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Is North Carolina a “no fault” accident state?
North Carolina is actually an “at fault” State when it comes to auto insurance.
There are various differences and trade-offs when it comes to comparing no-fault with at-fault law. A no-fault auto insurance policy has a limit on the ability to sue for certain types of damages such as pain and suffering.
When you sit down with one of our attorneys at your (free) consultation meeting, we’ll be able to give you more information on how best to approach your claim and what the actual law permits.
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OUR ADVICE TO YOU:
It’s often the case that the outcome of an accident or injury claim can hinge on the smallest of details. While it may seem appealing to try to handle a case on your own, it’s rare that acting independently of a lawyer will yield the best results for the plaintiff. Therefore, whilst we encourage you to read the useful articles at our website, we strongly recommend that you seek sound legal advice before attempting to deal with any type of accident or injury claim on your own.