The personal injury attorneys at Holt, Longest, Wall, Blaetz & Moseley have experience successfully helping injured clients recover just compensation for losses resulting from auto accidents, medical malpractice, unsafe products, dangerous drugs, slips and falls, and unsafe work conditions. We also represent people with workers compensation and Social Security disability claims.
All persons who operated a motor vehicle in the United States are required to have liability insurance. This insurance is a source of fund to compensate people who are injured and heirs of people who are killed by the negligence of other drivers. Similarly, most businesses carry premises insurance to compensate people who are injured by an act of negligence at the business.
Negligence in the operation of motor vehicle means that the driver breached a statutory or common-law duty by speeding, running a stop sign, passing illegally, drinking and driving, failing to yield the right of way, etc.
In order to form the basis for a cause of action for personal injury, the negligent act must be the proximate cause of injury or damage. “Proximate cause” is a cause which is natural, continuous, reasonably foreseeable, and direct.
Therefore, insurance companies defend based upon the contentions that:
I have the experience to help you evaluate your claim, preserve evidence, and vigorously pursue compensation for your damages. Damages include your medical bills, pain and suffering, temporary or permanent disability, disfigurement and scars, lost wages, and fair market value of your property.
You can help yourself. Take photographs. Keep a journal. Save receipts. Seek qualified medical care. Do what your doctor tells you. Although your attorney cannot resolve your case until you have reached maximum medical improvement, the sooner you contact your attorney, the better.
Our law firm represents families in lawsuits involving:
We know the profound impact the loss of your loved one has had on your life, which is why we devote substantial resources to every wrongful death case we take. We employ private investigators and work with expert witnesses to ensure every case receives the attention and resources it deserves. We carefully collect and preserve evidence from accident scenes, and we seek out any witnesses to obtain their testimonies. We explore all options when building your case to make certain you receive the maximum compensation possible under North Carolina law.
In some cases, our attorneys can arrange to visit your home or hospital to ensure timely investigation and filing of your claim. If you or a loved one has been injured, call 336-278-1094 or contact Holt, Longest, Wall, Blaetz & Moseley online to schedule an initial consultation.