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Car Accidents

For over 30 years, attorney David Gantt has helped injured car accident victims obtain fair compensation for their injuries. David Gantt Law Office strives to ensure you are compensated for medical bills, lost wages, and injuries. We listen carefully to our clients’ concerns so that we can fully understand the impact of their injuries. We represent clients who suffer severe and catastrophic injuries, including traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries. If you would like to speak with someone about your car wreck, contact us. At David Gantt Law Office, we offer free consultations and contingent attorneys’ fees, which means that if we do not reach a settlement or get you the verdict you need, you do not pay. Clients rely on our firm to reach fair car accident compensation.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED PERSONAL INJURY QUESTIONS

What if the insurance company will not make a reasonable offer to settle?

There is no fixed formula for deciding what a claim is worth. What is "reasonable" depends on who is evaluating the claim. Insurance companies have a lot more experience evaluating and anticipating what a claim might be worth than you do. It is extremely important that you select a lawyer that has experience and is knowledgeable of the value of similar claims in you area. Valuations of cases vary from county to county and city to city. Consultation with local counsel is critical.

CATASTROPHIC INJURY VIDEO LIBRARY

Our Video Library is not closed-captioned.  Instead of embedding our videos, we have created posts for them, where full transcripts of can be found.
Click on the links below to view the video and its transcript.

Short Personal Injury Overview

Personal Injury Overview

Personal Injury Detailed Overview

Personal Injury Detailed Overview

Compassionate North Carolina Social Security Disability Lawyer

David Gantt describes his History in Helping People with Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability Cases