If you or a loved one has been injured by another person’s negligence or a company’s oversight, Jackson Pitts is prepared to evaluate your specific situation and help you determine the most productive course of action for obtaining justice. The Law Office of Jackson Pitts is committed to providing sound legal representation. With a focus on personal injury cases, Jackson Pitts personally guides his clients through every step of the process while protecting all rights available under the law.
Following a car accident, individuals often face difficulties when dealing with insurance companies. Medical expenses, lost wages, an endless amount of paperwork and pain from your injuries can be overwhelming. Adding to the stress, insurance representatives may contact you in an attempt to quickly settle your claim.
At The Law Office of Jackson Pitts, we understand that the wrongful death of a loved one is a tragic and painful time for families. We also understand that behind every wrongful death claim there are individuals that have suffered immeasurable loss. For this reason, we provide our assistance and guidance with a compassionate focus on the needs of the family.
If you or a loved one has recently suffered a personal injury, you have rights to assert. The Law Office of Jackson Pitts can carefully advise you on your options and advocate for you throughout the legal process. We are committed to making a difference in the lives of each client that seeks our assistance.
When you’ve been a victim of medical malpractice in the Asheville area, The Law Office of Jackson Pitts fights for justice on your behalf. A physician’s negligence can be devastating to you or your family. If you or a loved one has been a victim of this, contacting a medical malpractice attorney is the first step toward your recovery.
Insurance bad faith occurs when an insurance company fails to abide by the terms and conditions of the insured’s policy and willfully refuses to pay a legitimate claim. Insurance companies owe a duty of fair dealing with the persons they protect. If insurance companies violate good faith, the insured person may sue the insurance company.