Experienced and Determined North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia & West Virginia Personal Injury Attorneys
“People injured by the negligence of others often suffer serious physical, psychological, and financial damage. It is almost impossible to receive fair compensation without the help of a knowledgeable, caring lawyer experienced in personal injury law.” — Don Marcari
Dedicated to the best possible outcome for our injured clients
Clients come to the personal injury attorneys at Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban because we care about the people we represent. Our lawyers work aggressively to achieve the best results for our clients. Read more about why clients choose our firm.
No one can put your life back the way it was after a serious auto accident, motorcycle crash, or tractor-trailer accident. But by successfully fighting to get you full compensation for your medical bills, lost income, pain, suffering and other damages, we can help you get back on your feet financially and stay there. If you are filing or appealing a workers' compensation claim or were denied your Veterans Affairs disability benefits claim, you can count on our team of skilled attorneys for knowledgeable representation.
More than 200 years of combined legal experience
We can help when you need a personal injury lawyer in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia or West Virginia. Our experienced attorneys have represented hundreds of clients entitled to compensation for injuries related to:
True to their backgrounds as former U.S. Navy JAG Corps Officers, attorneys Don Marcari and David Russotto also represent veterans and surviving family members who have been denied disability benefits or want to appeal their disability rating with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Our Veterans Disability team has experience dealing directly with the VA's regional offices around the country, the Board of Veterans Appeals and the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (Veterans Court). When necessary, our legal team will pursue appeals all the way to the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals.
Don Marcari is perhaps best known as the true-life inspiration for the film A Few Good Men. He continues to fight for the rights of all his clients, including civilians, veterans and the servicemen he occasionally still represents in military matters.
Emphasizing the “personal” in personal injury
At Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban, our personal injury lawyers believe in developing a trusting relationship with our clients. If you have been injured or disabled in an auto accident, tractor-trailer accident, medical malpractice, slip-and-fall, workplace accident or you need help filing a benefits claim, we offer you:
- Free consultation
- 24/7 availability via toll-free calling, email submission or web chat
- Travel to your location day or night, weekdays or weekends, if needed
When we represent you, we maintain strong communications, returning your phone calls promptly and keeping you informed about the status of your case.
Put our team of dedicated professionals to work for you
Our professional staff includes full-time investigators, dedicated paralegals and skilled attorneys. We document, negotiate and/or litigate all of the complex issues of your injury claim or lawsuit — medical bills, lost wages, insurance coverage issues, health insurance subrogation, policy stacking, medical payment benefits, and more. When you count on us, you no longer have to bear the weight of this process on your own.
Contact us today
If you have suffered a serious personal injury, don’t try to fight for fair compensation on your own. Call toll free (888) 351-1038 today or contact Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban online to schedule a free consultation at one of our North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia or West Virginia offices:
If you cannot travel to our office, we will come to you. At your free consultation, our experienced legal team can examine your documentation and evaluate the strength of your case to advise you further. When your case is accepted, you pay NO legal fees until your case is resolved and you receive a monetary award.