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Can I Sue a Trucking Company After Being Hit in North Carolina?

One of the most common questions that come up when truck accidents occur is: who is legally responsible? The short answer is that yes, you can sue the trucking company in North Carolina. However, there are multiple factors taken into consideration in determining who...

What Qualifies as a Reportable Accident in North Carolina?

Not all accidents are considered equal in North Carolina. The law regarding accident reports is not optional or elective. You need to pay close attention to the repercussions of failing to submit a report even if you don’t want to deal with this type of inconvenience....

Pedestrian Accident Statistics in North Carolina

There is nothing more relaxing than going out for a nice evening walk or jog. As a pedestrian, you would think drivers would be responsible and diligent on the road. Unfortunately, every year, thousands of walkers are injured or killed by negligent, careless, and...

How Long Does It Take to Receive a Car Accident Settlement in North Carolina?

If you’ve been involved in a car accident in North Carolina, you should be aware of the length of time it takes to receive a car settlement. It’s critical to be conscious of the repercussions a timing mistake can have on your ability to pursue your legal rights. Most...

What is the Statute of Limitations for Auto Accidents in North Carolina?

Statutes of limitations are laws designed to establish time limits on the right to bring a lawsuit. Here, Dewey Ramsay, and Hunt, P.A. explains the intricacies and exceptions to the statute of limitations. It’s crucial for people to understand the statute of...

Not At-Fault Car Accidents Without Insurance in North Carolina

If you find yourself in an accident as you drive through North Carolina without car insurance, don’t make the situation worse by lying, leaving, or hiding at the scene of the crash. You may face fines and potentially jail time because driving without insurance...

How Long Do You Have to Report a Car Accident Injury in North Carolina?

If you were recently involved in a serious car crash, you are likely dealing with costly medical expenses, repairs to your damaged vehicle, and missed time from work. You may have even suffered traumatic injuries that will cause long-term or permanent impairment,...

Statute of Limitations on Premises Liability Lawsuits in North Carolina

The law institutes a time limit on your right to file a lawsuit in North Carolina’s civil courts. Missing a deadline means your case is dismissed unless your situation falls under certain limited exceptions to the rule. There is a three-year statute of limitations to...

What Should You Do If Involved in an Auto Accident as a Pedestrian in North Carolina?

If you are involved in a car accident as you walk along the roadways of North Carolina, know that there are laws designed to protect you. Here, Dewey, Ramsay, and Hunt explain the necessary steps people often fail to take when involved in an auto accident as...

Who Is at Fault for a Rear-End Accident in North Carolina?

Every day thousands of people commute through North Carolina’s roads thinking they will arrive safely to their destinations. However, a typical day can be ruined after a driver rear-ends your vehicle. These type of accidents are less dangerous than other types of...

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When a new client comes to our office, they are not handed off to a paralegal. One of our attorneys meets with each new client personally on their first visit to our office. We will discuss the merits of your case with you, listen carefully to your concerns, and answer your questions at that time, without any obligation on your part.

We generally only accept those cases that we are willing to take all the way to trial. Many of our clients have come to us from other attorneys who only want to settle cases as quickly and as easily as possible. While settlements are generally desirable and we encourage them, some cases need to go through the litigation process to achieve their full value. The decision to file a lawsuit is made by the client after a full discussion of all relevant factors.


With over 30 years of combined experience, we have the skill and experience to see a case through from the initial investigation to seeing the case through at trial. If you cannot come to us, we will come to you to make sure you get the quality legal advice you need.


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