Wilmington Catastrophic Injury & Wrongful Death Attorneys
Representing North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, & Georgia
At Daniel, Holoman & Associates LLP in Wilmington, we never shy away from courtroom litigation. Our personal injury attorneys have substantial catastrophic injury and wrongful death jury trial experience and will prepare your case as if it will be tried in court, even though we aim to settle first. Opposing counsel and insurance companies are well-aware of our reputation of aggressively maximizing compensation for clients because we always give our all.
At Daniel, Holoman & Associates LLP, we focus on quality, individualized representation, not a cookie-cutter approach towards a quick and easy personal injury settlement. For the level of advocacy that you deserve during difficult times, contact us at (866) 380-2281.
Get Help from a Wilmington Personal Injury Law Firm
Butler Daniel and Justin Holoman have over 50 years of combined experience handling catastrophic injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice claims. Butler Daniel himself has handled personal injury litigation from both sides of the courtroom for over 25 years. As a former insurance defense attorney, he possesses unique insight into how insurance companies handle personal injury claims.
The attorneys at Daniel, Holoman & Associates LLP prosecute cases in an intense, skilled, and highly personal manner and are prepared to take cases they select to trial if necessary, to achieve justice and secure a fair recovery for their clients.
Our firm focuses on the following areas:
- Birth injuries
- Cerebral palsy
- Medical malpractice
- Nursing home abuse and neglect
Free Initial Consultations
For clients who are suffering from catastrophic injuries or grieving the death of a loved one following an accident, we offer a free initial consultation.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment with an experienced personal injury lawyer, contact us at (866) 380-2281. We represent the Southeast, including North Carolina, Kentucky, Georgia, and Tennessee.