Charlotte, North Carolina Personal Injury Cases

North Carolina's largest city, Charlotte was founded in 1769. After a brief gold rush period, the residents of the city mostly turned to raising tobacco and cotton, and later developed the city's textile industry. In recent decades, Charlotte has become a banking powerhouse.

Located between the Appalachian Mountains and the Atlantic, Charlotte was rated #8 among the "100 Best Places to Live and Launch" by CNNMoney.com in 2008. Residents and visitors to the city can enjoy the lively art scene, a wide variety of outdoor recreation activities, and attractions such as the NASCAR Hall of Fame. In 2009, the population of the Charlotte metropolitan area was approaching 1,750,000.

The attorneys working at Lee Law Offices represent Charlotte residents who have been injured through other people's negligent behavior. Our lawyers focus on personal injury, worker's compensation, and social security disability cases. We help clients who have been injured in car, truck or motorcycle accidents or have suffered other types of catastrophic injuries. We also help injured workers who are seeking benefits under the workers' compensation and social security systems. In addition, we assist Charlotte residents whose children have suffered an injury, residents whose family members may have been the victims of wrongful death, as well as residents who have been injured by neglect or abuse while living in a nursing home.

Lee Law Offices's Charlotte office is located at 1000 Independence Tower, 4801 East Independence Boulevard. To reach us from the center of town, take South Tryon Street toward East Trade Street. Turn right onto East 5th Street, and merge onto US-74 E via the ramp to N Carolina 27; then make a U-turn at Glendora Drive, and look for 1000 Independence Tower on the right side. Please call us at (704) 332-1577 to schedule an appointment.

We also offer free home or hospital visits in Charlotte and surrounding areas. For a free initial consultation, please contact us today.

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