The Law Offices Of James Scott Farrin In Asheville, NC
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Asheville is North Carolina’s well-known mountain retreat. With attractions ranging from the Biltmore Manor to the ample natural splendor of eight national and state parks, more than 200 waterfalls, and four rivers, there’s plenty to see and do. What happens, though, when an injury interrupts the fun and games?
If you’re hurt in Asheville, the personal injury lawyers at the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin are here to help. Call us anytime at 1-866-900-7078.
The Dangers of Asheville’s Roads, and What to Do if You’re Injured in a Car Accident
Some of Asheville’s many attractions are natural. Others are manmade – like the 48 breweries in the greater Asheville area, and 15 wineries within 15 miles of the city. While Asheville does account for more than half of alcohol-related car accidents in Buncombe County (and more than half of the injuries resulting from alcohol-related accidents, as of 2019), alcohol-related crashes make up less than 4% of the total number of crashes or injuries.
People are active in Asheville, and there are a lot of tourists. Whether it’s a distracted or careless driver or an impaired one, if you’re injured in an accident and it’s not your fault, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact our car accident attorneys in Asheville, truck accident attorneys in Asheville or motorcycle accident lawyers in Asheville to discuss your case.
Working for Injured Workers in Asheville
No one expects to go to work and get hurt. It just happens. Likewise, no one expects the kind of processes, forms, and frustration that can come with filing for workers’ compensation benefits. From manufacturing to healthcare to hospitality, Asheville’s workforce has a wide variety of ways they can suffer an injury. If you’re injured at work, call our workers’ compensation attorneys in Asheville. We have several NC State Bar Board Certified Specialists in Workers’ Compensation law on our team.
Compassionate, Professional Personal Injury Attorneys in Asheville
It’s not always a car accident or being hurt at work. People are hurt more often than you probably think. Things like medical malpractice do happen. You’re twice as likely to be a victim of a violent crime in Asheville compared to the rest of North Carolina, and you can potentially file a civil case against your assailant.
When you’re injured as a result of someone’s negligent act, you can seek damages. Those can include payment for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. A personal injury attorney can guide you through the process and help you understand the value your case may have.
Claiming Social Security Disability Benefits Can Be a Challenge
Applying for Social Security Disability benefits seems straightforward enough. Be careful, and make sure you’re thorough. Try not to give the person who reviews your claim any reason to deny it – many claims are. If you’re having trouble completing the forms, gathering the necessary information, or even been denied, contact our Social Security Disability attorneys in Asheville. We’d be happy to review your case.
The Social Security team at our firm is led by attorney Rick Fleming, an NC State Bar Board Certified Specialist in Social Security Disability law, and several of our staff formerly worked for the Social Security Administration. They know the law and how the system works. Put them in your corner.
Free Case Evaluation from Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys in Asheville
Injured or hurt? Not sure what to do next? Call us at 1-866-900-7078. We’ll evaluate your case at no charge, 24/7. We’ve recovered more than $1.6 billion in total compensation for more than 60,000 clients.1 Put our experience in your corner.
Our Asheville Location
Our office is located at:
300 Ridgefield Court
Asheville, NC 28806
For immediate assistance 24/7, call: 1-866-900-7078
To contact the Asheville office directly, call: 828-552-8215
Parking is free at this location.
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