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Pedestrian and Bicycle Accidents – PPC w awards

Pedestrian and Bicycle Accidents

Injured in an accident? Bills piling up? We’re here to help.

Pedestrian and Bicycle Accidents

Injured in an accident? Bills piling up? We’re here to help.

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Motorists often have to share the road with bicycles and even pedestrians. According to the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT), 46 percent of North Carolina households own bicycles. Many people have turned to walking, jogging, or riding bicycles as a way of staying in shape. People using the road — whether they’re walking or bicycling — are looking to enjoy themselves. If they are struck by a driver, the driver may be held liable for the accident.

What to Do if You Are Injured as a Pedestrian or on a Bicycle

If you or someone you know was injured in a pedestrian accident or bicycle accident in North Carolina, you may be entitled to recover compensation for your injuries. Damages may include medical bills, pain and suffering, rehabilitation expenses, loss of wages and an overall diminishment in the quality of life. Don’t hesitate to contact a North Carolina accident attorney for a free case evaluation. At the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin, we can help you prepare a claim against the driver. Our attorneys can put experience and resources to work to try to make sure your rights are protected throughout the case.

In pursuing a claim against a driver, you must prove the driver acted negligently. The other driver may have been driving under the influence, texting while driving, driving while fatigued or acted negligently in some other manner. In some cases, North Carolina’s contributory negligence rule may affect your case. Our attorneys know how to investigate the case and pursue maximum recovery. We have the experience you need to seek the compensation you may deserve.

Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer

Contact a North Carolina personal injury lawyer for a case evaluation at no charge. Call 1-866-900-7078, chat with us, or contact us online today. We are ready to go to work for you during a difficult time in your life. At the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin, we’re on your side.

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Preston is the real deal!
Preston is the real deal! Communication was outstanding! Hannah is the glue! Thanks everyone who played a part. Yolanda [was] very nice! 1
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I am pleased and thankful for the excellent service that I received at the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin, from the beginning to the end. The entire staff was professional and proficient in every way. I would use you again and recommend your office to anyone. 1
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Everyone [who] got involved with my case was professional and nice. … This team truly knows its work. I strongly recommend [them] to anyone who is looking for a great team to work with. Thank you Sarai, Daniel, Hannah, and Preston. ❤ 1

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