Personal Injury And Wrongful Death Claims In North Carolina
There are many complicated issues that can arise when someone is injured through no fault of their own. Many times insurance companies do not want to cover all medical expenses or lost wages and will pressure an injured victim to settle early. It can be a great advantage to have experienced attorneys dealing with insurance adjusters and insurance companies’ attorneys, allowing clients to focus on what is most important – their health and recovery. From our office in Raleigh, Everett Gaskins Hancock represents individuals in personal injury matters throughout North Carolina.
Legal Representation For Personal Injury Claims
Personal injury cases can include a lot of different types of accidents. Whatever the reason for your accident injuries, our personal injury attorneys can help you recover the financial compensation that you deserve. We assist clients with several types of personal injury claims, including:
- Automobile accidents
- Commercial trucking crashes and tractor trailer accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
- DWI accident injuries
- Underinsured/uninsured motorist claims
- Dog bite and animal attack claims
- Premises liability claims
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Workers’ compensation claims
- Construction accidents
- Camp Lejeune Justice Act claims
No matter what your case involves, the personal injury lawyers at Everett Gaskins Hancock want to help you move forward. Our attorneys can deal with the insurance companies and other lawyers on your behalf so that you can focus on recovering from your injuries.
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Representing Loved Ones In North Carolina Wrongful Death Lawsuits
Death caused by a preventable tragedy makes losing a loved one that much harder to bear. At Everett Gaskins Hancock, we understand that the pain you are now feeling is a reflection of the happiness you once shared with your loved one. While no amount of financial recovery is enough to compensate for such a loss, it is important for grieving family members to be aware that the law provides rights of recovery in the form of wrongful death claims.
In North Carolina, wrongful death claims serve not only to compensate the ones left behind, but also to help prevent similar tragedies from happening again by forcing our communities to conform to safer standards. Jason Tuttle, Ed Gaskins and Katie King have significant experience litigating North Carolina wrongful death claims. We will passionately pursue the wrongful death claim on your behalf, providing you with peace and calm that is needed while mourning your loss.
Contingency Fee Structures For Personal Injury Cases
Jason Tuttle and Katie King work on Everett Gaskins Hancock‘s personal injury matters, providing free consultation to assess claims and lend advice. We will handle personal injury matters on a contingency fee basis, meaning that clients will not pay a retainer or be billed monthly except for expense reimbursement. The firm will be paid a percentage of the settlement or judgment we obtain on your behalf.
A majority of personal injury claims settle prior to trial. However, if trial becomes necessary we are ready and willing to present your case to a jury. Ed Gaskins, Everett Gaskins Hancock‘s senior trial lawyer, has tried a number of personal injury cases over his more than 50 year legal career. Jason Tuttle has gained significant personal injury trial experience as well, having focused the majority of his 20 year legal career in the field of personal injury. Katie has represented individuals who have been catastrophically injured through no fault of their own. Ed, Jason and Katie will work as a team when litigating a personal injury case.
Don’t Wait. Call Today.
In personal injury lawsuits, specific filing deadlines and statute of limitations apply. Time is of the essence. Call us today at 855-618-9737 or reach out through our online form to schedule your free, no-obligation initial consultation and case evaluation. Our personal injury attorneys look forward to answering any questions that you may have and further explaining how they can help you with your specific case.