We are Injury Attorneys for those who have been injured through no fault of their own. We represent injured people only! We have over 45 years of combined experience in negotiating and litigating with insurance companies throughout Southeastern North Carolina.
Many insurance companies hire adjusters and attorneys who only handle injury claims to fight against you. At The Rodzik Law Group, we choose to focus our practice in one specific area of the law, helping injured victims. By focusing our practice in one area we are able to devote 100% of our energies to representing and counseling injured clients. After an accident on the job or in a car, you may incur medical bills and pain and suffering, lost wages, property damage, future medical bills, emotional damages, family stress, and permanent physical impairment. When you or a family member suffers a serious injury, you need an attorney with experience with all the legal and medical issues involved in your case, you need an attorney who knows personal injury law. With over 45 years of combined experience, our attorneys are well prepared to get you the settlement you are entitled to, no matter how complex the injury. We focus our practice on the following types of claims:
If you are at fault in a car accident, liability insurance pays for the damages that you cause to someone else. It does not pay for your own damages. There are two kinds of liability insurance: bodily injury and property damage.
The Rodzik Law Group is thorough, resourceful, and tenacious. When a client has been injured in an accident or on the job or has lost a family member in an accident, we help them recover the damages they are entitled to for their loss and their pain and suffering.
The attorneys at The Rodzik Law Group have resolved thousands of North Carolina auto accident cases. We are proud to represent plaintiffs against insurance companies. Victims of car accidents are entitled to compensation for property damage, medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering and permanent injury or disfigurement. Adjusters and insurers have one set of procedures for handling claims by individuals not represented by an attorney and a different set of rules for claims in which the victim has an attorney.
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