Have you been injured in a car accident in Raleigh or elsewhere in the Triangle due to another driver’s fault? You may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost income from time off work and other accident-related expenses.
The first step in every car accident case is to investigate the cause of the crash and who should be held liable. That is where a knowledgeable Raleigh car accident attorney can make all the difference. Our experienced Raleigh auto accidents attorneys can review the details of your crash and discuss your legal options. For more than 30 years, the attorneys at Hardison & Cochran have stood up for the rights of car accident victims and their families in Raleigh and across North Carolina.
How a North Carolina Car Accident Lawyer Can Help
Our personal injury attorneys at Hardison & Cochran are experienced at investigating car accidents and dealing with insurance companies. We have successfully resolved thousands of car accident claims for accident victims.
We can review the circumstances of your car wreck, answer your questions and discuss whether you have a valid car accident injury claim. If we believe you have a case, we will offer to represent you on a contingency fee basis. You will not have any upfront costs and will only pay a legal fee if we obtain money for you through a settlement or jury award.
We will gather your medical bills and calculate your other expenses including loss of income from missed work and estimate the total value of your damages related to the accident.
We will conduct a thorough investigation of the accident and gather evidence to support your case.
We’ll identify the insurance policies available to provide compensation to you and submit a demand letter to the insurers, seeking a settlement that reflects the full extent of your losses. We’ll attempt to negotiate a settlement with the insurance companies.
If the insurers are unwilling to agree to a fair settlement, our attorneys will be prepared to file a personal injury lawsuit and pursue justice for you through the North Carolina court system.