Do I Have a Case
When you are hurt in an accident, injured by a bad drug or product, injured on the job, need social security disability or Veterans benefits, or you have an employment discrimination issue, the law provides a way for you to receive compensation.
The facts of your case and the relevant laws determine whether you are entitled to compensation in your situation, and they determine how much that compensation should be.
The experienced attorneys at Grimes Teich Anderson LLP can help protect your rights and help determine whether you have a case. Having an experienced attorney in your corner is very important because all cases and circumstances are different. The outcome of one case, which may seem similar to yours for example, can’t determine what the outcome in your case might be.
Several factors, including Liability, Types of Damages or Injuries Involved and The Statute of Limitations help determine whether your or a loved one have a case.
Determining Liability, or who is responsible for your harm, is an important factor in determining whether you have a case. For example, depending on state law, you may be able to receive compensation even if you are partly to blame for your injury.
The Damages or Injuries Involved and the extent of those damages or injuries play a role in determining whether you have a case. Someone else may be responsible for your injuries, loss or damages and while those injuries, losses or damages are not minimal to you, they may not be enough to warrant filing a claim.
Filing a claim against someone else or against an employer or company is stressful, time-consuming and, depending on the type of case you have, it can be financially draining. The amount you might recover could be less than the cost of filing a lawsuit. An experienced attorney at Grimes Teich Anderson is trained to weigh all these factors and help determine what may be in your best interest.
The statute of limitations also plays a role determining whether you have a viable case. There is a certain amount of time, called statute of limitations, in which a claim for an injury, wrongful death, employment dispute or disability must be filed. The time for filing a claim varies widely depending on what kind of claim you have. The statue of limitations for filing a claim in an employment law case may be very different than that for a car accident, workers compensation, social security disability case or Veterans disability case.
The attorneys at Grimes Teich Anderson are trained and experienced in the law. They know how to assess liability, damages and injuries and apply the statute of limitations in all cases to help determine if you have a case.
Grimes Teich Anderson LLP is a North Carolina and South Carolina law firm. Our attorneys handle a wide variety of cases involving car accidents, motorcycle and scooter accidents, tractor trailer accidents, workers compensation, social security disability, wrongful death, RSD, drug injury, fire and burn injury, nursing home abuse and other areas of personal injury law including issues in Cherokee Tribal Court. We represent veterans and victims of employment discrimination.