May is National Bike Month, an initiative sponsored by the League of American Bicyclists to promote bike riding and, more to the point, safety while bike riding. In our state, the months of May through November are the months in which there are increased numbers of traffic collisions involving pedalists....KEEP READING
You need to talk to an attorney as soon as possible so all your rights are protected. It is also important to preserve all the evidence in your case.
You are entitled to full compensation for time off work due to your injuries. Keep your own log of your time off work. We will assist you in obtaining statements from your employer for your time off work.
If you were injured in an auto accident, we will help you obtain a rental car and maximize the amount available under South Carolina law for your vehicle, with no fee on the settlement for your vehicle.
You should never give a recorded statement to the claims adjuster for the insurance company without consulting first with an attorney. The claims adjuster works for the insurance company. Their job is to help their employer and the person or business who caused your injury. It is not to help you.
Never sign any papers sent by the insurance company without first talking to an attorney!
If you were injured on-the-job and Workers’ Compensation is paying for your medical treatment, you should definitely consult with an attorney. You may be entitled to additional compensation for your pain and suffering and lost wages.
Many factors enter into the valuation of your claim. Important factors include how long you need medical treatment, what kind of treatment you need, the length of time you continue to experience pain and suffering from the accident, and the permanency of your injuries.
Muscle strains and sprains can be very painful. Even if you did not have any broken bones or a concussion, you may be entitled to a settlement for your pain and suffering.
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