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Car Accident Lawyers Serving North Carolina (NC) - Montlick & Associates

Our North Carolina Auto Accident Attorneys Fight for Maximum Compensation for Victims Injured by Negligent Drivers 

We Know What It Takes to Win™ Auto Accident Cases in North Carolina

If you or a loved one has been injured in an auto accident in North Carolina caused by someone else’s negligence, our lawyers are just a phone call away.  Call Montlick & Associates, Injury Attorneys, to learn about your legal rights, as well as the steps that are necessary to protect those rights. Over 38 years, our firm has represented thousands of injured victims in ALL TYPES of auto accidents caused by negligence.  Our attorneys understand the tremendous hardship our clients face from such accidents, including costly medical care, lost income, disability, and pain and suffering.  We fight hard on behalf of each client in order to maximize their rights to compensation under the law, and we have the track record to prove it.  Over the years, we have recovered billions of dollars in compensationfor our clients.*  Our Experience Pays!

At Montlick and Associates, our mission is to treat each client’s case as if it were our own.  We provide exceptional representation to our clients, and take pride in operating at all times with honesty, integrity, high moral character and unquestionable ethics.  Our lawyers keep our clients informed of all important developments in their cases, and return phone calls promptly.  Additionally, we provide personalized attention to each case, and treat our clients with the dignity and respect that they deserve during such a difficult time in their lives.  

Our attorneys are dedicated to aggressively pursuing our clients’ cases, whether they live in North Carolina or anywhere else in the United States.**  Call us 24/7 Nationwide at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333) or from your cell phone by dial #WIN (#946) from your cell phone to receive your free consultation. You can also send us a Free Case Evaluation Form or chat with us live at

Protecting Your Rights in the Aftermath of an Auto Accident

The initial days following a car accident can be overwhelming, while dealing with physical injuries, especially when insurance companies act quickly to minimize, or even deny your claim.  Insurance industry research, however, indicates that claimants who retain attorneys generally receive substantially more compensation than those who do not. Insurance adjusters know this, so they tend to exploit claimants’ lack of experience with the legal process.  By way of example, insurance companies will often to speak with unrepresented injury victims on a recorded line, with the intention of gathering information to use against them.  They also often offer “quick settlements” to claimants, especially when the nature, extent and severity of their injuries are not yet known. Settling a case prematurely permanently bars your right to going back and getting more money later.  

Our attorneys know how to navigate the claims process and overcome insurance company tactics and traps. We also know how to present our clients’ cases in the most favorable manner possible, and aggressively fight for their rights to maximum compensation under the law.  When insurance companies do not offer enough compensation to our clients, we will not hesitate, when appropriate, to pursue their cases in litigation, up to and including at trial.

Types of Auto Accident Cases We Handle

Our firm handles claims arising out of ALL types of automobile accidents involving negligence, including:

  • Rear-end collisions
  • Improper lane changes
  • T-bone collisions
  • Disregard of traffic control devices and signs
  • Improper turns
  • Failure to yield
  • Rollovers
  • Trucking accidents
  • Accidents involving pedestrians
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Accidents caused by drunk or intoxicated drivers
  • Hit-and-run incidents

Your North Carolina Car Accident Questions Answered — Call Now for a Free Consultation

If you were or a loved one was involved in a car accident in North Carolina that was caused by someone else’s negligence, contact our offices today. We will discuss the facts and circumstances of your case and advise you on your legal options. You can reach our attorneys 24/7 Nationwide at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333) or #WIN (#946) on your mobile phone. We are also available day and night through our Free Live Chat and through our Free Case Evaluation Form at

Act Quickly to Protect Your Legal Rights

When you have been injured in an auto accident, it is important to act quickly to protect your legal rights. Every state in the U.S., including North Carolina, has statutes of limitations, or legal time deadlines, that apply to all legal claims. Failure to comply with the required actions that must be taken prior to the expiration of all applicable time deadlines will completely bar your right to compensation. 

