Charlotte Injury Lawyers Handling A Wide Array of Claims
Representing clients throughout North Carolina since 1992
Whether you have been injured in a car accident, lost a loved one in a preventable accident, suffered an injury on the job or due to medical negligence, the dedicated Charlotte injury attorneys Jeff Warren and Chris Kallianos are here to represent your interests. With more than a half century of combined legal experience, the two lawyers have successfully fought for the rights of injured people in a wide variety of cases since 1992.
How Can We Help You Today?
Personal injury claims are among the most common civil litigation in North Carolina courts. While most personal injury cases settle before going to trial, even if you are settling a car accident injury case you want an experienced Charlotte car accident attorney to represent you. The insurance company’s priority is to protect its profit margin, so without aggressive negotiations from a skilled personal injury lawyer, you are likely to walk away without as much compensation as you might have been able to get with the help of a lawyer. We represent clients who have suffered serious injuries because of someone else’s negligence including:
We represent clients who have been injured in all types of car accidents. You might have been involved in a hit-and-run accident where the driver left the scene and left you wondering how you are going to pay for your injuries and property damage. What happens if you become injured in an Uber and Lyft car accident? We represent client who have suffered from whiplash injuries, and in car accidents caused by drunk drivers. t can be much easier to prove negligence in drunk driving accidents and distracted driving accidents because both types of accidents are caused by the dangerous choices made by the driver and could have been prevented had he or she just made a different choice.
Queen City residents love to get out and walk our beautiful streets and ride their bicycles for fun and for earth-friendly, economical transportation. But the hazards of getting injured or killed in Car and Bicycle Accidents and Pedestrian and Car Accidents might make some people have second thoughts about the safety of walking and riding their bicycles.
Recovering compensation after a truck accident is far more complicated than for a car accident. Truck drivers are professionals. Some truck drivers work for a trucking company or a fleet operator and some are self-employed. Employers are responsible for the conduct of their employees when they are, “on the clock,” so if you are injured in a truck accident, you may be able to recover compensation from the driver and his or her employer.
Drowsy driving truck accidents occur when commercial truck drivers violate the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) hours of service (HOS) rules. Your experienced Charlotte trucking accident lawyer can find out if the driver who caused the crash that injured you was in compliance with HOS rules at the time of the crash.
Each year in the United States, more than 4,800 motorcycle riders die in traffic crashes, and fatalities for motorcyclists are 27 times more likely to occur in a crash than occupants of other vehicles. (NHTSA) Motorcycle riders would love to be able to enjoy the freedom and exhilaration of riding on the open road without the nagging worry about whether they will be involved in a car accident because a motorist did not see them in enough time to avoid crashing into them.
Because of the tremendous g-forces involved in a car accident, some survivors can end up with severe head and spine injuries that have a lasting negative impact on their quality of life and ability to work. Our Charlotte car accident lawyers have helped clients who have suffered from paralysis because of a spinal cord injury, or a traumatic brain injury that caused permanent disability.
Despite the careful engineering that goes into motor vehicle design that protects the vehicle from bursting into flames in a crash, fires still occur in car accidents and they can cause serious, permanent injuries and disfigurement. People also suffer from burn injuries because of defective products, medical malpractice injures, and workplace injuries. We help clients who have sustained serious burns because of someone else’s negligence.
While they may seem devastating at the time of the accident, most injuries will heal, and the injured person will go back to his or her daily life. Some injuries are so severe that they cause permanent injuries that do not allow injured people to enjoy life the way they used to, or do the work they did before the accident. At Warren & Kallianos, we make sure that our clients who have sustained catastrophic injuries receive the compensation they need to cover their ongoing medical expenses and to provide a quality of life despite their tragic circumstances.
The construction industry continues to be one of the most dangerous for workers. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that of the 5,190 workplace fatalities in 2016, 970 were in the construction industry. Workers sustain serious and sometimes catastrophic injuries in the construction trades, and people lose loved ones in fatal accidents, many of which are from falls.
Some examples of construction accidents which can lead to injury or death include:
Anyone who has suffered an unexpected death of a loved one knows that no amount of compensation will come close to making up for his or her loss. It will, however, pay for medical expenses, final expenses and attempt to make up for the loss of companionship, affection, parental support, and spousal consortium that loved ones will never enjoy again.
Workers who sustain injuries on the job or who are diagnosed with an occupational disease may be able to qualify for workers’ compensation. With most workplace injuries, applying for and receiving workers’ compensation is a simple process, but sometimes, your employer’s workers’ compensation insurer will deny your legitimate claim, or may force you to return to work before you feel well enough. If you are facing any type of workers’ compensation dispute, the knowledgeable Charlotte workplace injury lawyers from Warren & Kallianos are prepared to represent you and protect your right to the compensation you deserve.
Sometimes, workers who are injured in workplace accidents do not qualify for workers’ compensation benefits. This does not mean that they are not entitled to recover compensation for their medical expenses, lost time and work, and pain and suffering. Our skilled workplace injury attorneys can help hold the parties responsible for your injuries liable for your losses.
North Carolina property owners have a legal liability to maintain the safety of their property and to protect customers, clients, and other invited guests from reasonably foreseeable hazards. When a guest at a resort is assaulted in a darkened passageway, when a visitor falls on poorly maintained stairs, or a mall patron slips and falls on a slick floor the injured person may be able to hold the property owner liable for his or her injuries.
Manufacturers owe a duty of care to the consumer who will use their products to create a product that is safe and works as advertised. When a defective product causes serious injury, a skilled Charlotte product liability lawyer is here to help the injured person recover compensation.
Nursing home residents have rights guaranteed by the federal government and North Carolina state law. When nursing home administrators and staff members neglect or abuse vulnerable nursing home residents in their care, our compassionate Charlotte nursing home neglect attorneys are here to protect your loved ones’ rights to live safely and to have their needs properly attended to.
Sexual Assault. Victims of sexual assault have the right to pursue damages for the injuries caused by their attackers. Warren & Kallianos represents survivors of sexual abuse, sexual assault, and other wrongful acts with dignity and discretion.
Proven Results from Our Dedicated Charlotte Injury Attorneys
The following are a few examples of some of the results we have been able to obtain on behalf of our clients from 1992 when we founded the firm until the present. Please understand that these prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
- $4,500,000 trucking accident, wrongful death settlement for client whose wife and unborn child died when their vehicle was hit head on by a dump truck that negligently crossed the centerline of the roadway.
- $4,000,000 settlement for client who sustained catastrophic burn injuries due to an arc flash explosion while working on an energized electrical panel at the defendant’s manufacturing facility in Charlotte, NC. Settlement also included waiver of the worker’s compensation lien on the settlement funds and continuation of benefits.
- $3,000,000 settlement for client who sustained a gunshot injury to her spine in a robbery outside a business establishment in Charlotte. The business was sued for failing to provide adequate security for its customers.
- $2,500,000 settlement for client who sustained severe injuries, including a head injury and multiple orthopedic injuries, after being struck in a crosswalk by a drunk driver.
- $2,500,000 settlement for client whose wife suffered a severe and irreversible brain injury due to physician’s failure to properly intubate her. Client’s wife subsequently died.
Schedule a Free Consultation with a Charlotte Personal Injury Lawyer Today
Would you like to get your questions about your accident injury case answered by an experienced Charlotte personal injury attorney? Warren & Kallianos offers free consultations to discuss your case and review your legal options. You never have to worry about upfront legal fees because you do not pay us any attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you. To learn more about how we can help you, call 704-377-7777 or complete our contact form to schedule a free case review today.