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Raleigh And Tarboro Personal Injury Lawyers

Every day, people in North Carolina suffer serious injuries — even deaths — because of the negligence of others. During this difficult time, the last things accident victims and their loved ones want to deal with are insurance companies and legal claims.

Let the experienced personal injury attorneys at O’Malley Tunstall PLLC in Raleigh and Tarboro help you. Our lawyers know how to fight insurance companies when they offer less than you deserve. Whether we reach a favorable settlement on your behalf or take your case to court, we will equip you to make an informed decision about exercising your legal rights.

You May Be Eligible For Compensation

Your injuries may entitle you to compensation for your pain and suffering, lost wages, medical bills, scarring and permanent disability. Depending on your case, a court or jury may also award you additional losses that help to deter those responsible from hurting others in the future.

If you or a loved one is seriously injured in any type of personal injury case, our legal team will help you during your recovery. Our lawyers have a long track record of successes on behalf of our clients. We handle claims such as:

When your injuries prevent you from returning to work or require long-term assistance, our board-certified disability specialist will help you get the workers’ compensation or Social Security Disability benefits you need to move forward.

Protecting Your Rights Starts With A Phone Call – Call Now

We answer our phones 24 hours a day and provide free initial consultations. We will come to you, when need be, or meet with you at our Raleigh or Tarboro office to begin building your case.

When you need representation from people who care about you and the outcome of your claim, complete our confidential online form or call 252-618-0078, 919-748-5440 or 855-975-2625 toll-free today. Your personal injury case will be handled on a contingency basis. This means you pay no attorney fees until we recover losses for you.

Overcoming Your Concerns And Misconceptions

If you or someone you care about is involved in a personal injury lawsuit due to a serious injury or illness, you may have many questions. The attorneys at O’Malley Tunstall PLLC have compiled some common questions that injury victims and their families have.

What is a deposition?

A deposition involves questioning under oath with all of the attorneys and the parties being present. The answers in a deposition are oral. Under some circumstances, deposition testimony may be used in trial.

What is negligence?

When someone is charged with negligence, it means they failed to act like a reasonable person in that situation. There is no requirement that their actions be intentional. There are many elements that must be present for a person to be found negligent.

What are punitive damages?

Damages awarded to punish the defendant or to serve as an example to deter malicious or intentional misconduct.

What should I do if I’m involved in a car accident?

Document the entire situation, including making daily notes of the effects of your injuries after the accident. Also, report the accident to the proper authorities. Take care in giving any statements to insurance companies and consider consulting an attorney to ensure that you have a balanced investigation of the facts.

Do I need an attorney in a personal injury case?

It may be in your best interest to consult with an attorney. Insurance companies have full-time adjusters and attorneys who investigate and present their side in the light most favorable to their insureds. You need to make sure your case is properly investigated and presented.

Schedule a free consultation with us today

Our lawyers have years of experience handling personal injury claims for victims from Raleigh, North Caroline, to the coast. Your initial consultation is completely free, and you will not pay any attorney fees unless we win your case for you.

Call us now at 855-975-2625 to schedule an appointment. You may also send us email. The sooner you call, the faster we can help you.

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