Thousands of motor vehicle collisions and other avoidable accidents happen in North Carolina each year, causing injuries that result in financial burdens and emotional trauma to the accident victims. At Maurer Law, we are committed to serving people who need help in seeking the compensation that they deserve following an accident.
At Maurer Law, our goal is to provide outstanding legal representation to each of our clients and to handle their case as if it were our own. We treat all clients with empathy and respect and we always provide the personal attention that they expect and deserve. You can explore past client reviews to get a sense of who we are and how we treat those who put their trust in us after a serious injury or the death of a loved one. Our reviews tell our story better than we ever could.
Our firm’s reputation has been built case by case, client by client, and trial by trial over the years. Our clients come from all walks of life. Ironically, a fair number of them have actually included the very people we have gone against, including insurance defense attorneys, insurance adjusters, and their friends and family.
- Personal Injury
Personal injury claims can arise in many ways, ranging from car and truck accidents to pedestrian accidents to negligent security claims and nearly any type of negligence claim in between.
- Car Accidents
A car accident is perhaps the most common example of a personal injury case. The injured victim must show that the at fault party (usually called the “defendant”) failed to act carefully behind the wheel.
- Truck Accidents
In truck accident cases, not only is the truck driver a likely defendant, but the trucking company that owned the semi-truck and/or trailer may typically be named as a defendant as well.
- Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcycle accidents cause some of the most catastrophic personal injuries, due to the direct exposure of the rider to their surroundings. Unfortunately, some defendants and insurers try to blame an innocent motorcyclist for being responsible for their own injuries.