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Adam Seifer

Trusted by his clients and recognized by Super Lawyers, the National Trial Lawyers, Business North Carolina Legal Elite, the National Advocacy for DUI Defense, and AVVO, Adam M. Seifer is a respected and experienced attorney with an impressive track record for achieving results.
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How long does it typically take to settle a “simple” car accident claim?

Posted by Adam Seifer on Feb 16, 2017 11:56:26 AM

Often, people will call us to ask questions about “simple” car accidents. In North Carolina, there are several things to consider after an incident has occurred. No matter how straightforward the situation may seem in the moments after impact, it’s extremely important to understand that your actions will determine what happens to you down the road.

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Topics: Settlement, Personal Injury, car accident

What do I do if an accident report is inaccurate?

Posted by Adam Seifer on Feb 6, 2017 9:30:30 AM

Being involved in a car accident, no matter how minor, can disrupt your entire life.  Especially if you have never experienced a motor vehicle collision, knowing what to do and how to respond can be confusing.  

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Topics: Personal Injury, car accident, accident injury

Holiday DWIs

Posted by Adam Seifer on Nov 23, 2016 3:00:07 PM

Thanksgiving Eve, also referred to as “Blackout Wednesday,” is the start of the holiday DWI season. During December, 728 people are killed or injured each day. While tensions are high when it comes to family and work gatherings, you may start with one or two drinks then leave the party without a second thought. DWIs can be detrimental to your life, job, and relationships. If you’ve been arrested for a DWI and you’re thinking of foregoing of an attorney and pleading guilty, here are a few things you should consider.

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Topics: DWI, Holidays

Recently, In The NC News...

Posted by Adam Seifer on Mar 29, 2016 8:37:02 PM

Both SeiferFlatow, attorneys in NC, and North Carolina were all over the local and national news last week. Here’s a compilation of everything that happened, in case you missed it.

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Topics: General