Who Is Responsible For Your Highway Accident?

Personal Injury Lawyers In Cabarrus County

The greater speeds in a highway accident often mean greater injuries. But speed is just one factor in determining why a crash occurred. These are complex accidents requiring sophisticated investigation and strong legal representation.

At Baker Billick, P.A., we work to ensure that the right parties are held accountable for a serious injury crash on the highway. Most importantly, our legal team is concerned that you receive the medical care and compensation to recover physically and financially.

We handle auto accidents across western North Carolina, including those involving nonresidents injured while traveling through the area. Call 704-706-9308 for a free consultation.

Experienced Handling Of Highway & Freeway Accidents

Our Concord legal team is familiar with stretches of interstate known for accidents in the region, such as I-77 from Statesville to Charlotte, I-26 through the mountains, I-40 from Asheville to the border, rush hour on I-85, as well as numerous state and county highways.

  • Abrupt lane changes by trucks sideswipe vehicles or force them off the road.
  • Driving too fast or unsafe passing on mountain curves leads to head-on crashes.
  • Events far ahead cause freeway traffic to go from a steady clip to a standstill, resulting in rear-end collisions when drivers cannot stop in time.
  • Construction detours, distracted driving and many other factors can trigger crashes.
  • Chain-reaction collisions involving multiple drivers further complicate issues of liability.

Trial lawyer Luke Baker has experience sorting it all out to make sure clients are compensated accordingly for serious injuries. We have access to accident reconstructionists who can help determine what contributed to a crash on the highway or interstate.

Call Today To Protect Your Rights

We offer a free initial consultation to answer your questions and swift investigation to secure important evidence. When we handle your case, there are no upfront fees, and we take attorney fees only if we succeed in recovering compensation.

Call our Concord office at 704-706-9308 or contact us online.

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