Holding Bad Drivers Accountable

Holding Bad Drivers Accountable; Helping Those Harmed

Regardless of what you call them — motor vehicle accidents, car crashes, auto wrecks, motor vehicle collisions, and regardless if they occur on the streets of downtown Charlotte or on the roads and highways of rural Mecklenburg, Iredell, Union, Cabarrus or some other North Carolina county — the incidents that that occur can often cause catastrophic and serious personal injuries and wrongful death.

Any negligent or reckless driver that engages in drunk driving, texting while driving, speeding, reckless driving and divided attention or distracted driving driver can be the proximate cause of harms and losses that will last a lifetime.  Such damages to innocent injured drivers and passengers occur just about every day along busy North Carolina highways like I-85, I-485, I-95, I-40 or I-77, or busy intersections like Providence and Providence (no kidding, it’s also known as Queens and Queens) in Charlotte, or high-volume traffic areas like Franklin Boulevard in Gastonia or Church Street in Concord.

In those cases, North Carolina law provides that the bad driver is responsible for the harms done and should be held accountable.  That’s what we strive to do at DaisleyLaw.

In most cases, that careless driver has liability insurance to cover the losses; but more and more often, reckless operators and owners either have no insurance, or not enough insurance, to make up for the harm done.  All too often though, without the guidance of professional legal counsel with experience in insurance and injury law, injured persons simply do not get the help they are entitled to receive.

At DaisleyLaw, PLLC we have extensive experience in understanding the need for determining the full extent of available recovery —  insurance coverage from liability policies, commercial policies, Uninsured Motorist  (UM) Coverage and Under-insured Motorist (UIM) Coverage. Also, injured drivers and passengers often overlook the importance of medical payments coverage (MedPay) when negotiating these claims.

An understanding and compassionate attorney can help navigate a an injured person or family through these issues.

In his 26-year legal career, Charlotte attorney Mike Daisley has represented thousands of individuals and their families in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County, Gaston, Cabarrus, Iredell, Rowan and throughout the “Metrolina” region.  Experience counts, and the legal team at DaisleyLaw, PLLC has training to handle:

  • Alcohol related crashes
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Auto accidents and car collisions
  • Commercial vehicle crashes
  • School bus accidents
  • Trucking accidents and Commercial carrier crashes
  • Motorcycle accidents and crashes
  • Drunk driving accidents and crashes
  • Pedestrian hit and run
  • Wrongful Death cases arising from motor vehicle accidents

We handle personal injury and wrongful death cases on a “contingency fee” basis, which means that no legal fees are charged unless we obtain a recovery from a verdict or settlement on your behalf.  (Although clients are ultimately responsible for the out-of-pocket costs and expenses associated with the presentation of their claims, we have always worked with our clients to avoid any severe debt problems, and often advance costs and expenses until the end of the case.)

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