Guiding Injured Clients Through The Legal Process
While there are many types of motor vehicles, accidents most commonly involve cars. The roads in North Carolina — city streets, county roads and highways — are typically crowded with cars and small passenger vehicles. Based on several factors, collisions involving these vehicles can result in serious injuries or fatalities.
At DeVore, Acton & Stafford, P.A., we have extensive experience representing injured clients following a serious car crash. With an office conveniently located in Charlotte, our personal injury attorneys are prepared to help clients in communities throughout North Carolina. Our team of dedicated professionals stands ready to fight for the full and fair monetary compensation our clients are owed after accidents involving:
- Drunk drivers
- Distracted drivers
- Fatigued drivers
- Reckless driving
- Tire blowouts
- Mechanical failures
- Debris on the road
We encourage injured drivers or passengers to schedule a free consultation at our firm. We can listen to the facts of your case, and provide the answers and legal guidance you need.
Car Wrecks Often Result In Serious Injuries
For those involved in a violent car collision, the resulting injuries might be life-changing. From having to build accommodations in their homes to living with the loss of a limb, catastrophic injuries can affect a victim in more ways than one. Our firm can help clients facing:
- Brain injuries
- Back injuries
- Neck injuries
- Crush injuries
- Internal injuries
Additionally, vehicle occupants might be thrown from the car and suffer secondary injuries such as road rash or other impact wounds.
Discuss Your Accident And Injuries
If you were injured or have lost a loved one in a car accident, it is crucial that you speak with a skilled attorney. At DeVore, Acton & Stafford, P.A., our vehicle collision attorneys can answer your questions regarding monetary compensation and represent you through the claims process. We can fight for your maximum compensation through negotiation with the insurance carrier or through traditional litigation should it become necessary. We encourage you to schedule a free consultation at our Charlotte office to learn more about your legal options.