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If you have been injured or have lost a friend or family member in an accident, contact Charlotte’s Law Offices of David Concha, P.C., personal injury lawyer.
Dealing with an insurance company can be an intimidating and inconvenient task. Why not let a personal injury attorney with experience handle these matters for you? Many times Insurance companies will try to bully you or get you to settle your claim because they know it isn’t in their best interest to deal with a personal injury lawyer. Insurance companies have may ways in which they try to justify giving you the lowest amount of money possible. Personal injury lawyer David Concha tries to combat these tactics any way he can and try to get his clients a fair settlement. Insurance companies are staffed to the hilt with experienced claims adjusters and retain law firms to fight your claim. Charlotte car accident Attorney David Concha will make every effort to negotiate your claim. Our Charlotte Law Offices goal is to avoid litigation, but we aren’t afraid to go to court on your behalf. Additionally, if we believe your case should go to trial we will advise you to do so if that is in your best interest. One of the great things about an accident case in comparison to other legal cases is that if we aren’t able to recover any money we don’t charge a legal fee for our representation.
Motor vehicle collisions are among the leading causes of accident-related injuries and deaths every year in the United States. If the driver of the other vehicle was negligent in their driving, whether that was playing with the radio, making phone calls, drinking and driving, or sending text messages, you may be able to recover for any injuries or property damage that you suffered.
Charlotte’s car accident Attorney David Concha has helped many families and individuals involved in accidents with drunk drivers or drug users. Our Law Offices can help you get the recovery you deserve.
If you have been injured on a person’s property or at a business, we may be able to seek redress either through a homeowners policy, medical payments coverage, or other types of insurance policies that individuals or business may maintain in the event of accidents that transpire on their premises.
Our mission in an accident case is to get you as much money as possible and also to leave you with no debt if possible. We are able to accomplish our mission in most cases. Unfortunately, money is the only form of justice in an accident case. Most individuals would rather not be injured or inconvenienced by an accident. Since money is the only way to make a person whole in such an unfortunate situation, we do our level best to get our clients the best results possible. We offer a 25% contingency fee if we are able to settle your case. Most personal injury attorneys charge a 33 1/3% contingency fee to settle your case. We do this in the hope that the client is able to receive as much compensation as possible.
We are able to reach a settlement agreement in most cases. People that retain legal counsel are typically more likely to receive a greater recovery for their losses. We look forward to holding your hand through the process and reaching a successful outcome. If you would like more information or would like us to help you with your matter our consultations are FREE! Please contact David Concha, Charlotte personal injury lawyer at (704) 525-8824.
Court Arcade Building
725 E Trade St, #215
Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: (704) 525-8824
Fax: (704) 525-8820
We serve the following localities: Cabarrus County including Concord and Kannapolis; Catawba County including Conover, Hickory, and Newton; Gaston County including Belmont, Gastonia, and Mount Holly; Iredell County including Mooresville and Statesville; Lincoln County including Lincolnton; Mecklenburg County including Charlotte, Huntersville, and Matthews; Union County including Indian Trail, Monroe, and Waxhaw; Lancaster County including Lancaster; and York County including York.