Frequently Asked Questions About Your Personal Injury Case
It’s Not Just Your Case, It’s Your Life
- Why should I choose Vasquez Law Firm, PLLC?
- What types of cases does Vasquez Law Firm, PLLC handle?
- What should I do at the scene if I’m in a car or truck accident?
- What steps should I take after a car or truck accident?
- How do I know if I have a strong case?
- Will the information I share with you be confidential?
- What is the statute of limitations in North Carolina?
- Does North Carolina law require all motor vehicles be insured?
- What can I expect if I choose to work with the Vasquez Law Firm, PLLC personal injury law firm?
- Do I have to pay for my initial meeting with Vasquez Law Firm, PLLC personal injury law firm?
- How much will I have to pay the Vasquez Law Firm, PLLC personal injury law firm at the conclusion of my case?
At Vasquez Law Firm, PLLC, you will find experienced and aggressive personal injury lawyers who care. We are one the personal injury firms in North Carolina. We have three offices located in North Carolina. We have a long record of obtaining excellent results for our clients.
Our firm is dedicated to handling personal injury cases. These cases include:
- Auto Accidents
- Dog Bites
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Products Liability
- Slip & Fall Injury
- Spinal Injury
- Tractor-Trailer Accidents
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Workers’ Compensation
- Wrongful Death
Determining the strength of your case requires legal expertise. Contact Us for a free consultation about your case. If we can’t meet your specific legal needs, we will tell you so and refer you to other law firms which might help you.
Yes. The attorney-client privilege means that your communication with us is confidential.
Every state has a limitation of time within which a personal injury claim must be made. In North Carolina this limit is generally three years from the date of the accident/injury. However, there are some special exceptions to this rule so it is important for you to determine what time limitation applies to the facts of your case. If the claim is not settled or suit filed within the correct time limitation, the injured person’s claim will be barred forever. To learn more about the particular statute of limitations for your possible case, call us at 919-989-3000.
No. You can drive a vehicle without any automobile insurance in North Carolina. However, to do this legally you must pay an uninsured motorist fee of several hundred dollars to the Department of Motor Vehicles.
We want you to understand the way we work. Our Process section of the Website reviews this in detail.
Our fee is based on a percentage of the monetary recovery we make for you. If we recover nothing, you owe us no legal fees. We will explain our fees in detail at our first meeting. Our first meeting is free.