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Nagle & Associates, P.A. has recovered over $500 million in compensation for serious motor vehicle accident victims throughout North Carolina.

25 percent Lowest Industry Fees

Our focus on high-damage cases allows us to offer a lower legal fee on settlements and trial verdicts. Almost ALL other injury lawyers charge 1/3 of the personal injury settlement. If we accept your case, our fee is 1/4 of settlement.

100 motor vehicle accidents Focused Practice

We exclusively handle serious motor vehicle accident cases. Nagle & Associates, P.A. strives to be the authority on motor vehicle accidents and insurance law.

Raleigh, NC Car Accident Attorney

Getting into a vehicle accident can be a terrifying experience. Crash victims in Raleigh, North Carolina, often struggle to recover compensation from insurance carriers and at-fault parties. However, at Nagle & Associates, our team is ready to help. We have extensive experience handling complex vehicle accident claims in Raleigh and throughout North Carolina. Carl Nagle represents victims throughout North Carolina, including in Winston-Salem, Asheville, and Wilmington. Mr. Nagle and his team have recovered over $290 million in compensation for victims throughout the state.

Serving Auto Accident Victims Throughout North Carolina

At Nagle & Associates, we provide compassionate, personalized assistance to people who have been involved in serious motor vehicle accidents. With over 20 years of experience purely in the motor vehicle accident arena, Raleigh, NC car accident lawyer Carl Nagle represents victims throughout North Carolina, including in Winston-Salem, Asheville, and Wilmington. Mr. Nagle and his team have recovered over $290 million in compensation for victims throughout the state.

We understand the financial issues and legal issues that arise from serious motor vehicle accidents because we practice exclusively in this area of law. Our focus on traumatic injury cases arising from car, motorcycle, bicycle, pedestrian, truck and other vehicle accidents has led us to forge strong relationships with a wide range of experts in this area, ranging from doctors and surgeons to accident reconstruction engineers, law enforcement, economists and vocational rehabilitation experts. Having previously worked in the insurance industry, Mr. Nagle knows the tactics that insurers and their attorneys often use to unfairly limit their payouts to accident victims. As a former insurance adjuster and former insurance company lawyer, Carl will craft persuasive strategies to protect your rights, maximize compensation, and solve problems in your time of need.

How Will an Attorney Help a Car Accident Claim?

Car accident claims can be notoriously challenging, particularly when it comes to determining the liability of the other driver(s) involved. Most individuals who sustain injuries and property damage do not have the resources necessary to handle every aspect of their claims. In fact, insurance carriers count on this.

When an attorney gets involved in a case like this, their role will be multifaceted. An attorney can use their resources to handle every aspect of the claim, including the following:

  • Obtain all evidence needed to prove liability, including the police report, video surveillance, photographs taken at the scene of the incident, statements from eyewitnesses, and more.
  • Ensure their client is evaluated by trusted medical professionals who can treat their injuries and properly estimate total medical costs.
  • Work with economic experts to calculate lost income and out-of-pocket expenses caused by the incident.
  • Vigorously negotiate with aggressive insurance carriers to recover total compensation.
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Even as settlement negotiations are ongoing, an attorney will also fully prepare to take a case to trial if necessary to ensure their client is treated fairly.

What Evidence is Needed to Prove Liability

There are various types of evidence that can help prove liability in the aftermath of a vehicle accident in North Carolina. Some of this evidence can be gathered at the scene of the incident, but other types of evidence may not be found until the days and weeks following the crash. We do want to point out how important it is to work with a skilled North Carolina vehicle accident lawyer when gathering evidence for these cases. Most individuals do not have the resources necessary to handle every aspect of these claims, but an attorney will be able to get involved early and work on your behalf.

Some of the main types of evidence that insurance carriers or personal injury juries need to determine liability include the following:

  • Photograph taken at the scene of the crash
  • Video surveillance captured on nearby cameras or dashcams
  • Statements from any eyewitnesses at the scene
  • Statements from other drivers and passengers involved in the crash
  • Vehicle “black box” data
  • Mobile device data to show distracted driving

In addition to the evidence that can help determine liability, medical records can also help substantiate what happened. For example, if an injured driver claims they were T-boned, medical records showing trauma to the side of the body where the incident occurred could help substantiate the T-bone claim.

