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Nagle & Associates Serves Car Accident Victims by Charging Lower Legal Fees

Firm’s low fees reflect its deep commitment to serving North Carolina accident victims in every possible way, Nagle & Associates reports

WINSTON – January 16, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

The number of car accidents statewide jumped 6.3 percent in 2016 compared to the year before, according to the most recent statistics from the Division of Motor Vehicles. As a longtime Car Accident Lawyer In Winston-Salem, NC, Attorney Carl Nagle of Nagle & Associates, P.A. has important advice for those who have been injured.

Working with a Low Fee Accident Attorney In Winston-Salem, NC can leave an injury victim with a larger settlement or judgment compared to the usual arrangements. With the firm’s 25-percent and 33-percent fees for settlements and trial cases coming in well below industry norms, accident victims receive more money, allowing them to focus on recovering.

As a former Insurance Defense Lawyer In Winston-Salem, NC, Attorney Carl Nagle understands how insurers think and can accurately predict their moves and reactions. Every professional at Nagle & Associates is dedicated to providing the support and assistance injury victims deserve, with the firm’s low fees standing as one example of this commitment.

“While today’s cars and trucks are safer than those of the past, too many people still suffer injuries from accidents in North Carolina each year,” Attorney Carl Nagle said. “Car accidents hurt more than 130,000 people in North Carolina in 2016, a significant increase from the preceding year. Everything we do here at Nagle & Associates revolves around catering to the needs of those who suffer injuries in accidents. Our low fees are one way by which we strive to improve the lives of the many who deserve so much help and support.”

Every year in August or September, the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles releases a detailed report summarizing the vehicular accidents and injuries that occurred statewide the year before. The Department’s most recent report, published on August 16 of last year, included some disheartening news: Reported crashes, injuries, and deaths for 2016 had all increased compared to 2015, continuing an unfortunate recent trend.

Formerly an insurance adjuster and then an insurance company defense lawyer, Attorney Carl Nagle has more than 20 years of professional experience involving motor vehicle accidents. Now dedicated to serving injured accident victims, Attorney Nagle leads the team at Nagle & Associates to do everything possible for each client.

With Nagle & Associates having secured more than $290 million in compensation for injury victims all over North Carolina, the firm’s low fees have saved millions of dollars for clients. Visitors to the Nagle & Associates website can read more about the difference those low fees make and schedule a free consultation of their own.

About Nagle & Associates, P.A.:

Dedicated solely to serving the needs of the motor vehicle accident victims, the team at Nagle & Associates combines experience and compassion with low fees and the legal skills needed to produce results.

Contact Info:
Name: Carl Nagle
Email: carl@naglefirm.com
Organization: Nagle & Associates, P.A.
Address: 380 Knollwood St #320 Winston-Salem, NC 27103
Phone: (336) 723-4500

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