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Protecting Your Personal Injury Rights

Insurance companies arm themselves with lawyers. The main goal of insurance company adjusters and lawyers is to save the company money. They are not concerned with how serious the injuries are or what it will take to get your life back on track. That is the major reason you need a personal injury attorney to represent you. After an accident, the insurance company may want to talk to the victim right away. The victim is usually in pain or, worse yet, on pain medication. But the insurance company is listening carefully to find excuses to make a low settlement or no settlement at all. Denied claims and lower benefits save money for the company. When you have a personal injury attorney, that attorney can handle all communications with the insurance company. At David Gantt Law Office in Asheville, North Carolina, we can protect your rights. The insurance company knows that the accident has caused you financial problems. They may offer a quick settlement to take advantage of your need for immediate financial help. Low-ball offers are common. Your personal injury lawyer can help you understand how much your case is worth and how much you will need for medical care and wage losses now and in the future. When an insurance company delays payments or unreasonably denies coverage for an accident, that is insurance bad faith. Your attorney can explain what you should expect — and protect your personal injury rights. If the insurance company will not offer a fair settlement, you need a personal injury lawyer who will take your case to trial. Attorney David Gantt has extensive trial experience and knows how to present an effective argument in court. Make sure you receive fair treatment from the insurance company. Contact us for a free consultation.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED PERSONAL INJURY QUESTIONS

Q. I was involved in a car accident while working. Can I make a claim against the car insurance in addition to the workers’ compensation insurance company?

A. Yes. You will likely have a workers’ compensation claim regardless of how the car accident occurred. If the wreck was caused by someone else’s negligence, you will also have a personal injury claim against the responsible party. You should consult a lawyer familiar with both personal injury and workers’ compensation law to make sure these claims are brought in proper legal procedure. Failure to coordinate both claims could result in enforceable liens of one or both of the insurance payouts.

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.
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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