For some vehicle accident claims in Raleigh and the surrounding areas, an attorney may need to work with accident reconstruction experts to help prove liability. These experts have extensive experience using science and mathematics to fully analyze the crash scene so they can determine exactly what happened. Accident reconstruction experts can provide 3D renderings and diagrams to present to insurance carriers, and they can testify in front of personal injury juries if necessary.

Types of Compensation Available for a Raleigh, NC Car Accident Claim

There may be various types of compensation available for car accident victims in Raleigh, North Carolina. In general, our attorneys will help clients recover both economic and non-economic compensation in these situations.

  • Economic compensation. This is also referred to as special damages after a vehicle accident occurs. These are calculable expenses that a person sustains as a result of the vehicle accident and can include the following:
    • Medical bills related to the incident
    • Lost income if a crash victim cannot work while they recover
    • Household out-of-pocket losses sustained by a crash victim
    • Property damage expenses for the vehicle, phones, computers, or any other damaged property
  • Non-economic compensation. This is also referred to as general damages that occur as a result of a vehicle accident. These are the types of losses that are more immeasurable because there are no bills or receipts that can be added up and totaled. Some of the most common types of non-economic damages awarded after a Raleigh vehicle accident include:
    • Physical pain and suffering losses
    • Emotional and psychological damage
    • Loss of enjoyment of life damages
    • Loss of consortium for a spouse or family members

The total amount of compensation available to crash victims in Raleigh will vary depending on the factors related to each particular incident. In general, we find that the more severe the injuries, the more compensation crash victims are likely to receive through an insurance settlement or a personal injury jury verdict. Other factors that can affect compensation amounts include how long a person is away from work, the level of the victim’s pain and suffering, and the total property damage amounts.

What if an Insurance Company Made a Settlement Offer?

What should you do if an insurance carrier comes to you with a settlement offer?

There is no one answer to this question, but one thing is certain – you need to work with an attorney who can examine the settlement offer and help guide you towards the best response. The reality is that insurance carriers often put forth settlement offers early in negotiations in an effort to get a crash victim to settle for much less than their cases actually worth. Insurance carriers regularly do this if they know they are going to lose the case.

Early settlement offers can be tempting, particularly when crash victims have to worry about incoming medical expenses and property damage bills. However, an early settlement offer should be treated as the starting point for negotiations towards a higher amount.

It is crucial for all crash victims in Raleigh, NC, to understand that, once a settlement offer is signed and accepted, there will be no way to go back later on and reopen the case to recover more compensation. If a crash victim discovers that their injuries are worse than they originally thought, they will not be able to recover compensation for any additional medical bills if they have already accepted a settlement from the insurance carrier.

How Long do You Have to File a Claim?

Car accident victims in Raleigh, North Carolina, need to understand that they have a limited amount of time to file these claims. First and foremost, everyone needs to know that insurance carriers have very strict reporting deadlines. In most cases, insurance contracts stipulate that accidents be reported within a day or two after the incident occurs. We strongly encourage you to check with your insurance carrier about how long you have to file a claim. Failing to file a claim with an insurance carrier promptly could result in the claim being denied or delayed significantly.

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Aside from insurance carrier deadlines, crash victims need to know that they also have a limited amount of time to file a lawsuit against the alleged negligent driver in their case. The personal injury statute of limitations in North Carolina is three years from the date an injury occurs. If a lawsuit is not filed in civil court against the alleged negligent driver within this three-year timeframe, the crash victim will likely be unable to recover the compensation they are entitled to.

What About Partial Liability?

Shared liability for a vehicle accident in North Carolina is a problem. In most states around the country, individuals are able to recover compensation even if they are partially responsible for causing a vehicle accident. However, North Carolina is one of the few states in this country that operate under a “contributory negligence” system. This means that a person will not be able to recover compensation if they are in any way responsible for causing an accident, even if it is just 1% responsibility.

Because of North Carolina’s strict contributory negligence laws, it is crucial for an individual to work with a skilled attorney who can determine the liability of the other driver(s) involved and fight back against any claims of partial responsibility.

Assert Your Rights after a Motor Vehicle Collision

The period following a serious motor vehicle accident is extremely traumatic for a victim and their family. In addition to physical injuries, they often face financial challenges as a result of medical expenses and income loss arising from the crash. If a careless driver was responsible for a serious car accident, the victim or the victim’s family should enlist a lawyer to immediately protect and enforce all financial and legal rights. Aggressive pursuit of your personal injury claims will help to provide compensation for the losses you endure on physical, emotional, and financial levels.

