In North Carolina, when you are injured because someone else was negligent, the negligent person is liable for all of the consequences of your injuries. A typical example is when you are hit by another vehicle on the road. The person who crashes into you is responsible for your medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering. The car insurance company for the at fault driver will contact you and evaluate your claim. Sometimes the insurance adjuster will deny your claim because of “contributory negligence”. What does that mean?
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5 Reasons Lawyers Might Not Want Your Case
Many injured people find themselves asking, “Why won’t a lawyer take my case?” You may have spoken to several different attorneys, none of whom was willing to take your case. What’s worse, they may have given you only a vague answer when you asked why they wouldn’t represent you. There are many different factors that could make a “good” car accident case; however, most “bad” car accident cases have the same few factors in common. Here are a few circumstances that could lead to lawyers turning down your personal injury case.