Charlotte, North Carolina
The largest city in North Carolina is Charlotte. Located in Mecklenburg County, Charlotte is also the second-largest city in the southeastern United States and one of the fastest-growing cities nationwide.
At Warren & Kallianos, we understand why our neighbors love Charlotte and why they make North Carolina their home – because we’ve chosen to do the same. Although our office is based in Charlotte, we’ve helped clients in communities throughout North Carolina including among others, Concord, Cornelius, Davidson, Gastonia, Hickory, Huntersville, Monroe, Asheville, Greensboro, Raleigh and Wilmington.
Settled in 1755, Charlotte has been a center of commerce, creativity and development in the southeastern United States for centuries. Today, the city itself has a population of more than 800,000 people, with an additional 1.6 million living in the greater metropolitan area.
As one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States, Charlotte offers a wealth of opportunities for residents. We’re proud of our NFL’s Carolina Panthers, participants in the 2016 Super Bowl, as well as the NBA’s Charlotte Hornets. The Charlotte Symphony Orchestra, the Carolina Renaissance Festival, Carowinds Amusement Park, Discovery Place, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, and the U.S. National Whitewater Center head up a very long list of things to do, see, and learn in the city.
Charlotte also has a long history of commitment to learning and public service. The city is home to several institutions of higher education, including the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Queens University of Charlotte, the Charlotte School of Law, and Central Piedmont Community College. It’s also the home of the Billy Graham Library, a repository committed to educating ministers and other people of faith, and the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, which offers more than 1.5 million books, CDs, DVDs, and other items at its multiple branch locations.
What We Do
Attorneys Jeff Warren and Chris Kallianos bring more than 52 years of combined experience to their practice of personal injury law. To help ensure the best possible outcome for each client, personal injury law is all we practice. We also strive to contact our clients personally whenever possible – no “speaking through” another member of our legal team when your needs matter most.
First, we speak to you to determine what happened and how you need help. Perhaps you’ve been denied workers’ compensation for an on-the-job injury, or you need help holding a negligent driver accountable for a car crash they caused.
We work out a time and place to meet with you – one that accommodates your medical needs. During our meeting, we will learn more about your situation and explain the process of seeking compensation for your losses.We also listen. We want to know: What are your goals? What sounds to you like a fair and reasonable result in your situation?
Then, we get to work. We gather information, speaking to witnesses, handling all the court paperwork, and scheduling depositions and negotiations. When something significant comes up, we contact you promptly, and we encourage you to contact us if you have questions. While we work hard to reach a full and fair settlement you’re willing to accept, if necessary, we will go to trial to establish your claim before a judge or a jury. Throughout the process, we pay attention to your needs and we work to build a full picture of those needs – both today and in the future.
When you pursue a settlement after an accident, you get one opportunity to ensure that the compensation you receive will cover all your losses. A fair settlement is one that anticipates future needs such as ongoing medical treatment and permanent disabilities, as well as one that compensates you for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering and other losses you have incurred and will continue to incur as a result of the accident. This is where we place our focus.
To learn more, contact our Charlotte law firm today by phone or online for a free and confidential case evaluation.