Accidents happen, but in some cases, victims suffer tremendously. If you have been injured due to the reckless actions or negligence of another, Ward Black Law can serve as a powerful voice for your rights.
We understand you may have reservations about contacting a lawyer, but the decisions you make after an accident will have a significant impact on your future. Too often, victims are overwhelmed and make decisions or statements that could negatively impact their case. Getting legal help early gives you the confidence of an expert in your corner — a partner for taking strategic actions that positively affect your results.
Ward Black Law is also equipped to handle wrongful death claims if your loved one passed away as a result of an accident. Regardless of the situation at hand, our end goal is the same: obtaining maximum compensation for you, so you can focus on a time of grief, healing, or recovery.
Forms of compensation available after an injury include:
The lawyers of Ward Black Law have been helping North Carolinians with personal injury and workers compensation cases for more than 25 years. Numerous awards and recognitions highlight our commitment to clients and successfully resolving their claims. Whether your case is small or large, you’ll experience the same level of excellence and integrity for which our firm is known.
Three Ward Black Law attorneys have been named by U.S. News & World Report to the 2019 Best Lawyers in America listing. Janet Ward Black was named to the list for the 13th consecutive year and is recognized for her expertise in both Mass Tort/Class Action Litigation and Personal Injury Litigation. Earning a spot on the list for the second year in a row are Nancy R. Meyers for Personal Injury Litigation and Afi Johnson-Parris for Family Law.
Ward Black Law has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report – Best Lawyers® for both Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs and Family Law for 2019. The firm has been listed in this publication for ten consecutive years.
Both Janet Ward Black and Afi Johnson-Parris are listed as a Top Attorney, earning Avvo’s highest rating of 10.0
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$0 upfront fees
For personal injury cases, Ward Black Law works on a contingency-fee basis. This means you pay nothing unless we win your case together. Our fee is only a percentage of the settlement we obtain for you.
Personal injury settlements total over $150 million.
Taking the right steps after a tractor-trailer accident is vital. These cases are more complex than standard auto accidents, but with the right representation, you can help protect yourself, your job, and your family while you recover.
Recovering from a car accident can be overwhelming and time-consuming. Between painful injuries, a damaged vehicle, and uncooperative adjusters, it may seem like you’ll never fully recover. We go to work for you, taking on the insurance company and pursuing the full compensation you deserve.
We have successfully secured compensation for over 1,000 men and women affected by mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases. Many of these individuals were exposed at job sites across the Carolinas and the Southeast. Ward Black Law holds companies responsible for knowingly putting workers in harm’s way.
Getting hurt at work is a traumatic experience. If your injury is a direct result of your work environment, you have a right to receive compensation for lost wages and medical expenses. Our attorneys are powerful advocates for North Carolina workers.
Every day, innocent people are harmed by medical devices, defective products, prescription drugs, or dangerous substances, such as lead paint and asbestos. If you’ve suffered an injury of this nature, our products liability lawyers can handle your claims against the companies responsible for your injuries.
Vaccines play a crucial role in protecting public health, but sometimes adverse reactions can be life-changing. Ward Black Law represents people who have suffered serious side effects after a vaccination, pursuing compensation through the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP).
Stay mindful of important deadlines
In the state of North Carolina, you have only a limited amount of time to file a personal injury claim. Generally, the deadline is three years after an injury or two years after a death. Some exceptions may apply; contact us for more information.
The team at Ward Black Law is ready to serve as your advocate and equipped to pursue the justice you deserve. Our personal injury attorneys are available for an initial case evaluation at no charge. Call us or text us at (800) 531-9191, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.