Britton Law, P.A. - Fayetteville Personal Injury Lawyer
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Fayetteville State Tort Claims Attorney

Offering Vigorous, Effective Legal Representation to Clients Across North Carolina

In most personal injury cases, you will have to litigate against an insurance company to recover compensation for your medical expenses, lost income and pain and suffering. If you or a loved one was harmed by a government agency, you face a different set of rules. There are many cases where you will have to sue the state government or a state agency, such as the following:

  • A car accident caused by a state agency vehicle
  • School bus accidents or other public transportation accidents
  • Accidents caused by defectively designed or maintained roads
  • Slip-and-fall accidents in state-owned buildings

A Full Understanding of the State Tort Claims Act

Fayetteville state tort claims lawyer Rebecca Britton and Britton Law, P.A., are well equipped to protect your rights. We understand that these cases are unique in a number of ways. For example, rather than litigating against an insurance company, we will litigate against the state attorney general's office. Instead of a jury trial, your case will be heard by a deputy commissioner of the North Carolina Industrial Commission. At Britton Law, P.A., our understanding of these and other differences in pursuing these claims gives our clients the best chance in their case.

Contact Britton Law, P.A.

We offer a free initial consultation in all personal injury and wrongful death claims. Call 910-401-3356 or complete our contact form today. If we accept your case, you will not pay fees unless we are successful in your case.

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