Charlotte Personal Injury Lawyer
We Will Aggressively Fight for Your Right to Compensation & Justice
Have you been injured in North Carolina at no fault of your own? Do you need help securing medical treatment, time off work, and compensation to cover all your expenses? Bondurant Litigation is here to help.
If you have suffered serious injuries because of someone’s negligence, Joel Bondurant is the Charlotte personal injury attorney for you. When you retain Mr. Bondurant, you can be confident that your case is in capable and competent hands. Joel Bondurant will do everything within his power to make sure that your medical bills, lost wages, and any other damages are fully covered by the compensation he recovers on your behalf.
Mr. Bondurant can help you hold negligent parties accountable and secure the compensation you need to recover by gathering all the facts, working with industry experts to build your case, and representing you against the insurance companies. Let Joel Bondurant help you move forward with your life after an accident or an injury.
What Is a Personal Injury Claim?
When an individual suffers injuries because of an accident someone else is at fault for, the accident victim, also known as the plaintiff, can file a lawsuit against the liable party, the defendant. If the lawsuit is successful, the plaintiff can be compensated for any damages (losses) they suffered due to their accident, financial or otherwise.
The crux of any personal injury claim or lawsuit is negligence. When you file a claim against a person or company for damages, you must be able to prove that their negligence led to your injuries. To do so, you will need to collect and present evidence that supports your claim.
Our Accident & Injury Services
At Bondurant Litigation, our founding attorney has nearly 20 years of experience handling accident and injury claims on behalf of clients.
We are equipped to handle personal injury claims involving the following:
- Bicycle accidents
- Car accidents
- Catastrophic injuries
- Commercial vehicle accidents
- Elder abuse
- Medical malpractice
- Motorcycle accidents
- Nursing home abuse and neglect
- Pedestrian accidents
- Premises liability
- Slip and fall injuries
- Trucking accidents
- Wrongful death
Bondurant Litigation Is Here to Help
Our law firm is proud to provide compassionate representation in all fields of accident law to those in need. Joel Bondurant and his team are always available and easily accessible, even on nights and weekends. We serve both North and South Carolina and can come to your home or hospital bed if you are unable to meet us. We are also available for video conferencing and phone consultations.
Get a free consultation today! Reach out to our Charlotte personal injury lawyer to secure the compensation you need to get back on your feet.
How much money is my personal injury claim worth?
It depends. Each personal injury claim is unique and based on factors such as the extent of your injuries and losses, the defendant’s assets, how compliant they are with your case, and so on. By consulting with a personal injury attorney near you, you should be able to get a good idea of what your specific case is worth. In the meantime, make sure to save all bills, receipts, and other documentation related to your claim so you can get properly reimbursed.
What damages are available in a personal injury claim?
You can receive compensation for financial losses such as medical expenses and lost wages as well as your non-economic losses, like pain and suffering.
What is the personal injury statute of limitations in Florida?
Florida Statute § 95.11(3)(a) sets the deadline, or statute of limitations, to file a personal injury claim at four years from the date the accident occurs.
How often do personal injury claims go to court?
Only approximately 10% of personal injury cases make it all the way to court—the rest settle during negotiations. We are willing to take your case all the way to trial if need be.
Do I need to hire a lawyer for a personal injury case?
Whether you need an attorney to win your case depends largely on the extent of your losses and how compliant the defendant is, as well as your personal preference. If you have suffered minor injuries and the defendant is willing to cooperate in getting you the compensation you are rightfully owed, you may not need a lawyer (although it can help to have an experienced professional aid you with the necessary paperwork and other procedures). If you or a loved one have suffered significant losses and/or the defendant refuses to cooperate with the claims process, having a lawyer on your side will significantly increase your chances of winning the settlement you deserve—as well as serve as a major stress reliever. One of the best ways to determine whether you should hire a lawyer is to consult with a few so you have a good idea of where your case stands and who you’d most like to work with.
“Mr. Bondurant has integrity, knows the law, and the limits of our legal system. And, he knows people. He talked clearly with us about our options and guided us through infuriating negotiations to the best outcome available.”- Jeanie F.
“Our experience with Joel was excellent. The process we went through was new to us but Joel did an amazing job of outlining, detailing, and walking us through the process. He offered great legal advice which was spot on.”- Jason L.
“I was referred to Joel by another attorney due to Joel's expertise in litigation. Joel was very responsive to my initial inquiry as well as our subsequent correspondence.”- Ed N.