A driver may be held legally responsible for an accident if they were negligent, or careless, in their conduct or behavior. In serious injury cases, it is important to carefully investigate the collision and crash scene to identify all parties who share blame for the accident. If two or more drivers made mistakes which led to your accident, they can be held jointly liable. If a driver was on-the-job when they caused an accident, their employer’s commercial liability insurance coverage can be brought in and forced to contribute toward the payment of victims’ claims. Proving fault also requires you to eliminate allegations of victim fault. In North Carolina, if the victim is slightly (even just 1%) at fault, they have no legal right to compensation! Hiring an attorney to investigate the crash and nail down evidence to prove fault costs nothing up front and may make all the difference for you and your family.

Accident victims may seek payment for economic losses and also for past and future pain and suffering. Economic losses include medical bills, including future medical costs where we can prove that your injuries may be lasting or permanent. Similarly, we can collect for future lost income and for early retirement with evidence from doctors and vocational rehabilitation specialists who together testify that injuries will prevent you from working until retirement. Even if you are back to work now, we may be able to collect for lost future earnings if evidence indicates you will not be able to work until natural retirement age.

To prove the full impact of a victim’s injuries and maximize personal injury compensation, the most vital step is to carefully develop and interpret medical evidence. Our vehicle injury law firm only handles traumatic injury cases and our team has extensive experience working with neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, internal medicine specialists, vascular surgeons, physiatrists, pain management specialists and physicians in all areas of medical practice. Our focus on medical evidence will compel the opposition to pay fair value for all losses, such as ongoing medical treatments, home modifications or other expenses necessary to help a victim cope with permanent injuries.

In the most devastating and tragic cases, a family may lose a loved one to a moment of carelessness by someone else. When this happens, they can bring a wrongful death claim to seek damages for their loss. This compensation is often the only way to provide replacement income and services to help surviving family members avoid financial setbacks and to safely move forward. Our law firm has handled many wrongful death claims and we stand ready to advise surviving family members of all legal rights and options whenever this need arises.

Simple To Retain Our Raleigh, NC Car Accident Lawyer

Carl Nagle and his vehicle accident lawyers work on a pure-contingency basis. This means that we are paid a legal fee only if and when we collect money for you. If we do not succeed collecting money for you, we receive no fee. You also pay nothing to get our firm started. Begin with a free consultation by telephone – simply call our office and speak with Mr. Nagle now to learn your best plan of action. If you need our representation, it costs nothing up front to retain our firm and we can begin working for you today. If a visit to our office is currently inconvenient, we have investigators who can come to your home or workplace to get your case started. Even if you choose to proceed without an attorney, a friendly telephone consultation will help you understand how to access and use all available insurance coverage, and how to secure maximum payment for all of your vehicle accident claims.

Explore Your Options with a Car Accident Lawyer in the Raleigh Area and Beyond

At Nagle & Associates, we understand that serious car accidents have lifelong consequences. If you or a loved one is confronted with this difficult situation, contact Raleigh car accident attorney Carl Nagle to discuss your options. He seeks to leave clients financially stable, so he charges lower legal fees than most Raleigh personal injury attorneys: one-quarter rather than one-third of the ultimate award obtained through a simple, private settlement. We offer a free consultation, so call us at (800) 411-1583 or contact us online to set up an appointment with a motor vehicle collision attorney. We serve victims and families in Raleigh, Asheville, Winston-Salem, Wilmington, Greensboro, Hickory, Charlotte and throughout North Carolina.

Reviews & Testimonials

"An excellent law firm with a great staff!”

Mr. Carl Nagle is a man of his word. Nagle and Associates will work to get you the best settlement possible and keep you posted with details on your case. I highly recommend this Awesome team of very Professional Lawyers. Thank you, Nagle and Associates, for a job well done! Blessings!

Rosa L.
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"I have been a repeat client of Nagle & Associates.”

Instead of having to worry about my injury claims in both of my accidents, I was able to focus on the more important thing… getting better! At the end, I was really happy with the results.

Berej O.
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"I am so thankful that I was able to work with Carl...”

When I called, they sent a representative to my home to complete the paperwork being that I was unable to drive. I am so thankful that I was able to work with Carl during this experience. He was very knowledgeable and ensured that I had a great settlement.

John B.
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"An excellent law firm with a great staff!”

