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Crumley Roberts FAQ

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1. How much do you charge for your services?

It’s simple: We don’t charge an attorney’s fee unless we win your case. At Crumley Roberts, you won’t see a single bill from us unless we get you compensation for your claim. Because we work on a contingency fee basis, you don’t have to worry about paying upfront attorney’s fees for our legal representation.

2. What types of cases do you handle?

At Crumley Roberts, we’ve been helping North Carolinians through many types of personal injury claims for more than 25 years. If you or a family member were injured through no fault of your own, hurt at work, cheated out of hard-earned money, or are disabled and need benefits, we want to talk to you.

There’s no cost or obligation to learn how we may be able to help with your legal matter, and it takes just minutes to get started. Dial 866-336-4547 or complete our free initial consultation form to get in touch with our staff 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

For resources, information, and a complete list of case types we handle, visit our Practice Areas page.

3. Do I have to have a lawyer to file a claim?

No, but it can be difficult to navigate the legal system without having experienced representation on your side. Without a lawyer’s help, you may not know what evidence you need to build your case, when to submit forms to meet deadlines, and how to negotiate with the insurance company.

4. How can Crumley Roberts help me?

If you or someone you love has been injured, you know how frightening and uncertain life can be. At Crumley Roberts, it’s our goal to take the stress of worrying about medical bills and lost wages off your shoulders and allow you to focus on what’s most important: getting better. From building your case to standing by you in the courtroom, we’re here to protect your rights.

5. Who will work on my case?

Once the nature of your case has been determined, it will be assigned to a case manager and an experienced attorney who focuses on that area of the law. Your attorney will handle all of your legal issues while the case manager will keep your case moving and answer any questions you may have along the way. We also have in-house investigators who will help us gather and analyze evidence to build your claim.

6. What’s my case worth?

The value of your case depends on several different factors and can only be properly evaluated once all of the information and evidence for your claim has been gathered. Our personal injury attorneys in Greensboro and Charlotte can determine how much compensation you may be owed by looking at your medical expenses, lost wages—both current and future—the cost of your vehicle repairs, and more.

If you’ve been injured in an accident that was no fault of your own, Crumley Roberts is here for you.

7. Will my attorney be with me if my case goes to trial?

Yes. At Crumley Roberts, our personal injury lawyers are dedicated to standing up for our clients’ rights at all times. Although we’ll do everything in our power to settle your case before it goes to trial, sometimes a hearing is necessary to make sure you get the compensation you deserve. Your attorney will be with you every step of the way and will help you prepare for your day in court.

8. Can I contact your law firm after hours?

Yes, please visit our contact page to get in touch. Our phone lines and Web forms are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. No matter what time of day it is, when you call us, you’ll talk to someone who understands your case and can get you in touch with our attorneys as soon as possible.

9. Where are your offices located?

At Crumley Roberts, we have offices located throughout North and South Carolina. In fact, with 13 convenient locations, we can serve you no matter where you live in the Carolinas.

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