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Auto Accidents

A car wreck can be a frightening and frustrating experience. Dealing with painful injuries, a damaged vehicle, and an uncooperative adjuster can be an overwhelming combination. Allow our experienced team of North Carolina personal injury lawyers and legal professionals to assist you in recovering the compensation to which you are entitled under the law.

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Inadequate Security

When crimes happen on or near a property, the owner may have a duty to take corrective safety measures. Certain design features – including the layout of a property, its lighting, and the placement of exits – make some properties and the people who frequent them easy targets for crime. A property owner may have a duty to warn visitors of potential dangers.

If you are a victim of crime that occurred on someone else’s property, you may have a right to recover from the property owner. Call us to discuss your rights.

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Premises Liability

Property owners are required to maintain their property in a reasonably safe condition and to warn visitors of hidden dangers that could lead to an accident. The owners of shopping centers, department stores, grocery stores, service stations, city sidewalks, apartment complexes, homes and other properties must meet these requirements. If you have been injured on someone else’s property, contact our personal injury lawyers for a consultation about your rights.

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When you purchase an insurance policy, you do so to protect yourself against the risk of loss. When the time comes to use the policy, however, companies sometimes deny payment for legitimate claims. Interpreting an insurance policy and its numerous provisions, exclusions, endorsements, and other subparts may be difficult. You may need help determining whether the insurance company should have denied your claim. If you have filed a claim that you feel has been unfairly denied, contact our personal injury attorneys for help.

Medical Malpractice

Americans visit doctors and other health care providers for a variety of reasons ranging from routine physical exams to radiology screenings to surgery. Since we trust our health and well being to these professionals, it is important that we hold them accountable for their mistakes, particularly if these mistakes cause serious injury or death. Our firm strives to protect the public from injuries due to medical errors. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury at the hands of a health care provider, please call our office for more information.

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Legal Malpractice

When you hire a lawyer, you trust that lawyer to handle your legal matter using his or her expertise and working within the bounds of the law. But sometimes, lawyers miss deadlines or fail to address other important matters. If you believe your attorney has made mistakes that have negatively impacted your case, contact our North Carolina personal injury lawyers. We’ll advise you on whether your lawyer’s mistake can be fixed or whether it is necessary to try to recoup your loss from your lawyer directly.

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Vaccine Injury

Vaccines play a crucial role in protecting public health, but sometimes people can suffer injury or adverse reactions. If you have experienced serious side effects from a vaccination, you may be entitled to compensation from the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP). Contact our personal injury lawyers today; we can help you file a claim seeking reimbursement for damages.

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Contact a North Carolina Personal Injury Lawyer

The experienced personal injury lawyers at Ward Black Law in Greensboro, N.C, have years of experience representing clients and victims of someone else’s negligence. Our legal team is available to answer your questions and conduct a free case review. Call Ward Black Law today at 336-333-2244, or toll-free at 1-877-256-1214. You may also reach Ward Black Law by email or online inquiry.

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