When you get injured in North Carolina, it can be difficult to know where to turn for help. You may be suffering from little more than a sore neck, or you could be facing life-altering injuries, like spine or brain damage. Perhaps you’re dealing with an infection after your neighbor’s dog bit you, or you may be coping with severe side effects after taking certain medications.
Regardless of the specifics of the situation, when you are injured due to someone else’s actions, you have legal rights. Individuals and companies that cause injury should be held accountable for their actions, and at Auger & Auger, our goal is make sure you get the compensation you deserve. Our law firm specializes in helping victims — never the person who caused the injury.
To find out more about how we can help you, give us a call or contact us online today for a free consultation. If you are looking for more information about coping with injuries and illnesses caused by someone else’s actions, we have prepared some online resources below, including our blog and frequently asked questions. If you would like to move forward with a damages claim, please call us at any time.
Our blog is filled with the latest news and legal information about personal injury in North Carolina. From dangerous drugs to car accidents and other causes of injury, you can find information about it here.
Being injured can be a confusing time. We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions so you can quickly find the answer to your own inquiry. If your question is not answered here, or you would like more information, please contact us today.
Attorneys and lawmakers have a tendency to use jargon that is not always easily understood. Auger & Auger will always ensure you know exactly what we’re saying when we speak with you. However, if you have ever received a letter from another attorney or have tried reading the law, you may have found yourself confused about what was actually being said. That’s why we have built a glossary of the most frequently used legal terms in personal injury cases, such as:
And much more. Visit our glossary page to read more. Of course, this list is not exhaustive. If you have questions about certain legal terms after browsing the glossary, feel free to contact us for more information.