Mr. Carl Nagle is a man of his word. Nagle and Associates will work to get you the best settlement possible and keep you posted with details on your case. I highly recommend this Awesome team of very Professional Lawyers. Thank you, Nagle and Associates, for a job well done! Blessings!

Rosa L.
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"I have been a repeat client of Nagle & Associates.”

Instead of having to worry about my injury claims in both of my accidents, I was able to focus on the more important thing… getting better! At the end, I was really happy with the results.

Berej O.
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"I am so thankful that I was able to work with Carl...”

When I called, they sent a representative to my home to complete the paperwork being that I was unable to drive. I am so thankful that I was able to work with Carl during this experience. He was very knowledgeable and ensured that I had a great settlement.

John B.
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Public Transportation Accidents

Buses, rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft, and transit systems can cause accidents of all types. These organizations have the legal requirement to provide you with safety while you are transported from one area to the next. However, if you are involved in an accident on a bus, in a Lyft or Uber vehicle, or any other type of public transportation, our car accident attorneys can help you to obtain compensation for your losses. This includes incidents when you are hit by a bus, suffered an injury on the public transportation system that leads to significant medical bills, or when you are injured as a passenger. Because these types of accidents can be very hard to prove in a court of law, it is always best to have an attorney by your side who has experience in this area. You can depend on Nagle & Associates, P.A. to learn what options are available to you to help you overcome the financial losses you’ve suffered. We encourage you to call us right away for a consultation to discuss the incident if you’ve suffered medical bills or other types of financial loss as a result of the incident.

Bike Injury & Pedestrian Accident Attorneys

Our team works closely with those who were hit on a bike or struck while walking as well. Bicycle-involved car accidents are quite common with over 702 accidents causing injury in 2012 alone. In some situations, bike-related car accidents involve some of the most devastating medical injuries. The bike rider can be thrown hundreds of feet, suffering intense damage to their body, their organs or their brain. Many have broken bones, internal injuries, and long-term limitations as a result of being involved in such an accident. It is always our job to ensure we understand all of the losses you've experienced so we can help you to overcome the injuries and collect full payment for all legal claims. Our bike and pedestrian accident attorneys also provide support for reconstructing the incident. If there is any question about fault in your case, we'll work to show what happened and help you to fight for the compensation owed to you. We work with people who have suffered these injuries themselves as well as family members of those who have suffered catastrophic injury or death as a result of a car accident involving a bike. When traffic congestion, a lack of following the law, or distracted driving leaves you suffering as a bicycle rider or a walker, allow Nagle & Associates, P.A. to help prove your case.
How can I find out if I have a case?

We offer immediate free legal consultations by telephone or in person.  With a simple phone call, we will discuss your accident facts and your related injuries and damages and assess whether you have a legal right of financial recovery.

In North Carolina, if you are just slightly at fault (even just 1%), you have no valid claims against other at-fault parties.  Insurance companies always try to deny claims or minimize injury claim payments.  Invest the time to talk with a lawyer before you start working with the insurance adjuster who is paid to oppose your claims.  Carl Nagle is available now to assess case viability and explain your legal options.

What amount of compensation am I entitled to?

Every case is different, and it is important that you understand the law of damages to ensure that you are not underpaid in any insurance settlement.  For an injury claim, an accident victim in North Carolina is entitled to full payment for:

• medical expenses incurred up to the time of settlement
• future medical needs based on admissible medical evidence
• lost wages for missed pay during time that doctors advise you to miss work
• lost future earning capacity if injuries reduce future pay
• lost work life expectancy with proof that injuries will require early retirement
• tax free cash payment for physical pain and emotional suffering
• tax free cash payment for permanency of injury and future pain and suffering
• tax free cash payment for scarring and/or disfigurement
• additional payment for inconvenience and lost quality of life

Insurance companies seek to cut all of these damages, and they often argue that injuries are either pre-existing or exaggerated.  Further, if they are not convinced that you will go through a trial, they hold back on settlement offers and compel victims to accept a discounted injury-claim payment.  For a careful review of your injuries, collision facts, losses and overall case value, call us for a free consultation.  We are glad to help even if you choose not to retain counsel.

How will my lawyer provide me with case updates?

Our law firm has resisted and refused to install voice mail on our phone system.  We intend to provide close, personal service to every client!  You should expect immediate return calls from your lawyer and his team, and we keep a 30 day calendar on all cases to make sure we contact our client on a regular basis to check on medical status, and to make sure that the client and our firm are always on the same page.

