If You’re Injured, Call Our Sanford Personal Injury Lawyers
There’s something about a small town. It’s just more relaxed than a big city like Raleigh or Charlotte. It exchanges the “hurried” feel of a metropolis for an unmistakable charm.
Yet, even in sleepy little Sanford, North Carolina, you could suffer an injury that changes your life. What if it’s not your fault? How will you pay your bills if you can’t work or your medical bills as they pile up? What about the parts of your life that you’re missing because of your injury? And what if the damage is permanent?
Don’t panic. A Sanford personal injury lawyer can evaluate your circumstances and help you seek any compensation to which you may be entitled. Call us any time at 1-866-900-7078 or contact us online for a free case evaluation.
Are Personal Injuries Common in Sanford, and What Should I Watch For?
When most people think of a personal injury, they almost immediately think of injuries resulting from car accidents. Those are a very common type of injury – so much so that we dedicate part of our practice to helping them.
Lee County records are nebulous, but in 2018 “Other Unintentional Injuries” caused more death than motor vehicle accidents. These include deaths from fires and burns, falls, drownings, suffocation, and poisoning. Any of these could be a personal injury case!
Poisoning Can Be a Personal Injury
For example, you’re at a restaurant somewhere in the area of Carthage & Horner. You specifically ask for a meal without seafood because of an allergy but are given seafood anyway, causing anaphylaxis. The emergency room visit and aftermath leave you with thousands of dollars in medical bills. You may be entitled to compensation for personal injury.
Whenever you suffer harm due to the negligence or carelessness of someone else, you may have a personal injury claim. Consult with a personal injury for Sanford to determine if you have a case and what types of compensation you may seek.
Burn Injuries Don’t Necessarily Need Fire
Let’s say you’re staying at a hotel near the Sanford Golf Course. You head to the shower, but the hot water temperature is set too high, and you suffer scalding and burns that ruin your stay and vacation. You may be entitled to compensation – including the money you spent for your vacation that you can no longer enjoy.
The hotel stay, meals, travel costs, and activity fees are all potentially recoverable damages: money that your injury has cost you outside of the costs of the injury itself. An experienced Sanford personal injury lawyer can help you sort out the details and determine if you have a case.
What if You Are Injured by a Person Who Is Committing a Crime?
Imagine that you and your friends are having a casual drink at a local bar or brewery. Another patron, for whatever reason, attacks you (fortunately less likely in Sanford, where violent crime is 40% below the national average). Of course, this is assault and police arrest the assailant. But did you know that you may also be able to pursue a personal injury case against them?
That’s right. Crime victims may be able to sue their assailants, such as victims of assault, sexual or domestic abuse, and other crimes. Plus, you need not wait for the criminal case to proceed. Many people fail to exercise their rights in a situation like this, and an experienced injury attorney for Sanford may be able to help you.
Personal injury settlement for an NC man who was injured after being beaten outside of a bar.1
Contact an Experienced Sanford Personal Injury Lawyer As Soon As Possible
Hiring our personal injury attorneys in Sanford is your first step in fighting for fair compensation for your injuries. Our attorneys have more than 850 years of combined experience and seek as much as possible as quickly as possible. Since 1997, we’ve recovered more than $1.2 billion in total compensation for more than 50,000 clients.1
Furthermore, there is no out-of-pocket cost to hire us. We only collect an attorney’s fee if we collect for you.2 You can call us any time at 1-866-900-7078 or simply contact us online. Or, if you prefer, you can schedule an appointment at our Sanford office. Whatever you do, act now. If you’re injured, time is not on your side!
Testimonials do not reference all the feedback the firm has received. Each case is different and must be evaluated on its individual facts. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome can be achieved in a future.