What Kind of Evidence Is Used in a Personal Injury Case?
After being hurt, you may decide to file a personal injury claim. These claims help you seek compensation for the losses you suffered as well as hold the responsible parties accountable for their actions. To successfully prove that a person or company caused your injuries, you must have evidence backing your claim. Below, the attorneys…Read More
Best Practices on How to Behave in Court
If you have an upcoming courtroom appearance or a scheduled meeting at your local courthouse, you may be curious about how to behave in court. Most people want to ensure that they have the proper courtroom etiquette, regardless of if they are the defendant, plaintiff, witness, or spectator. The Charlotte personal injury attorneys at Price,…Read More
Why You Never Want to “DIY” Your Own Injury Case
When it comes to any type of court case, individuals are allowed to represent themselves. However, just because they are allowed to do this does not mean that they should. You may be thinking that you do not want to spend money on a personal injury attorney when you already have growing medical bills, no…Read More
What Is the Role of an Expert Witness in a Personal Injury Case?
In almost any court case, witnesses will be called on to recount the event in question in order to clarify exactly what happened. They are usually someone who saw or heard the accident take place and are asked to testify in order to prove one side or to discredit the other. These types of witnesses…Read More
What Does It Mean to “Settle” an Injury Case?
When you get hurt in North Carolina and choose to pursue legal action through a personal injury case, it is not always a quick process. You will need to work alongside an experienced Charlotte personal injury attorney to help you prove your injuries and get you the compensation you deserve. That compensation will help cover…Read More
Why Am I Named in a Lawsuit When I Didn’t Cause the Accident?
When you are involved in an accident that causes injuries, it’s important to discover who the liable party is. Otherwise, you might find yourself receiving a complaint for a lawsuit in the mail. Your first thought is probably, “Why am I getting sued for a car accident I didn’t cause?” One of the points of…Read More
The Long-Term Effects of 3 Common Childhood Injuries
It is no secret that children get hurt—and quite often at that. Playing on a playground, swimming in a pool, or participating in sports are some of the most common ways injuries can happen. What most people do not realize is that while those wounds may heal, the original injury can still lead to further…Read More
What Should I Bring to My First Meeting with a Charlotte Injury Attorney?
Immediately after an accident, the last thing you want to worry about is filing a lawsuit against the person responsible for your injuries, pain and suffering. You should always focus on your health and well-being first and foremost. But once you are ready to file action against the party at fault in your accident, Price,…Read More
SCOTUS Rules State Can Seek Recovery of Future Medical Expenses from Injury Settlements
On June 6, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision on Gallardo v. Marstiller (No. 20-1263), ruling that the Medicaid Act does not preclude Florida’s policies dictating how the state secures Medicaid reimbursements from third parties. In doing so, they ruled that Florida can seek reimbursement from personal injury settlement payments allocated for future,…Read More
Why Overboard Accidents Are So Often Fatal
One of the most popular activities during the summertime, especially here in the Charlotte area, is boating. Whether you and your family like to fish or just enjoy being out on the water, boating is a really fun and accessible activity for many people. However, your day out on the water can turn to tragedy…Read More