Most North Carolina auto accidents occur between strangers — or at least relative strangers.
For instance, perhaps a trucker randomly rear-ended you on I-95 or a young teenage driver blew through a yellow light at 60 miles per hour and knocked your car so hard it
spun around two times. You didn’t know the people who hit you, which is just as well.
Unfortunately, every so often, North Carolina car accidents involve collisions between friends and/or family members. What happens then? How can you collectively sort out
liability issues without wreaking havoic on the family or on a long-term friendship?
Issues like this can get pretty dicey, especially since car accidents can often lead to
surprisingly long-term costs, including rehab, therapy, time off or work, and other damages. In most circumstances, the situation can be settled relatively harmoniously.
Hopefully no one got seriously hurt or killed in your crash. Hopefully, the liable driver or drivers had insurance, so that the insurance companies can bear the brunt of the cost. However, not every driver in North Carolina has insurance. Not every accident has happy ending — or even an “okay” ending.
The team here at the Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo is a highly sensitive, experienced, and strategic legal force. We know how to handle complex cases with accuracy and effectiveness, and we can help you and your family figure out how to deal with your post-accident puzzle, so that it leads to a minimum of acrimony, frustration, guilt, and confusion.
You road to rehabilitation — or just the road to processing what you’ve been through –
may take a long time. However, you can gain immediate clarity about what to do next and how to do it by getting in touch with our team today at (877) 529-1222.
Your situation does not have to be complex or confusing. DeMayo Law is here to help.