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Asheville Personal Injury Attorneys Help You Recover Damages

Recover compensation for your injury in North Carolina

Serious injuries have the power to take your life off track. You may not be able to work again for an extended time, if ever. You may not be able to provide for your family or yourself until you recuperate. You may have to change the way you do everyday things, including getting around your house or town. When catastrophic injuries occur as a result of another person’s reckless behavior, you may be able to sue for financial compensation.

Hensley Cloninger, P.C. in Asheville has represented injury victims throughout North Carolina since 1989. Our founding attorney has 29 years of experience, and our legal staff includes a nurse paralegal who helps us assess your case. Together our team pursues the best possible outcome to your personal injury claim.

Personal injury damages

Our lawyers consult with medical and financial experts to assess the true cost of your injury including the psychological damage, depression, loss of quality of life and — in wrongful death cases — loss of companionship. We aggressively advocate for economic damages for numerous expenses, such as:

  • Medical bills
  • Prescription costs
  • Physical therapy
  • Lost wages
  • Job retraining
  • Temporary or permanent disability
  • Pain and suffering
  • Future medical treatment

Our team explains the concepts of gross negligence and contributory negligence and how they apply to your individual circumstances.

Serious personal injuries occur in a number of ways

Hensley Cloninger, P.C. has helped our clients in Asheville and throughout North Carolina win favorable judgments or settlements for just compensation following such catastrophic injuries as fractures, soft tissue injuries, lacerations, organ damage, brain injury, spinal injury and herniated disc injuries caused by:

  • Medical malpractice
  • Birth injuries
  • Car accidents
  • Trucking accidents
  • Slips and falls
  • Premises liability
  • Dog bites
  • Defective products
  • On-the-job injuries
  • Occupational illnesses
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Assault
  • Wrongful death

Consider time and experience

Every state has a statute of limitations. Depending on the type of injury, victims in North Carolina have about three years to file a claim against the liable party. This may sound like a lot of time, but this period must also include a legal review of your case, evidence discovery and typically an initial settlement offer to the defendant.

Attorney John C. Hensley, Jr. draws on his experience as an insurance defense lawyer to build a case that can withstand the defendants’ efforts to argue against their own liability in your injury. Backed by this unique insight, our law firm explains how to file your personal injury claim and how we can help you recover the compensation you are entitled to receive.

Let our North Carolina lawyers help you make a financial recovery for your injuries

Recover compensation for injuries caused by another person’s or a corporation’s negligence. Call Hensley Cloninger, P.C. at 828-348-0092 or contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation with one of our experienced personal injury lawyers. Our Asheville firm serves injured clients throughout North Carolina and the Southeast United States through pro hac vice representation. We take your case on a contingency fee arrangement.