Helping Families for More than 30 Years
We understand how an injury impacts the entire family unit, not just the victim. Our attorneys go the extra mile to help you understand the law, process and your options when it comes to pursuing justice for you and your loved ones.
The Results You Deserve with People You Can Trust
Real Trial Lawyers with Real Success
YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO GET HURT TWICE
If you’ve been injured or lost a loved one because of someone else’s negligence, you are not alone. Not only are we deeply sorry for your loss, we want to help you know what your rights are and what your next steps may be. You might be thinking, “Why do I need a lawyer, and does it matter?” The truth is it does matter, and the lawyer you choose can mean the difference between the results you deserve or walking away empty-handed.
When you’ve been injured due to car accidents, poor medical care or a dangerous product, you can be sure the guilty party’s insurance company will be looking to protect themselves – they are not interested in protecting you. Seeking the help of a trial lawyer puts a qualified advocate at your side who is just as passionate about your family’s best interests as you are. If you’re ready to speak to one of our caring staff today, call us at (704) 376-1911.
WE DON’T JUST SETTLE
Many cases settle, but a good settlement takes work. Winning you the compensation you deserve may mean going to court, which is where you’ll find us – protecting our clients’ rights. Our opponents know this, and our reputation precedes our work. Learn more about how we can help your case by clicking here.
Recent News: Charles Monnett to Represent Widow of Keith Lamont Scott
Attorney Charles Monnett is representing the widow of Keith Lamont Scott in a wrongful death lawsuit filed against the city and the officer who shot and killed him. Officer Brentley Vinson was cleared of charges after an internal investigation and Scott’s wife, Rakeyia, is again seeking justice.
Why Hire Our Law Firm
We Are Real Trial Lawyers
Each case is unique and therefore always prepared as if it will go to trial. This ensures that every case, if settled early, will provide our client with the maximum compensation.
Our firm has been active in numerous civil liberty and non-profit groups for decades. We do this as it is a core principle to improve our society and the lives of all families in North Carolina.
You Have Legal Questions
Our experience will provide you with more accurate answers. We promise to answer your questions thoroughly and in a manner that helps you make a better decision for you and your family.
You Won’t See Us on TV
Many personal injury attorneys splash their ads on television. So why don’t we? Because when you have a serious injury, you want a serious lawyer. We believe in earning our reputation rather than buying airtime on TV.
Take a look at our track record. Every client is unique, and every case is different. We cannot accept every case, but if we do, we’ll use our resources to help you get the fair and just compensation you deserve.
My experience was awesome. Mr. Monnett kept us up to date on everything and there was no need for us to call them; they called us and gave us day to day feedback. I would definitely refer my friends and relatives!Charles M.
I didn’t want to go to just anyone and they seemed like the best fit for me. I was very satisfied. If anyone asked me to recommend someone to them it would definitely be Charles Monnett & Associates.Raven B.
With over 60 years combined experience, we have an extensive understanding of the laws in cases involving:
Charles Monnett III & Associates is proud to sponsor the I AM CMS Award, given to teachers of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools for outstanding performance in their field.
Nationally Recognized, Local Impact
Charles G. Monnett III & Associates have been featured on national and local networks representing the Keith Lamont Scott family, those who suffered losses due to the recent Siskey Ponzi scheme, as well as other high-profile injustices that violate inalienable rights afforded to all of us by the U.S. Constitution.