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Filing an Auto Accident Claim? Crumley Roberts Wants to Help

If you’re injured in an auto accident, you may have to file a legal claim in order to pursue the full amount of compensation you’re owed. The North Carolina car accident lawyers at Crumley Roberts handle legal claims for injured victims across the state of North Carolina, and we want to help you, too.

Before you file a claim, it’s important that you seek medical care for your accident-related injuries. Our legal team will use your medical records to build a strong case on your behalf, regardless of your percentage of fault in the accident.

What if I Was Partially at Fault?

The state of North Carolina is considered a contributory negligence state. That means if your negligence—or careless actions—contributed to the accident, your percentage of fault in the accident is considered when awarding damages, and the amount of compensation you are eligible for can be reduced by your percentage of fault.

Without an experienced attorney handling your legal claim, you may not get the full amount of compensation you need to recover from your injuries and support your family. Our car accident attorneys have extensive knowledge of North Carolina law, and we will fight for the compensation you’re owed—even if you are partially responsible for your accident.

Why You Need to Take Action Now

Regardless of your responsibility, it’s important to take legal action as soon as possible after your accident. There are time limits known as the Statute of Limitations, which determine how long you have to file a claim.

Also, the longer you wait to file a claim, the more time the insurance company has to build a case in its defense—making it harder for you to get the money you deserve.

Call us today at  or complete a free initial consultation form. Crumley Roberts has a dedicated legal team that will stand up for your rights and fight to get you what the accident is really costing you.

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