The personal injury lawyers at Ted A. Greve & Associates, P.A. have represented victims of highway accidents over the years, and are available to discuss your rights to monetary compensation if you have been seriously injured or have lost a loved one on North Carolina Highway 27.
About North Carolina Highway 27
North Carolina Highway 27 or NC 27 is known as a primary state highway. This roadway is about 198 miles long, and crosses through southern and central North Carolina. Approximately 100 miles of NC 27 is cosigned with NC 24.
Accidents and Injuries on NC 27
Cars, motorcycles and trucks on a highway travel at high speeds, which means that there is great risk for accidents to occur. It only takes one negligent act on the part of a driver to lead to a catastrophic or even fatal accident. Highway accidents can also occur due to highway defects, defective parts or equipment, poorly maintained roads, and poor weather conditions.
Common North Carolina highway accidents are those that involve sideswiping, swerving, speeding, jackknifing, rollovers, multiple car pile-ups, as well as head-on or rear-end collisions. Unfortunately, these accidents result in serious or fatal injuries such as the loss of limbs, neck injuries, spinal cord injuries, and traumatic brain injuries.
About Ted A. Greve & Associates, P.A.
When it comes to traveling on a highway, just one moment of negligence on the part of a driver can quickly change the lives of both the negligent driver and the individuals surrounding him or her. At Ted A. Greve & Associates, P.A., our personal injury lawyers have the knowledge, experience and resources needed to support victims who are injured and the families who may have lost a loved one in an accident.
If you were involved in an accident on North Carolina Highway 27 and sustained injuries as a result of the negligence of another individual or entity, immediately consult with an experienced highway accident attorney from Ted A. Greve & Associates, P.A. by calling 1-800-375-9190. Our attorneys help clients obtain the full and fair monetary compensation that they need and deserve for their injuries and losses.