Frequently Asked Questions
No. It is important that you consult with an attorney regarding claims for Social Security disability to learn the rules of the Social Security Administration.
Downtown Durham, NC 100 East Parrish Street Suite 200 Durham, NC 27701 We are one block from the court house.
The person who is filing the lawsuit.
The defendant may allege that a plaintiff was negligent and contributed to his injuries due to his own negligence. In North Carolina, if a plaintiff and Defendant were both negligent, the plaintiff can be barred from recovery and may be awarded nothing. There are exceptions to this rule.
The period of time in which an individual must file suit. If suit is not filed within the time allowed, the defendant may ask the Court to dismiss the lawsuit as not being timely filed. Often the statute of limitations depends upon the legal theory of the lawsuit. Sometimes the issue is so complex that a Court must resolve it. It is important that an attorney file the lawsuit before the defendant can argue that the lawsuit is barred as untimely.
All fees will be quoted clearly after the initial free consultation. In most cases, the fee agreement is in writing and signed by both the lawyer and client.
Yes, all emails will be reviewed by an attorney and an attorney will answer emails the following business day after receipt of the email.
The person being sued.
1, General damages: Your pain and suffering; mental and physical and your general disability.
2, Special damages: Lost earnings, medical bills and any other out-of-pocket losses.
3, Punitive damages: Additional money that can be paid to the plaintiff to punish especially bad conduct of the defendant.