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Mar

27

2013

What if I Wasn’t Wearing a Seat Belt?

So, you were part of a car accident and you weren’t wearing your safety belt. Does this mean you can’t bring a personal injury claim in North Carolina? No. Any Durham Personal Injury Lawyer will tell you that when it comes to auto accidents, or any tort case within the State of North Carolina, contributory negligence is certainly a point that must be addressed. According...

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Mar

08

2013

Determining Insurance Coverage – Durham Car Accident Lawyer NC

In the event that you are injured in an accident, coverage provided though you insurance policies can help pay your medical costs and other related expenses. Purchasing an adequate amount of insurance coverage helps ensure that, should a car accident occur, you are fully protected. Failing to do so may leave you responsible for paying damages related to the accident out of pocket. North Carolina...

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Mar

02

2013

What Should I Do After A Durham Car Accident?

If you have been injured in a Durham car accident due to someone else’s negligence, it is extremely important to consult with a Durham Personal Injury Lawyer. Wallace Pierce Law has the resources and experience to assist you and your family through this traumatic time. When deciding whether to pursue a personal injury case for the injuries you received, consider discussing your case with the...

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Mar

02

2013

Personal Injury Claim Process

If you have been injured in a car accident, recovery from your personal injuries is the most important thing. Recovery can mean more than just seeing a doctor for your physical injuries. Recovery should also mean ensuring that you are compensated for your medical expenses and lost wages. At Wallace Pierce Law, we are focused on protecting the rights of injured individuals like you through...

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Feb

21

2013

How Do I Obtain My Crash Report? – Personal Injury Lawyer Durham

How to Obtain Your Crash Report – North Carolina Car Accident Lawyer When an investigating officer arrives to the scene of a car accident, one of his primary duties is to complete a report of how the crash occurred, also known as a DMV-349. In North Carolina, reportable accidents, or those where crash reports are produced, must meet one of the following criteria: 1. A...

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Feb

14

2013

What to Bring to Your Consultation – Durham Personal Injury Lawyer

Meeting a Durham car accident attorney for the first time can be intimidating. It is even more nerve wracking when you are recovering from injuries sustained in a recent North Carolina accident. Ease your nerves by being well prepared for your initial consultation. The four items listed below provide answers to many of the questions your personal injury attorney is likely to ask. The more...

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Feb

13

2013

What Injuries Can I Be Compensated For In A Personal Injury Case – Durham Personal Injury Lawyer NC

If you have been injured in a Durham car accident, you may be wondering what you can recover for your injuries and losses. This is a common concern for those who have been injured, but your results are based on the facts of the situation. Bear in mind that every accident is an individualized situation. However, if your injury resulted from another person’s negligence, there...

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Feb

12

2013

The Five Ws: Who, What, When, Where, and Why of Durham Car Accidents

The Five Ws: Who, What, When, Where, and Why of Durham Car Accidents There are a multitude of different situations that occur and leave injured people in need of representation after a car accident in Durham, North Carolina.  No matter the situation, you will likely be asked the Five W’s. It is imperative that these questions are answered openly and honestly to ensure that your...

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Feb

05

2013

Med Pay After A Car Accident – Durham Car Accident Attorney

Med Pay, short for medical payments coverage, is a popular add-on to many North Carolina car insurance policies. If available, these funds can be obtained early in a personal injury case and long before a settlement is contemplated. Med pay covers “injuries sustained on the property or premises of the insured, or in the use occupancy, or operation of an automobile, regardless of who may...

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Jun

13

2012

Dealing with Insurance Adjusters

Dealing with Insurance Adjusters Car accidents are a nerve-wracking by nature, and fear that an insurance adjusters will be instantly suspicious your personal injury claims doesn’t help the situation. However, claims adjusters are not generally suspicious unless you do something to arouse suspicion. Although not your intent, sometimes the actions that go with this fear can create suspicion. Don’t handle these adjusters alone and avoid...

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