You’re involved in a serious car accident emit catastrophic, life altering injuries and they may involve long-term recovery. If your car accident was the result of another party’s careless actions and that all parties involved should and will be held accountable. Jason Michael Burton is dedicated to making sure that injured victims and the families of lost loved ones receive the compensation they deserve. Since 2012 Mr. Burton has helped secure more than $40 million in settlements and verdicts for victims who are harmed by the wrongful conduct of others.
North Carolina is a fault or tort-based state which means that if you are hurt in a car accident, you can recover from the driver that caused the accident or is considered to be at fault. If you are hurt in a car crash in North Carolina, he can receive compensation for your injuries from your insurance carrier, the at fault driver by filing a lawsuit, or the at fault driver’s insurance party.
Deciding who is at fault is not always clear, because it is not always the driver of the other car. An experienced car accident lawyer in Raleigh, NC is going to be able to help you figure out who is at fault in your car accident claim. And when it comes to experience Burton Law Firm and Michael Burton have a lot of it. Burton Law Firm has represented hundreds of individuals in personal injury and wrongful death claims, most of which arise out of automobile accidents, on-the-job injuries, toxic exposure, liability claims and medical or nursing home negligence.
When it comes to experience Jason Michael Burton definitely has experience. Mr. Burton is fifth-generation in a family of attorneys, whose father has expense experience as a career insurance defense attorney, which means the Mr. Burton definitely understands insurance companies and how they might try to hold that opinion. The insurance company’s bottom line is never to settle easily, they do not want to lose money.
North Carolina requires all drivers to carry the following minimum car insurance amounts, 25,000 per single person claim for injury or death, 60,000 maximum coverage amount per incident, 25,000 for claims of property damage. North Carolina also requires drivers who have minimum insurance limits to carry uninsured motorist coverage. With uninsured motorist coverage you are allowed to file a claim with your own insurance if you get into a car crash if the at fault driver does not have insurance. Some instances may require drivers to carry UIM coverage, and apply if your claim for injuries exceeds the at fault driver’s insurance limit.
When it comes to figuring out whether you need to file with your insurance the outfall parties insurance or another insurance company altogether, your car accident lawyer in Raleigh, NC, is going to be the best person to tell you this information. Come work with Burton Law Firm today so that you and your loved ones can receive the compensation that you deserve in the full amount.