Charlotte Auto Accident Attorneys

At Jetton & Meredith in Charlotte, our lawyers represent people who have suffered serious injuries in auto accidents. We offer a free initial consultation to explain your rights and answer your questions about medical care and bills, vehicle damage, lost wages and other concerns you may have.

Your Medical Treatment Comes First

Your medical treatment after an accident is important for two reasons. First of all, if you do not seek treatment from the right medical professionals and follow up on your treatment plan, it may take you much longer to recover. Secondly, if you fail to seek treatment or you discontinue treatment, the insurance company responsible for paying your claim will not believe that you are really injured.

Some people try to tough out injuries following an accident. However, some health issues such as concussions or back injuries can lead to lifelong health problems. The longer you wait to seek treatment, the harder it can be to prove to the insurance company that your injury was accident-related.

You may not know for several months how an injury will affect you in the future. If you recover fully in a relatively short amount of time, that is the best outcome. However, if you end up with a permanent impairment, it is important to demand enough compensation to meet your future needs. For this reason, our attorneys will not resolve your personal injury case until we know what your future needs will be.

Contact Our Mecklenburg County Auto Accident Lawyers

For more information about your rights, contact our Charlotte car accident lawyers. We charge no fees until and unless we obtain compensation for you.


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