you are entitled to under North Carolina law, such as:
- Lost wages
- Medical bills
- Property damage
- Physical and mental suffering
- Emotional distress
If the unthinkable does happen and your loved one is killed in an accident, DeMayo Law Offices, L.L.P. is here to help in those cases as well. The last thing you need to worry about when grieving the loss of a loved one is how to pay for the expenses that came as a result of their death. There are several things you could be compensated for after losing a loved one in a tragic, yet preventable accident, such as:
- Final medical expenses
- Funeral costs
- Loss of income
- Loss of insurance benefits
- Emotional pain and suffering
Get in Touch With an Experienced North Carolina Personal Injury Lawyer Today
If you or a loved one are the victims of someone else’s negligence, you are entitled to compensation. Let the Hickory personal injury attorneys at DeMayo Law Offices, L.L.P. put together a fast and effective legal strategy to get you the money you are entitled to.
Call DeMayo Law Offices, L.L.P. at (877) 529-1222 or fill out an online contact form for a free consultation and to begin the process of acquiring the financial compensation you deserve after a tragic accident.
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