If you've been involved in a car wreck, you're at risk of becoming a victim twice—first in the accident and second by the insurance company. You may trust the insurance company to compensate you fairly and promptly, but many insurance companies don't play fair.
10,839 people were killed in 2009 due to alcohol-impaired driving crashes, accounting for nearly one-third (32 percent) of all traffic-related deaths in the United States.
Whether the insurance company devalues your injuries or offers you less than you're owed, our North Carolina auto accident attorneys will stand up for your rights. Let HensonFuerst help protect your best interests. Call us today at (866) 777-1170 or complete a free initial consultation form.
The costs of an auto accident go beyond what it takes to fix your car. You may also be due compensation for medical bills, documented future medical treatments, and lost wages. Without a Raleigh car accident lawyer from HensonFuerst on your side, the insurance company may not be motivated to fully compensate you.
Don't let stereotypes about personal injury lawyers prevent you from protecting yourself and your family. If you've been involved in car wreck, hiring a lawyer is the responsible thing to do. We have answers, and we're here to help.
“First, I would like to send out a sincere thank you to HensonFuerst for addressing my needs immediately. Second, to my case manager, Emily Cain, for being courteous and returning my phone calls promptly. Last, but not least, to Tiana Zaebst for listening to what I really wanted, which was getting back to my normal life without medical bills. She was there, encouraging me along the way because my patience was getting the best of me. She continued to fight for what I was entitled to have. Thank you for lifting the burden off my heart and being my voice when I didn't think I had one.”
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