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Personal Injury Lawyer


April 13, 2016

Have a Personal Injury Case?

When you get in an accident or suffer a serious injury, trying to figure out what to do can be overwhelming.  At Beaver Courie, our personal injury attorneys will help you through this difficult time. Our team has earned recognition among clients and legal professionals throughout the region for our capacity to help personal injury victims fight for their rights.

You undoubtedly have some questions about your situation. Here are some answers to common questions:

How soon do I have to file a lawsuit claim after my injury?

Each state has different rules on this, but all states have time limits for filing a claim, which means that time is of the essence. The deadlines also differ depending on the type of case you are filing. In North Carolina, the statute of limitations for personal injury cases requires injured persons to file their lawsuits by three years from the date of the injury.  (N.C. Gen. Stat. section 1-52). It is vital to file in this three year period, or you will lose your right to compensation.

What kind of damages can I recover in my personal injury case?
The damages you may be able to recover include:

  • Medical expenses (past & future)
  • Pain and suffering
  • Scarring
  • Lost wages (past & future)
  • Lost earning capacity
  • Punitive damages
  • Loss of consortium (injury to a marital relationship)

What is contributory negligence?

Contributory negligence is when the business or person you are filing against claims that you are at least partially at fault for causing your injury. In North Carolina, if proven, contributory negligence will prevent you from recovering anything for your injuries.

Do I have a personal injury case?

There are many different types of personal injury claims. To learn whether you have a personal injury claim, contact our office of capable, award-winning lawyers at Beaver Courie! We will fight for your rights and the best possible resolution to your personal injury claim.

Why choose Beaver Courie?

For over four decades, our law firm has been building successful case results by helping personal injury victims, one case at a time. We have helped people recover full and fair money damages for personal injury and wrongful death claims resulting from:

How do I Begin?

Help is only a phone call or click away! You can start by filling out our Personal Injury Case Evaluation Form . We will contact you and begin working with on your case.

When results matter…choose Beaver Courie Attorneys at Law.

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Fayetteville Office:

Cumberland County
230 Green Street
Fayetteville NC 28301
P: (910) 323-4600
F: (910) 323-3403

Raeford Office:

Hoke County
127 W. Edinborough Ave.
P.O. Box 688
Raeford, NC 28376
P: (910) 875-3379
F: (910) 875-4030

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