CHARLOTTE PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS
North Carolina Accident Lawyers Taking Strong Action for People Across the State
The Hefferon & Hefferon DifferenceAttorneys Paul Hefferon and Tom Hefferon of Hefferon & Hefferon have developed a strong reputation among our clients and our colleagues in the North Carolina legal community as highly effective trial lawyers.
The cornerstone of our practice is a thorough commitment to the well-being of our clients and their families. We fight hard to maximize recovery for our clients who have suffered serious or catastrophic personal injury or who have lost a loved one in a fatal accident. This means that we make every effort to provide our clients with the caring personal support and aggressive representation they need and deserve. These characteristics extend to our clients in our professional malpractice cases and business litigation practice.
Giving Candid Answers and Practical AdviceWe truly believe that we can be of the greatest service to clients by simply telling them the truth. Our attorneys are committed to providing straightforward answers to difficult questions. Not all accident and injury cases are practical or cost-effective to pursue. Further, litigation is never easy, and very rarely leads to immediate results. It can take a long time to reach a positive outcome in any type of personal injury claim. No lawyer can guarantee an outcome, but our promise to you is that we will devote the full weight of our skill and experience to your case.
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The winter holidays are meant to be a joyous occasion when people are surrounded by family and friends. But with so many people taking to the road to celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s, there is a heightened risk of winding up in an auto accident and in need of a Charlotte personal injury lawyer.
The leading cause in a high number of accidents is alcohol. With the holidays come more festivities, meaning more opportunities to consume alcoholic beverages. In the state of North Carolina, the legal limit for BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) level among drivers is .08%. For drivers under the age of 21, any percentage of alcohol is prohibited. Commercial drivers are permitted to have a BAC level no higher than .04%. That same level applies to drivers who have a previous DWI on their record.