At the Ramsay Law Firm, P.A., our Charlotte personal injury attorneys bring over 60 combined years of experience to each of our client’s cases, because we understand the challenges of dealing with an insurance company on your own.

Getting hurt in a car accident requires medical care, time away from work, and countless life-altering circumstances that impact each client we represent differently.

The reality is, your North Carolina auto accident is going to disrupt your life in unique ways, because you are not like everyone else. Your daily activities, family dynamics, and personal and professional life require you to be the best person you can be — physically and emotionally. A crash can take away your ability to be yourself in seconds. We want to help restore your confidence, starting with a free consultation.

Contact our Mecklenburg County auto accident lawyers today to learn how we can help.

What are the Major Factors Associated with Car Accidents in North Carolina?

Our Charlotte car accident lawyers know that no one leaves home or work each day expecting their life to be changed by a negligent driver who is speeding, intoxicated, or distracted behind the wheel.

Unfortunately, traffic crashes are a major part of travel in Charlotte and throughout North Carolina, and the majority occur during the day, when we are all sharing the roads. Last year, over 70% of all crashes occurred between 7:00 a.m. and 6:59 p.m., accounting for over 51% of the crash-related deaths throughout the state, according to the latest crash facts.

In fact, last year alone there was a nearly 13% increase in traffic crashes in North Carolina, with just over 247,000 accidents reported. There was also a nearly 13% increase in traffic accident fatalities, accounting for 1,658 lost lives, and a 16% increase in injuries, with over 105,000 people hurt.

What is more alarming is over 25% of all traffic fatalities were related to speeding, and nearly the same percentage of fatalities were caused by alcohol-related crashes. While these are not the only two types of negligence that cause accidents on our North Carolina roadways — they do account for approximately 50% of all traffic fatalities.

Whether you were one of the over one hundred thousand people injured in a North Carolina car crash, or if you have lost a loved one to another driver’s negligence, we are here to help you hold the at-fault party liable for your complete damages.

We seek solutions for all injury victims. Contact us today to learn more. 

How Severe Do My Injuries Have to Be to File a Car Accident Claim in North Carolina?

If you have been injured in a car accident in North Carolina, your personal injury case will be supported by how your injuries have impacted your day-to-day activities and your overall quality of life.

At the Ramsay Law Firm, we will strategically build your case to reflect how your unique accident and injuries have affected you, so your voice is heard, and your story is told.

The reality is, even broken bones — that may fully heal with time — can alter your ability to work, hold your children, go to the grocery store, or cook for yourself or your family. When your injuries are much more severe, your whole life can change in an instant, leaving your future uncertain.

We will build your personal injury case to meet your needs.

Do not let the insurance company decide whether your injuries are severe enough to file a claim. We will review your car accident, injuries, and overall recovery needs during a free consultation, so you will know right away if you are eligible to file a personal injury claim. Together, we will get to work on pursuing the best outcome for your complete recovery needs.

What Type of Compensation Can I Pursue for My North Carolina Car Accident Injuries?

With the help of our skilled car accident attorneys in Charlotte, we will outline your complete case to ensure all your damages are included in our claim before negotiations with the insurance company begin.

We will fully outline your financial compensation requirements, which may include:

  • Property Damage
  • Current and Future Medical Care Needs
  • Lost Wages and Diminished Working Capacity
  • Temporary or Permanent Disability
  • Pain And Suffering

You do not have to face the negligent driver or their insurance company alone.

Ask us how we can help you get your life back.

Contact Our Car Accident Attorneys in Charlotte, North Carolina for a Free Consultation

At the Ramsay Law Firm, P.A., our dedicated personal injury attorneys in Charlotte have 60+ years of combined experience producing personalized results for clients just like you.

We are dedicated to helping our North Carolina residents pursue real results through customized legal representation that ensures you will never get lost in the shuffle.

Call us at (704) 376-1616 or contact us online to allow our skilled team of lawyers and support staff to handle each detail of your case, so you can focus on your recovery.

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