North Carolina Personal Injury Law
Elizabeth City Personal Injury Attorney Serving the Outer Banks and Northeastern North Carolina
If you have been injured in a car accident in North Carolina — or any other incident here involving someone else's negligence — your rights are generally governed by North Carolina law as well as your own insurance policy. Elizabeth City attorney Keith Teague advocates for accident victims and their loved ones who were harmed throughout the Outer Banks and northeastern North Carolina.
As an attorney for more than 50 years, Keith has experience negotiating with insurance companies and those who were responsible for your injury — whether it be another driver, a business / restaurant / hotel or other property owner, or other person or organization. Above all, Keith knows that insurance companies are in the business of limiting or avoiding payments on accident claims. So he always recommends that an accident victim make use of a free consultation with a North Carolina personal injury attorney before accepting an insurance settlement or making statements to an insurance adjuster. Keith is available to consult with and represent Outer Banks locals and visitors on a range of injury claims, including:
- Car accidents
- All other motor vehicle accidents, including pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcyclists hit by a car or truck
- Hit and runs or accidents where the other driver did not have insurance
- Dog bite injuries or attacks by other dangerous animals
- Premises liability claims, including slipping or falling on unsafe property
- Wrongful death claims for loss of loved ones in an accident
Even if you have health insurance, it is always worthwhile to explore your rights under North Carolina law. Medical bills and lost work add up, and you have every right to request all compensation to which you and your family are entitled.
Free Consultation with an Experienced Outer Banks Personal Injury Attorney
Contact Keith Teague to request a free consultation about your accident, your rights, and how he can be of service in your case. Based in Elizabeth City, he works with locals and visitors who were injured throughout the Outer Banks and northeastern North Carolina.