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Seeking Compensation After Injury Accidents in Sanford, NC

If you have suffered a personal injury, or if you have lost a loved one in a wrongful death accident, you need to act quickly to retain quality legal counsel to protect your rights. For your personal injury case, it is advised that you contact an experienced Sanford attorney from Doster, Post, Foushee, Post & Patton, P.A. - Trial Attorneys. Established in 1946, the firm has served the communities in the area for nearly 70 years, and has achieved many significant victories both in settlements and at trial. Mr. Chip Post has tried more personal injury cases than any other practicing lawyer in Lee County. The attorneys can engage in aggressive legal action on your behalf if you are seeking compensation for injuries suffered in an accident. They address cases that involve:

Car Accidents
Car accidents are responsible for hundreds of thousands of injuries, and nearly 40,000 deaths each year. More than ever, these accidents are being caused by the negligence or carelessness of other drivers. This rise in driver negligence is due in part to the many distractions available to motorists, such as mobile phones and touchscreen navigation units.

Trucking Accidents
Truckers and trucking companies must abide by unique rules that do not apply to other motorists. These rules regulate driver behavior, work shift length, and the type and amount of cargo carried on the trucks themselves. When these rules are violated, the truck drivers or trucking companies responsible can be made to compensate victims if their negligence results in accidents.

Motorcycle Accidents
When individuals ride on motorcycles, they are taking a substantial risk. The combination of minimal safety protection for riders, and distracted or negligent motorists, frequently results in accidents in which riders are seriously injured, or killed. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nearly five thousand riders are killed in accidents each year, and over eighty thousand are injured.

Boating Accidents
The North Carolina Wildlife Commission report states that there are over 200 boating accidents in our state each year, with up to twenty fatalities occurring as a result. If you or a loved one has been injured in a boating accident that was caused by another's negligence, such as operating a boat while intoxicated, you may be able to receive compensation for medical expenses, lost income, or damage to property.

Catastrophic Injury
A "catastrophic" injury is one that has a significant adverse effect on the victim. A person with a catastrophic injury may experience permanent disability, loss of extremities, chronic pain, a reduced life span, and require long-term treatment or hospitalization. Examples of catastrophic injuries include multiple broken bones, severe burns, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injuries, crush injuries, and paralysis.

Wrongful Death
If you have lost a family member in an accident due to the negligent or wrongful actions of another, you can take legal action against the responsible party in an effort to recover damages related to the loss. These may include lost income, loss of future economic security, loss of retirement benefits, funeral and burial expenses, and loss of love/support/companionship.

Premises Liability
In accordance with premises liability laws, a negligent property owner or manager can be held liable if a person is injured or killed while rightfully on the property. Examples of property negligence include dangerous/poor design, lack of required maintenance, uneven or slippery surfaces, and lack of adequate lighting. A property owner can also be held responsible if there is a lack of security which leads to a visitor being assaulted while on the property.

Sanford Injury Lawyer Serving Lee County, Harnett County, Chatham County and Moore County

Once you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault, it is very likely that an insurance company will contact you to offer a "fair" settlement. In reality, such settlements are rarely fair. Rather than speaking with the insurance company and settling for less-than-adequate compensation, you should first contact a personal injury attorney about your case. Our team of attorneys is dedicated to personal injury cases throughout the community; our personal injury attorney team is made up of attorneys Chip Post, Kevin Foushee and Chas Post. Attorney Chip Post works in the areas of personal injury, wrongful death, motor vehicle accidents, catastrophic injuries, premises liability, workers' compensation, Social Security Disability, and General Civil Litigation. Attorneys Kevin Foushee and Chas Post handle cases involving accidents and injury.

An attorney can accurately calculate fair compensation for your injuries, build a persuasive case, and negotiate with the insurance company for the maximum settlement amount. An attorney can also file a personal injury lawsuit on your behalf if the insurance company refuses to provide a settlement that fully covers your losses.

Contact a Sanford personal injury lawyer for more information on how to obtain a fair recovery in your personal injury case.