Crashes Are Common On North Carolina’s Highways
High volumes of traffic cause heavily traveled routes to become dangerous and susceptible to accidents. I-95, I-40, I-85, I-795, I-540, I-465, I-74, I-73, I-77, I-26 and other well-traveled interstates become congested with cars and trucks. Along these roads, it is no wonder that collisions occur frequently.
Following an accident, your first priority is to secure the medical care for any injuries suffered. Additional issues will arise that necessitate the help of an attorney. The sooner you secure legal representation, the sooner the process can begin in pursuing compensation from the responsible parties.
Helping Residents And Vacationers After An Injury
Highway and interstate travel offer convenience for residents of and visitors of the state. North Carolina is the second-largest state highway system in the United States. Approximately 80,000 miles of roads increase the danger of injuries caused by accidents. Many of those drivers are speeding and performing lane changes with reckless intentions or under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
At David & Associates, we move quickly to provide you the help you need. We can help you find medical care and rent a car, and will negotiate with insurers and opposing counsel to maximize your compensation. When the situation warrants it, we are unafraid to assert your rights and interests in court.