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Taking Care Of You After A Serious Injury

Dealing with legal details is enough to give anyone a headache. If you’re already trying to recover from a serious injury, it can be more than a headache — it can be impossible.

That’s where we come in. At the North Carolina firm of Ranee Singleton, PLLC, we will take the burden off your shoulders. All you need to do is get better. We’ll handle the rest.

Let us help you with any of the following matters:

Put A Former Insurance Defense Attorney On Your Side

With 30 years of legal experience, attorney Ranee Singleton knows what it takes to negotiate your medical bills down — which can leave more money for you. Plus, as a former insurance defense lawyer, she knows how the insurance industry operates and how to make the most of a personal injury claim. Let her and the rest of our team go to work on your behalf, striving to put as much money as possible in your pocket.

Our Goal Is For You To Leave Our Office With No Outstanding Bills To Pay

It’s common for injury victims to receive a check from the insurance company at the end of the case, only to discover that they are completely responsible for paying all kinds of outstanding bills.

At our law firm, we work hard to negotiate all outstanding medical liens and bills in your favor, and to put the savings in your pocket. Our ultimate goal is for all medical bills and liens to be totally satisfied so that the money you receive at the end is really yours to keep and spend as you wish. We take the extra time and care to make this as much of a reality as possible for you, and have a great deal of success in difficult cases.

You Have Nothing To Lose By Working With Us

Are you worried about how to afford a lawyer? Don’t be. Our attorney only gets paid if and when you do, so you have nothing to lose. Call our Washington office today at 252-946-1944 to set up a free consultation. You can also reach us online.

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