Fighting For Injured People
A key principle of law is that when people are negligent, they can be held responsible for injuries and other types of harm they cause. Through a personal injury claim, you can use the law to obtain compensation from the person or entity responsible for your injuries.
This compensation can be used to pay medical bills, repair damaged property, make up for lost wages and address all other injury-related damages. At Bull & Reinhardt, PLLC, our lawyers draw on our more than 45 years of combined experience to skillfully represent individuals throughout western North Carolina who have been harmed by someone else’s carelessness.
Experienced Counselors And Assertive Advocates
Our experience and in-depth understanding of injury law allow us to resolve personal injury matters as efficiently as possible. Hiring an experienced attorney to handle your insurance claim can help you maximize the compensation you receive for your injuries.
At Bull & Reinhardt, PLLC, we offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case. We have obtained successful results for clients injured in a wide range of situations, such as:
|Motor Vehicle Accidents
||Specific Injury Situations
Wrongful Death And Fatal Accidents
In addition to representing injured clients, we serve the legal needs of those who have lost loved ones due to the negligence of others. We pursue wrongful death claims that allow our clients to obtain the compensation necessary to help them adjust to the loss of income, pain and suffering, and loss of companionship.
Although this compensation may be of small consolation in comparison to the loss you have suffered, it can help you through the healing process and help you avoid unexpected bills or debts and make sure that those responsible for your loss are held accountable for their negligence.
Call For A Free Initial Consultation
Call the Asheville-area personal injury lawyers at Bull & Reinhardt, PLLC, at 828-348-8053 or complete this form to contact us online. We are conveniently located in Asheville.