Car accidents can range from annoying to tragic.

Whether you have a simple fender-bender, or you suffer major injuries, or have a loved one who dies in a wreck, you have a lot to consider, and a lot to handle.

That frustration and uncertainty balloons when you’re not in your home state when you’re hurt.

Traffic laws, damages, basic rules of negligence, and, most importantly, how long you have to bring a claim all vary widely. If you’re hurt in another country, those differences can be astonishing.

Call us at 919-348-4361 or click here to contact us. We’ll provide a free, no-risk evaluation for your claim.

Our attorneys have over 50 years of combined personal injury experience, are licensed in multiple jurisdictions, and have a network of other top-tier lawyers across the United States and throughout the world to help you answer your questions.

Contact us as soon as possible: some places, like Tennessee, have only a one year statute of limitations. If you miss it, your claim is barred forever. But we know the rules and the ropes: no matter where you were hurt, we’ve got your back.

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