Buncombe County Personal Injury
The Buncombe County personal injury attorneys have seen it time and time again. Accidents involving serious injuries through no fault of your own often devastate lives. No one goes thru life waiting for the unexpected to happen. By definition, an accident is a sudden an unplanned event that causes injury. Following an accident, many people find themselves overwhelmed and unsure of what to do next. Many victims and their families suffer from rising medical costs, painful and debilitating injuries, a loss of income due to those injuries, and the risk of their household collapsing. Financial, emotional, and physical consequences arise because no one expects to be involved in a serious or deadly accident due to the negligence of another party. At Auger & Auger, we have been exclusively handling personal injury cases for more than 20 years and are experienced in obtaining compensation for injuries, medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Types of cases we handle
We handle a variety of personal injury cases, the most common being car wrecks, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, dog bites, worker’s compensation, boating or Jet Ski accidents, golf cart or ATV wrecks, cycling accidents, or in the worst case scenario, wrongful death. While every case we handle is different, most are founded on principles of negligence. When we handle your injury case, we keep in mind the elements of negligence that would be have to be proved to a jury, even though most cases are settled without going to court. To prove negligence, we will use the facts of your case to show that you were owed a duty of care, that someone else failed to exercise reasonable care, that their failure to exercise due care caused you to suffer injury, and that it was foreseeable that you would become injured as the result of their breach of duty of reasonable care.
Injuries resulting from a personal injury accident can be severe. The most common types of injuries include:
- Head injuries
- Neck, back, and spinal injuries
- Road rash
- Abrasions or lacerations
- Internal bleeding
- Brain damage
- Broke bones or fractures
- Partial or total paralysis
When you speak with one of our Buncombe County personal injury lawyers, you can count on a high degree of professionalism, honesty, and experience with applicable federal and state laws. We have been proudly advocating for victims’ rights for more than 40 years combined. During your initial consultation with one of our skilled attorneys, we will discuss you’re the facts surrounding your case, your injuries, and tell you what your rights and options are, at no charge. Your first consultation is always free, no matter how long the meeting lasts.
If we feel we can help you, we will aggressively represent you in the face of the insurance companies. We will upfront all costs for your case and we work on a contingency fee, meaning we will not charge a legal fee until we have reached a settlement on your behalf.