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Denver NC Personal Injury

The lawyers of Teddy, Meekins & Talbert have many years of experience in personal injury law. If you were injured in an accident in North Carolina, call us today for help!

Personal Injury Litigation in Denver North Carolina

Any serious injury can disrupt your life. After one occurs to you or a loved one, it is entirely normal to feel anxiety about facing medical bills, lost wages and questions from insurance companies.

You do not need that kind of stress in your life when you are trying to focus on your health and your family. Instead, you can turn to a trusted personal injury attorney to help you navigate through the legal and financial issues that lie ahead, through guidance and legal help as well as power of attorney over medical and finance decisions.

At Teddy, Meekins & Talbert, we are ready to help you today. We take a team approach to serving our clients, and we always pay close attention to their personal needs. We will work diligently to pursue compensation for you.

We serve clients in Shelby and throughout Cleveland County as well as in Rutherfordton, Lincolnton, Gastonia and surrounding communities in North Carolina.



How Can Our Denver Personal Injury Lawyers Help You?

Generally speaking, people owe a duty to protect others from harm. In other words, they must do what a reasonable and prudent person would have done under the same or similar circumstances to protect others from harm.

When a person fails to fulfill this duty, and others suffer injuries as a result, that person is “negligent.” The person may be required, under North Carolina law, to pay compensation for the harm he or she has caused.

At Teddy, Meekins & Talbert, our role is to determine whether you or a loved one has suffered injury due to the negligence of another person, company or government agency. If so, we will work diligently to pursue the compensation you deserve.

You can count on us to:

What Can You Recover in a Denver, North Carolina Personal Injury Claim?

Through the years, our personal injury lawyers have helped clients to deal with severe injuries, including fractures, burns, loss of limbs, traumatic brain injury and spinal cord damage.

We know the major impact that these injuries can have on your life and the lives of those around you. Our goal will be to seek compensation for all of your losses, including:

  • Past and future medical expenses
  • Past and future loss of earnings
  • Pain and suffering
  • Scars or disfigurement
  • Partial/total loss (or loss of use) of part of the body
  • Permanent injury
  • Any other type of damage supported by the evidence in your case.


We may also pursue two other types of damages in your personal injury claim:

Punitive damages

Unlike other types of damages, these damages are not aimed at compensating you for your losses. Instead, they are aimed at punishing the at-fault party, deterring the party and others from engaging in this conduct in the future or making an example of the party.

Loss of consortium

This category of damages is based on harm to the marital relationship that is caused by another person’s negligence. These damages can be claimed by either you or your spouse if you can show a loss or disruption of services, society, affection, companionship or sexual relations in your marriage. For instance, these damages can be claimed if you can no longer mow your lawn or look after your kids, and help has to be hired now to perform these services.

At Teddy, Meekins & Talbert, we can also represent you in a wrongful death lawsuit if you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of another. We can help you to determine if you are eligible to bring such a claim, and we can discuss the different types of damages that can be sought in a wrongful death lawsuit in North Carolina.

Types of Personal Injury Case Our Lawyers Handle

By taking a team approach to serving our clients, we can take on a broad range of personal injury cases. We can assist in cases that involve:

Car accidents

Truck accidents

Slip and falls

Dog bites

Nursing home abuse
and neglect

Construction and
other workplace accidents

Product liability

Motorcycle Accident

Our Personal Injury Lawyer in Denver North Carolina Can Help

Under North Carolina law, you have three years from the date of your injury in which to file a personal injury lawsuit. For this reason, you should not wait to get legal help.

If you have suffered injury due to the negligent conduct of another in Cleveland County or in a surrounding community, contact Teddy, Meekins & Talbert today. We can provide a free consultation and get to work immediately on seeking just compensation for you and your family.