Personal Injury: We Want To Help You Secure Maximum Compensation
After you have been injured due to the negligence of another individual, you are left to deal with the pain, expenses, and disability of your injury. At Scott Law Group, we are committed to fighting for injured individuals in Winston-Salem, the Piedmont Triad and throughout North Carolina. We work alongside accident victims and their families to recover the damages they need to pay bills, cover lost wages, find relief from the pain, and move forward with their lives.
Don’t Let The Insurance Companies Make You A Victim A Second Time
In cases of car wrecks and truck accidents, our lawyers closely investigate the accident and identify all at-fault parties. We are prepared to handle all vehicle accidents, including motorcycle accidents and devastating truck or semitrailer accidents.
We are also equipped to represent the interests of our clients in all personal injury matters, including:
- Personal injury
- Serious injury
- Wrongful death
- Tractor-trailer accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Injuries from defective products
- Construction accidents
It can be very difficult to get the benefits you deserve and need from an insurance company following an accident or injury, whether it is your own insurance provider or that of the at-fault individual. With many legal nuances and loopholes, these companies often withhold payment. We will act on your behalf with the insurance company, bypassing the roadblocks typically thrown in the path of individuals trying to receive their benefits while representing themselves.
We Do The Fighting So You Can Focus On Recovering
We accept all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, not collecting an attorney fee unless you recover damages. To arrange a free initial consultation to discuss your injury and how we can help, call our Kernersville law office today at 336-310-8569 or toll-free at 800-566-2907. To reach us via email, complete our online contact form. We have served Winston-Salem and North Carolina for more than 20 years.