We acknowledge that an injury victim needs to have updates and support, and we help along every step to ensure that your health insurance is properly utilized, to ensure that your medical file is entirely up to date, to make sure that all necessary medical care is provided as soon as possible, and to maximize the ultimate value of your personal injury case.

How long does it take to typically receive compensation?

In most cases, it is best to complete all medical treatment before the case is presented for settlement negotiations or trial.  Never rush through medical care!  A careful and patient approach to medical care is the best way to protect your health, and a longer period of medical care also translates to a higher cash payment for pain and suffering. Once medical care is concluded, we strive to collect all final medical records, medical billings and other injury-claim evidence within 30-60 days.

Once we receive all medical records and evidence, we review the evidence and prepare and submit the injury claim and demand for payment within one week.  Since we are threatening a trial (remember, most cases settle with no court involvement), we prefer to wait for the insurance company to make the next move.

In most cases, we receive an initial offer within 30-45 days.  Thereafter, we negotiate hard behind our threat of a lawsuit and push for the highest possible settlement offer.  While there are delays in some cases beyond the client’s and attorney’s control, most cases can be settled and the client paid just a few months after medical care is concluded.   Also, we structure the settlement so that the net money received by our client remains tax free.

Is there a time limit on seeking compensation?

The “statute of limitations” bars all claims that are filed late.  North Carolina law imposes a three year deadline to file a lawsuit in cases involving injury, and just two years from the collision date for fatal accident and wrongful death claims.  You should never wait until the deadline is close because it is vital to include all responsible parties in a lawsuit.

If the case is filed only against one of several responsible parties and the legal deadline passes, those who were not properly sued and served with a Summons and Complaint escape legal liability.  In wrongful death cases involving minor children, the same two year suit-filing deadline applies.

In personal injury cases involving minor children, the three year deadline only applies to the parents’ claim for medical expenses and out-of-pocket loss.  The child’s deadline is extended so that the child can file a lawsuit seeking money for pain and suffering by three additional years, meaning suit must be filed the day before the child’s 21st birthday.

What do I do if a family member injured in a car accident dies?

Fatal injury cases allow certain surviving family members to collect compensation by pursuing claims under the North Carolina Wrongful Death Act.  Wrongful Death cases are unique, and they are also subject to a strict 2 year suit-filing deadline.

Further, an estate must be opened for the decedent before the lawsuit can be filed.  Damages in Wrongful Death case include medical expenses incurred by the victim during life-saving efforts, funeral expenses, lost income that the decedent would have earned through retirement, compensation for the lost services of the decedent, compensation for the lost relationship and companionship, and punitive damages in cases involving willful and wanton or intentional conduct.

The family members who share in the award are those family members who would receive an inheritance through the North Carolina Intestacy statutes (the statute that divides any decedent’s property among family members in cases where a person dies without a valid will).  This typically puts payment it the hands of a surviving spouse, children of the decedent, and sometimes with surviving parents or siblings.

What can I do if my child is injured in a car accident?

In most cases, court approval will be required to finalize any private settlement of a child’s personal injury claims.  Under North Carolina law, any person under age 18 is deemed a “minor”, and a minor’s personal injury claim is divided into two parts – the parents own the claim for medical expenses and the child receives the payment for pain, suffering, scarring, disfigurement, lost quality-of-life, and future problems.

To secure a valid and binding settlement, a judge must approve the terms of settlement for the family’s benefit, and they will then order the child’s funds to be placed either with the Clerk of Court until the child’s 18th birthday, or the money can be placed into a “structured settlement”.  Structures allow the parent to determine how the settlement money will be paid out after the child reaches age 18, and this allows the money to be invested until later in life, and interest income remains non-taxable.

Family’s who choose structures often choose to have the child receive several installments instead of a single lump-sum at age 18.  Our firm guides the family through this entire process and we handle all of the red tape and paperwork involved in court approval of any settlement, trial of the case if settlement cannot be reached, and timing of payouts when the family prefers a structured settlement.

How much will I have to pay if I want to hire your law firm?

