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According to the National Safety Council (NSC), more than 6 million Americans sustain a debilitating personal injury each year in the U.S. While such personal injury may be caused by plane or car accidents, others may result from exposure to toxins, assault, medical malpractice or on-the-job accidents. In the worst cases of personal injury, victims may be left with irreversible physical disabilities, if they actually survive.
At Kelly & West Attorneys at Law, our distinguished personal injury lawyers are devoted to:
- Developing personalized, professional relationships with each of our clients so we can effectively put their needs first
- Compiling and presenting the strongest possible personal injury cases for our clients
- Aggressively litigating our clients rights in trial, arbitration and mediation proceedings
- Working tirelessly to help our clients obtain the largest possible settlement/awards
We welcome victims of personal injuries in Cumberland or anywhere throughout North Carolina to attend a complimentary initial consult to get a comprehensive evaluation of their case, followed by expert advice regarding the most appropriate manner in which to proceed.
Other areas of expertise include:
- Bicycle Accidents
- Cumberland Auto Accidents
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- Defective Products
- Dog Bites
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- Head Injuries
- Hit & Run
- Infant Brain Damage
- Medical Malpractice
- Nursing Home Injuries
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Personal Injuries
- Slip/Trip & Fall
- Truck Accidents
For those who choose to secure our superior legal representation, we will commit to providing prompt and professional legal service. Please contact our Cumberland personal injury lawyers today.
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