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Call a Car Accident Lawyer for Greenville, NC to Protect Your Rights


If you’ve lived in Greenville, NC – or Pitt County in general – you probably know it has a reputation for being a dangerous place to drive. Pitt County has topped the list several times as the most dangerous county when it comes to crashes. In 2017, the city had about 400 car accidents per month – more than 13 every single day. And in 2020, the number of fatalities in Pitt County more than doubled from the previous year, jumping from 16 to 41.

Traffic accidents are usually the result of negligence or carelessness on the part of a driver. If you’re hurt in a crash, consider consulting with a car accident attorney in Greenville, NC to protect your rights and fight for fair compensation on your behalf.

What Are the Most Dangerous Roads in Greenville, NC?

One prime example is the intersection of Arlington and Memorial, where authorities installed red-light cameras in 2017 to try to curb the number of people running the reds. In nearby Ayden, the intersection of Snow Hill Road and NC 11 closed for a redesign in early 2021 after numerous accidents.

Regardless of the condition or even the design of the roads, it is our experience as car accident attorneys for Greenville, NC that careless, reckless, or negligent people are the root cause of most car accidents and crashes.

What Kinds of Car Accidents and Injuries Might I Suffer in a Car Accident?

Given the frequency of drivers running red lights, one of the primary types of collisions that may occur is the T-bone or side-impact collision. These can be the most dangerous collisions outside of head-on crashes for a few reasons.

First, most cars are designed with safety features to protect passengers from impacts from the front, including airbags and seat belts. While some modern cars may include side-impact airbags, they are far from universal. Second, most people do not see T-bone or side-impact collisions coming. While you may have the opportunity to brake before rear-ending another driver or glance in the mirror to see a car about to rear-end you, a T-bone collision rarely offers time to brace or prepare.

Types of car accident injuries can vary widely but may include:

  • Whiplash
  • Head injuries and concussions
  • Back and spinal injuries
  • Broken bones and musculoskeletal injuries

How Do I Try to Maximize My Car Accident Settlement?

Follow these steps to seek the maximum amount of compensation you may deserve for your car accident injury:

  • Gather evidence at the scene if you can (photos), and record the crash facts.
  • Seek medical attention immediately, even if you think you’re okay.
  • Minimize your communication with the at-fault driver’s insurance company until you’ve consulted a car accident lawyer in Greenville, NC.
  • Understand the full potential value of your claim, including medical bills, lost wages, and more.
  • Know your rights! Consult with a Greenville car accident lawyer – you may not believe how much an injury can truly cost you.

We help our clients seek the most compensation possible to try to make them whole for their harms and losses.

How Can a Greenville, NC Car Accident Lawyer Help Me?

An experienced car accident attorney can help you seek maximum compensation and avoid doing things that may harm your case. Furthermore, an attorney can take stress off you and allow you to focus on your recovery.

Our accident attorneys in Greenville, NC handle the insurance company and document-gathering and give you the benefit of our experience as we help you negotiate your case. Remember: it is your case. We’re not in control; we’re helping you take control!

Delegate the worries to your attorney.

Why Should I Hire the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin?

Our team of experienced car accident injury attorneys has the breadth of knowledge and experience to pursue your case aggressively. Attorneys on our team have won awards and are sought by the media when they have questions about the law. They bring our firm’s powerful resources and dedicated staff to bear on your behalf.

Since our firm started in 1997, we’ve recovered a total of more than $1.2 billion in compensation for more than 50,000 clients.1

Car accident settlement for a woman who was injured when her car was rear-ended by another car in Greenville, North Carolina.

Furthermore, there’s no up-front costs to you. We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning we collect a portion of any compensation. You never pay an attorney’s fee unless we recover for you!2  It’s a win-win because our goals match yours: to seek as much compensation as possible as quickly as possible.

Call us 24/7 at 1-866-900-7078, or contact us online for a free case evaluation. Or, contact our Greenville, NC office, schedule an appointment at your convenience, and tell the insurance companies you mean business.

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