A severe bodily injury can change your life in the blink of
an eye. You could find yourself spending weeks recovering in a hospital or struggling to return to your place of employment. If another party caused your injury through negligence, they should pay for your resulting damages. A Lincolnton personal injury lawyer from Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, can help you take legal action to hold the at-fault party responsible.
In North Carolina, injured victims have many protections, and our job at Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, is to uphold those rights on your behalf. We understand that right now you might be struggling with financial obligations that impact your quality of life. To minimize your financial risk, we conduct services on a contingency-fee basis, meaning that we do not get paid attorney fees until the successful resolution of your claim.
To receive a free, no-obligation case evaluation with a member of our team, call Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, today at (828) 286-3866.
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Our Personal Injury Practice Areas in Lincolnton, North Carolina
At Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, we want to fight for you no matter how your injury occurred.
Even if you do not know if someone else was partly or fully liable for your injury, we want the opportunity to conduct an investigation and get to the bottom of what happened. You deserve to know who is responsible for your present situation and learn about what you can do to alleviate your stressors.
We want to hear from you after a personal injury. Whether you were in a car accident or injured in some other way, our team is eager to get to work for you.
Types of Personal Injuries
We can help you in many types of situations in which you suffered injuries because of someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing.
Please call us for a free, no-obligation case evaluation if you were injured in any of the following situations:
- Car accident
- Truck accident
- Motorcycle accident
- Bicycle accident
- Medical malpractice
- Construction accidents
- Dog bite
- Dangerous or defective drugs
- Defective products
Working on a construction site is a high-risk job. If you were injured while working at a Lincolnton site, our legal team can help you recover. Trust your construction accident attorney in Lincolnton to help you file a compensation claim.
Even if your situation does not appear on the above list, we may still be able to help. When you work with a Lincolnton personal injury lawyer, their goal will be to prove that because of a negligent party’s actions or inaction, you have sustained quantifiable losses in the form of medical bills, lost wages, and/or emotional trauma.
For a free legal consultation with a personal injury lawyer serving Lincolnton, call 828.286.3866
Your Time to File a Lawsuit May Be Limited
One of the most crucial parts of any personal injury case is how long ago the accident happened. This will provide a framework for how long you have to act under the state’s statute of limitations. Under §1-52, North Carolina imposes a three-year time limit for personal injury cases.
Depending on the details of your situation, you may not have a long time to act. If you do not act within the state’s guidelines, you will likely jeopardize your right to compensation through the court system.
We cannot emphasize how important this deadline is to your case. After you have sought initial treatment for your injuries, we encourage you to give Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, a call. Members of our team are standing by to hear from you. Give us a call today at (828) 286-3866.
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We Will Build a Case to Prove the Other Party’s Liability
In our years practicing personal injury law in both North and South Carolina, we have won settlements for many clients––victims of a wide array of injuries involving a broad spectrum of circumstances.
But what all personal injury cases have in common is that we must prove four elements in order to have a chance of recovering compensation.
For your case to be successful, we must collect evidence that demonstrates:
- The responsible party or parties owed you a specific duty of care.
- They violated their duty of care, either through negligence, carelessness, or maliciousness.
- Because they failed to uphold their duty of care, you suffered injuries as a direct result.
- You incurred economic and noneconomic losses from your injuries.
While you are recovering from your injuries, you may be curious to know if there is anything you can do to help your legal team establish negligence. One measure that can prove beneficial to your case is keeping all documents relating to your medical care, property damage, and other related losses. These items could be medical bills, receipts, or pay stubs.
You cannot sue another party on the basis of pain and suffering alone. You must provide other details relevant to your situation that establish financial losses.
We Help You Recover Fair Compensation for Your Damages
Many claimants ask us how much they can expect to receive for damages related to pain and suffering. Typically, the more severe your injuries, the more you can expect to receive for noneconomic damages subject to certain exceptions.
If your case is successful, you may be able to pursue the cost of:
- Both current and anticipated medical bills
- Lost wages
- Reduced earning capacity
- Property damage
- Pain and suffering
You may be able to seek the cost of items that we have not listed here. A Lincolnton personal injury lawyer can review the details of your case and determine what losses you may be able to recover through litigation.
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Call a Lincolnton Personal Injury Lawyer Today
The Lincolnton personal injury lawyers at Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, are ready to get to work on your case today. Regardless of how your accident happened or who was at fault, our goal is to provide the legal resources you need to start rebuilding your life.
To speak with a member of our staff and receive a free consultation, call us at (828) 286-3866.