Suffering bodily injuries in an accident can be devastating and life-changing, regardless of your age, financial situation or the type of accident and injury you suffered. The situation becomes more complicated when the accident was the result of wrongdoing or negligence of another person. Your life can turn tragic from normal in a few moments.
The personal injury lawyers at Tatum & Atkinson, PLLC are committed to seeking justice for those who have suffered injuries due to another’s negligence. We understand your need for responsive and compassionate legal guidance. You can trust us to do everything possible that helps you secure your rightful settlement or verdict in these cases in North Carolina.
Our competent North Carolina personal injury attorneys represent a wide array of accident victims that have sustained injuries due to another’s fault. These are a few examples of the types of personal injury lawsuits that we take on:
You can get compensation for the following:
Victims can claim lost time from work as a result of injuries from the at-fault party. The injured person should document the actual missed days from work to recover lost wages. The claim should be verified by the employer.
Pain and Suffering
Physical pain and mental suffering is covered under pain and suffering in personal injury lawsuits in North Carolina. The pain and suffering should be because of the injuries sustained. For instance, if a person breaks their leg, they will experience emotional and mental distress along with physical pain. Injuries can also leave victims with scars that affect their self-esteem. You may suffer from anxiety, depression, PTSD, and paranoia among others.
The at-fault party needs to pay medical expenses in North Carolina for injuries sustained because of their negligent actions. Chronic conditions because of the accident can cause life-long disabilities in several situations. This includes traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury. The settlement amount should take into account past, present, and future medical expenses.
This is awarded in very specific cases in North Carolina. Generally, they are awarded for punishing the defendant and deterring others from performing such wrongful acts. Your attorney will need to prove the defendant was liable for compensatory damage and an aggravating factor to be awarded punitive damages.
Tatum & Atkinson, PLLC are committed to give you personal attention. We develop and use innovative strategies for acquiring maximum compensation for our clients. This includes conducting focus groups for determining the trial strategies that will work best. You can count on us to represent your interests when you are looking for a personal injury attorney in NC.
Schedule a free consultation today by calling at 800-529-0804 or using our online form. We have your back.