You pay nothing up front to hire our firm, and we can begin working for you today.  We can even come to your home or office if this helps to get your case started.  Our legal fee is 1/4 or 25% of any settlement, which is far less than the 1/3 or 33 1/3% that most firms charge.   With our experience and reputation, we seek to increase your settlement payments sufficiently to cover our legal fees.  If a trial is necessary to secure compensation, our litigation fee is 1/3, which is also far less than the 40-44% fee that most personal injury lawyers charge in litigation cases.  We ONLY handle motor vehicle accident cases, and we typically handle serious injury and wrongful death matters.  Mr. Nagle reduced his fee percentage over a decade ago because he felt that a 1/4 fee was more generous and fair for the client.  With our firm, you keep 75% of your settlement instead of 66 2/3%.  We feel this more fair for our clients, and more responsible for the law firm.  Our goal is to push the insurance carriers, capture all available insurance coverage, develop your medical evidence and thereby INCREASE THE SETTLEMENT VALUE OF YOUR CASE.  To the extent that we increase the value of your case, we are compelling the insurance carrier to pay our attorney’s fee.   We charge no inter-office expenses to our clients so you pay nothing for copies, phone calls, postage, etc.  Attorneys are not allowed to pay litigation expenses, but we always advance those expenses on behalf of our clients.  For example, the filing fee that is paid to file suit and open a court file is advanced by our firm, but is covered by the client’s share of the trial verdict.  This is true for all law firms.  Please don’t worry about case costs because  most of our cases settle with no suit-filings or court involvement.  Therefore, most cases are concluded with little or no outside case-development expenses.

Frequently asked questions

With over 20 years of experience, Nagle & Associates, P.A. are your trusted, aggressive auto accident attorneys serving Raleigh.


Why Choose Nagle & Associates, P.A.

We have recovered over $500 million in compensation for victims throughout North Carolina.

01 Intense focus

Our firm only handles personal injury claims arising from serious motor vehicle collisions. We have mastered the laws in this arena and we stand ready to protect your rights, to prove fault, and to collect maximum tax-free payment for your injury claims.

02 Lowest fee

We only accept cases involving real injuries arising from serious accidents. Our focus on high-damage cases allows us to offer a lower legal fee on settlements and trial verdicts. Almost ALL other injury lawyers charge 1/3 of the personal injury settlement. If we accept your case, our fee is 1/4 of settlement.

03 Unparalleled experience

Carl Nagle direct experience representing at-fault drivers and insurance companies helps him to anticipate and avoid insurance defense tactics, and to motivate insurance companies to pay top-dollar settlements in every case.

04 One call handles everything

Whether you simply need answers and a free consultation or you decide to retain us to handle all problems arising from your accident, one phone call begins this easy process.

The Advantages of Working with Our NC Personal Injury Attorneys

The key advantages Nagle & Associates, P.A. has to offer to our personal injury clients is our focused experience in the motor vehicle accident arena. We only handle roadway accident cases, and we have extremely valuable knowledge in the fields of insurance law, personal injury law and traumatic medicine. Former insurance defense attorney Carl Nagle stands ready to confront the insurance adjusters who will seek to oppose your claims. Because we have a consistent record of providing exceptional service and the highest quality of representation possible in all types of NC personal injury cases, our clients are able to get back to life.

Competitive Rates – Less Than Most Other Firms

We’re passionate about providing our clients with the highest level of support when they are facing some of the most difficult times of their life. To do this, we keep our costs low so you keep a larger share of your settlement or trial verdict. Our fee is 25% of the settlement you obtain, and that’s significantly lower than the 33 1/3% share charged by other firms. If you do not receive a settlement for your North Carolina personal injury case, you do not pay us anything. Also, our fee is paid only when you collect money, so there is no up-front cost to get us started today. You deserve financial compensation to cover medical bills, new living arrangements, complex other needs, and pain and suffering. We ensure most of that tax-free money stays in your hands when your case is over.

Medical Focused Attorney

Many personal injury claims in North Carolina involve complex medical issues. Our medical experience is perhaps our most valuable asset! Because we only handle serious injury cases, we have worked with the best doctors in the state to understand how injuries impact our clients’ health and quality of life. Having an attorney with medical insight and expertise can give you the support you need to win your case. Our team works with you to understand what’s occurred, gathers information from your medical records, and retains outside medical experts as needed to prove your case. Our team has the best injury attorneys for medical-based cases in North Carolina.

Contact Your Personal Injury Attorney in North Carolina Now for a Consultation

Now is the ideal time to obtain the help you need. We’re here for you. Call Nagle & Associates, P.A. today to discuss your case openly with our dedicated team of attorneys. We provide a free initial consultation to help you learn if you have a personal injury case. Let our 20 years of experience go to work for you. Our North Carolina offices are available to you today. Call us now for a consultation at (800) 411-1583.
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