Personal Injury Contributory Negligence

Contributory negligence is an older law that limits the compensation you can receive from your personal injury claim. Contributory negligence prevents you from being compensated for your injuries if you contributed in any way to your injuries.

At the moment, only a few states in the country continue to uphold contributory negligence laws. North Carolina is one of those states. South Carolina, however, has comparative negligence.

If you believe that contributory negligence will prevent you from recovering compensation, contact an experienced personal injury lawyer. An experienced personal injury lawyer will help you during your personal injury claim.

Contributory negligence is different from different types of personal injury negligence. Learn more about negligence and comparative negligence.

Contact the Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo, L.L.P. ® today for a free initial consultation. Our lawyers are experienced at handling contributory negligence cases, and they will assist you through the personal injury claim process.