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Insurance 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. Bodily injury expenses include medical bills, rehabilitation expenses, and lost wages. Property damage expenses include the repair or replacement of any items belonging to another person that you damage or destroy.

Almost every state requires some level of liability coverage. North Carolina requires $30,000 of bodily injury coverage for each person, $60,000 total bodily injury coverage for all persons in an accident, and $25,000 for property damage. For further information about North Carolina insurance requirements, visit the North Carolina Insurance Department website at

If you have been injured in a car accident, the minimum insurance coverage required by North Carolina law may not be enough to cover all the costs you incur. You may require additional compensation for the damages you have suffered. Our attorneys at The Rodzik Law Group have a comprehensive understanding of North Carolina's automobile, insurance and liability laws. That means we understand the different sources of recovery available to car accident victims and their families as well as the various theories of liability that enable those victims to collect from the parties who caused them harm. We have nearly fifty years of combined successful experience in resolving insurance claims to our clients' satisfaction.

Don't get the run-around - get results!

We are well aware of the delaying tactics used by insurance company lawyers. We understand the rules of the game and we know how to cut through the red tape to expedite your insurance claim. At The Rodzik Law Group, we can help you get the results you deserve. Contact us today to put our experienced attorneys to work for you. Because we represent you, the victim, there is never any fee unless we secure a settlement for you.