Since 1999, the personal injury lawyers at Hyland & Padilla, PLLC have expertly represented clients for civil jury trials in North Carolina District and Superior State Courts and the U.S. District Court and Middle District.
We have made it our mission to provide the best legal representation for individuals who have been seriously injured as the result of someone else’s carelessness and negligence.
At Hyland & Padilla, PLLC, we handle all catastrophic personal injury cases, such as:
Auto Accidents, Construction Accidents, Medical Malpractice, Pedestrian Accidents, Product Liability, Slip and Fall Injuries, Tractor Trailer Accidents, Work Related Injuries, and Wrongful Death
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Under North Carolina law, if you have been injured in a car accident or motorcycle accident that is not your fault, then you have certain legal rights. The insurance company for the other driver is committed to limiting those rights as much as possible.
The law firm of Hyland & Padilla, PLLC is committed to protecting your legal rights and aggressively pursues financial compensation to cover medical expenses, doctor and hospital bills, lost wages and pain and suffering.
The law firm of Hyland & Padilla, PLLC has been helping individuals throughout the state of North Carolina who have been injured due to medical negligence. Our team of personal injury lawyers will fight aggressively to protect your rights and help you receive the financial compensation you deserve. The damages awarded typically cover medical expenses, lost wages and pain and suffering.
If you or a family member has been injured as a result of a medical procedure or the negligence of medical staff to properly care for you or if your doctor failed to diagnose a severe medical condition, you may have a legal claim for medical negligence.
In North Carolina, every business with more than three employees is required to have Worker’s Compensation insurance. When a person has been injured while working at or on behalf of their job, they have only 30 days to prepare and submit important paperwork. If these forms are not properly filled out and filed, the insurance claim may be denied.
The injury attorneys at Hyland & Padilla, PLLC have been helping people injured on the job submit their claims and start receiving the benefits they deserve to cover lost wages and medical bills.
A wrongful death is the result of the carelessness and negligence of another person. Wrongful death may occur as the result of a car accident, a defective product, medical malpractice, or an accident at work. In order for a spouse or family member to pursue a wrongful death claim, an estate must be created. Then, the administrator of the estate could hire an injury attorney to pursue the wrongful death claim.
Under North Carolina law, an estate has two years to file a wrongful death claim which can cover pain and suffering, medical expenses, funeral expenses, loss of financial support and income potential and in some cases, punitive damages.