In North Carolina, the statute of limitations on a personal injury car accident case is generally three years from the date of the accident, but there are exceptions that can shorten or lengthen the deadline!  By way of example only, certain types of claims against governmental entities in North Carolina, and also claims against the Federal Government carry shorter deadlines.  The statute of limitation is also shorter in North Carolina in the event of wrongful death. In some cases, a combination of different claims may exist, which may involve multiple defendants and/or different jurisdictions, resulting in the application of multiple legal deadlines.  Our experienced attorneys can review your case to determine which deadlines apply to your case, and we take the required actions to preserve all important legal deadlines on behalf of our clients.

In addition to legal deadlines, there other reasons not to delay in seeking legal assistance. Many plaintiffs are surprised to learn that many times their own insurance policies can contain valuable coverage, such as, by way of example only, Uninsured/Underinsured motorist coverage or MedPay (an optional no-fault type of insurance that covers medical expenses).  However, most insurance policies have timely notification deadlines, which, if allowed to lapse, can result in the loss of valuable compensation and benefits. Additionally, in the aftermath of an accident, evidence can disappear and witnesses can go missing or forget what happened.  For the above reasons, you should not delay in seeking legal advice, as you a have limited amount of time to pursue your claim.

Our car accident lawyers at Montlick & Associates examine all applicable avenues of recovery and make sure that any relevant legal and contractual notification deadlines are preserved.  We also act to preserve important evidence and interview witnesses when appropriate. Do not delay in protecting your legal rights. When you call 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333) or #WIN (#946) on your mobile phone, you can receive a free case evaluation from a Montlick & Associates attorney. We are also available day and night through our Free Live Chat and through our Free Case Evaluation Form at

What is My North Carolina Car Accident Case Worth?

Evaluating the value of a claim is a critical stage of each case. Our lawyers pursue all types of damages that our clients are entitled to under the law, based on the specific facts and circumstances, which may include compensation for:

  • Past present and future medical expenses;
  • Past, present and future lost income and lost or diminished ability to earn income;
  • Repair costs or the cost of replacing your vehicle;
  • Physical pain and suffering;
  • Mental and emotional distress;
  • Negative effects on your relationship with your spouse; and
  • Punitive damages, in the event the defendant’s actions rise to the egregious level of fraud, malice, willful or wanton conduct.

In the event of wrongful death, North Carolina families of lost loved ones can generally pursue the following types of damages pursuant to North Carolina General Statute § 28A-18-2,among others:

  • Services, protection, care and assistance of the decedent;
  • The decedent’s loss of society, companionship, comfort, and guidance;
  • The decedent’s projected net income;
  • Medical expenses for the injury that caused the family member’s death;
  • Pain and suffering endured prior to death;
  • Reasonable funeral expenses

The amount of compensation that each client receives depends on many factors, including, the strength of the liability, the costs of medical care and amount of lost wages, the severity and permanence of any injuries, and whether the person is temporarily or permanently disabled, to name a few.  Other considerations involve the county where a potential lawsuit would be filed, the likeability and credibility of the witnesses, and the strength of the evidence available.  As such, each individual case is unique, and precise case value is usually not apparent at the beginning of case.  However, our attorneys are able to advise our clients on a range of predicted case value once all of the evidence has been assembled, we have learned the extent and long-term effects of the injury, we have reviewed all medical records and expenses, and evaluated the applicable law and the strength of the evidence.

Learn How Our Attorneys Can Help You and Your Family!

Have you been injured or lost a family member at the hands of a negligent driver?  Our auto accident lawyers share a steadfast commitment to seeking justice for injury victims and We Know What It Takes To Win!  Call Montlick & Associates, Attorneys at Law, 24 hours a day for your Free Consultation at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333) or by simply dialing #WIN (#946) from your mobile phone.  We also can be contacted at where you can submit a Free Case Evaluation Form 24/7 or utilize our 24-Hour Live Chat.

*Dollars recovered are cumulative and are not indicative of individual case results. Each case is unique.  Results depend on the facts and applicable law.

**Legal Services are provided by Montlick & Associates, P.C. and when appropriate local associated law firms at no additional cost to you depending on the jurisdiction, and any specialized expertise required.  For more information, click here.

Please Note:
Many of our blog articles discuss the law. All information provided about the law is very general in nature and should not be relied upon as legal advice. Every situation is different, and should be analyzed by a lawyer who can provide individualized advice based on the facts involved in your unique situation, and a consideration of all of the nuances of the statutes and case law that apply at the time.