Wilmington Beach NC Personal Injury Attorney David Collins
Personal injury law is the area of law dealing with people who have been injured, physically or otherwise, resulting from the negligence or wrongdoing of another person, or other entity. Personal injury lawyers are generally more knowledgeable and have more experience dealing with the area of law involving torts. A tort (a French word for wrong) is a civil wrong in which a duty (such as the duty of reasonable care) to another is breached, and that breach causes damages to a person. When this occurs, such as in a car wreck where a defendant breaches the duty of care in traffic causing an accident, the plaintiff is entitled to compensation for the injuries sustained in the automobile accident.
Personal injury law includes, but is not limited to: work injuries, automobile accidents, tractor trailer accidents, defective products, medical mistakes, slip and fall accidents, dog bites, and many other types of injuries.
In order to maximize the recovery for plaintiffs, personal injury attorneys should prepare the case in the beginning as if it were going to proceed to trial. This protects the case if a trial is necessary, and shows the insurance company or defense counsel what would be proven at trial.
Collins Law Firm regularly represents people in personal injury cases, and has free consultations for most types of personal injury. If you retain us, we will do our best to help maximize your claim, and reduce the stress and uncertainty involved in the claim process.
Wilmington Beach, North Carolina is not a municipality but was a coastal unincorporated community on Pleasure Island, North Carolina. Pleasure Island is the southernmost tip of New Hanover County. The island was created when Snows Cut Canal was completed in 1931 as part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway System. Wilmington Beach was annexed by the town of Carolina Beach in 2000. Before it was annexed, Wilmington Beach was a buffer between Carolina Beach and the most southern beach in New Hanover County which is Kure Beach, NC.
If you are charged with a crime or receive a speeding ticket or other traffic citation in the area formerly known as Wilmington Beach (now incorporated by the town of Carolina Beach, NC), your court date will be in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Collins Law Firm is located in Wilmington, North Carolina and we are in the courts in Wilmington, NC on almost a daily basis.