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What Should You Do After A Car Accident In NC?
  • By: Rodney Caudill, Esq.
  • Published: June 29, 2021

At best, a car accident is inconvenient. At worst, it can be a life-changing experience for you and your family. You may have hospital bills, property damage, time lost from work, your passengers may also have been injured in the car accident, and, in the worst-case scenario, someone you love may have been killed by a reckless driver. To make things worse, the insurance company for the other driver is not going to voluntarily pay full and fair compensation for the damage caused by their insured (the other driver) – they will try to take advantage of you and deny, limit, or delay your claim whenever possible. In this article, we will discuss what you should do after a car accident to maximize your chance of recovering full and fair compensation, including: What to do…Read More

Most Commons Questions About Car Accident Cases in NC
  • By: Rodney Caudill, Esq.
  • Published: June 29, 2021

If you’ve been in a car accident in North Carolina, you may have questions. At Northstate Auto Law, we understand that any car accident can be a frustrating, stressful, and sometimes tragic experience. It can be especially difficult when you attempt to get the other driver’s insurance company to compensate you for the damage caused by their insured’s negligence. Questions & Answers About Car Accident Cases Below, we will answer some of the most common questions about car accident cases in NC, but you should immediately contact an experienced car accident attorney who can answer your questions based on your specific circumstances and who can help you to get full and fair compensation for your injuries. 1. Can You Get Compensation If The Wreck Was Your Fault? North Carolina is a “contributory negligence state.” This…Read More

  • By: Rodney Caudill, Esq.
  • Published: June 28, 2021

First, the driver who caused the accident is just as responsible as you are to notify their insurance company. But there are times the responsible driver is reluctant to do so. So rule #1…make sure you contact their insurance company as well as your own! Give them ONLY THE FACTS! Remember…no discussion about your feelings, who you think is at fault, etc. You’re just reporting the accident to be sure they are aware. They will insure their client has contacted them and will follow up with the authorities to get a copy of the accident report to begin the process on their end. Rule #2…look out for yourself! Even if their insurance company confirms the facts of the accident with law enforcement and agrees with their assessment, they may require you to get authorization before…Read More

  • By: Rodney Caudill, Esq.
  • Published: June 28, 2021

Hopefully you’ll never need these helpful tips of what to do and not do after a car wreck. But having an idea of how to protect yourself is critical, especially as you go through the settlement process. I can tell you this for sure…waiting until an accident happens is definitely not the ideal time to figure it out! So let’s say you’ve been in an accident, you’ve possibly sustained some type of injury and you’re wondering…did I do and say everything I was supposed to?!? Let’s see how you did! Rewind and Replay the experience! Hopefully you did these things: You recorded the details of what happened…ideally you have a copy of the accident report which is typically collected at the scene of the accident. You got specifics about the other car involved…description, make, model,…Read More

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