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Charlotte Injury Lawyer Matt Arnold answers the question: “An adjuster for the at-fault driver’s insurance company has contacted me and has offered to settle my claim. Should I do this?”

If you have been injured because of someone else’s negligence, you may be considering filing a personal injury claim against the negligent party’s insurance company. Once you do that, you will be dealing with an insurance adjuster whose job is to value your claim and pay as little as possible.

Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney Matt Arnold answers the question: “What if the accident was my fault?”

When summer ends, Americans celebrate Labor Day on the first Monday in September. During the long holiday weekend, millions of Americans attend backyard barbecues, beach parties, picnics, firework shows, and other events with their family members and friends.

Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney Brad Smith answers the question: ” Do I have to pay a fee to meet with an attorney about my personal injury case?”

While skydiving accidents are not as common as car crashes or even boating accidents, you can be injured while performing a maneuver due to faulty or defective equipment or due to lack of experience.

Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney Matt Arnold answers the question: “What if the accident was my fault?”

When a motorist fails to yield the right of way and violates a traffic law, he or she may be held liable for the resulting damages and losses in the event of a car crash. A car driver failing to yield to another motorist, bicyclist, motorcyclist, or pedestrians may have devastating consequences.

Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney Matt Arnold answers the question: ” What should I do if I’m injured as a passenger in a car accident?”

For millions of North Carolinians, ridesharing has become one of the most popular methods of travel. People in North Carolina and elsewhere in the United States rely on ridesharing apps such as Uber and Lyft to commute and get around the city.

Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney Matt Arnold answers the question: “The insurance adjuster is saying I am partially negligent what does that mean?”

Often, people get injured in auto accidents caused by individuals driving a company car in the scope of their employment. Can injured persons file a personal injury claim against the employer of the driver who caused a crash?

Charlotte Injury Lawyer Matt Arnold answers the question: “What is the value of my case?”

If you were injured in a crash and received or are about to receive a personal injury settlement, you may wonder, “Will I have to pay taxes on my settlement?

Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney Matt Arnold answers the question: “What if the accident was my fault?”

Typically, a driver who causes a car crash in Charlotte or elsewhere in North Carolina is held liable for the resulting damages if the victim can prove that the driver was negligent. However, one of the defenses in a car accident injury claim is the “sudden incapacitation” of the motorist.

Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney Matt Arnold answers the question: “What if the accident was my fault?”

In North Carolina, those who become injured in car accidents or other accidents must prove that another individual or entity was negligent in causing their injury in order to obtain compensation. However, since North Carolina follows the “contributory negligence” doctrine, you may be barred from recovering damages if you were partially at fault for the crash.

Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney Matt Arnold answers the question: “What does the “one-bite rule” mean in NC dog bite cases?”

A victim of a dog bite can sustain physical injuries and financial losses associated with the injury. How do victims of dog bites obtain compensation for their losses and damages in North Carolina?

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