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  • Do You Use Your Own Health Insurance When You've Been Involved in an Auto Accident?
    Do You Use Your Own Health Insurance When You've Been Involved in an Auto Accident?

    The aftermath of a car accident involves a lot of questions concerning who was responsible for the incident, how you’re going to pay your bills, and a number of other financial uncertainties. When ...

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  • How Will the Damage to My Car Be Handled?
    How Will the Damage to My Car Be Handled?

    At Price, Petho & Anderson, one of our first priorities in handling your case is to make sure that your property damage claim is handled properly and as quickly as possible. Our Charlotte personal ...

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  • Why Insurance Companies are Making it More Difficult to Settle Claims
    Why Insurance Companies are Making it More Difficult to Settle Claims

    If you speak to any attorney in North Carolina who handles personal injury claims they will tell you that settling claims with liability insurance companies has become much more difficult than in ...

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  • What Is the Medical Payments Coverage?
    What Is the Medical Payments Coverage?

    Medical payments coverage or “med pay” as it is often referred to, is an optional form of insurance that may be purchased in connection with an automobile liability insurance policy. Under this ...

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  • North Carolina Medical Payments Coverage
    North Carolina Medical Payments Coverage

    Medical payments coverage is optional coverage which provides certain protection to insureds under a policy who are injured in an automobile accident. It is designed to provide reimbursement of ...

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  • Rule 414: Evidence of Medical Expenses
    Rule 414: Evidence of Medical Expenses "Paid versus Incurred"

    Effective October 1, 2011 and applying to all actions occurring after that date, Rule 414 the North Carolina Evidence Code limits evidence offered to prove past medical expenses to evidence of the ...

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