Have you suffered a personal injury due to another’s reckless actions? Do you have medical bills pilling up? Have you had to miss work? If you answered yes to any of these questions, call a Charleston injury lawyer at the Clore Law Group now.
When you injuries are minor, insurance companies are more likely to compensate you. When you suffer significant injuries, resulting in huge medical expenses or, become disabled and unable to perform the daily tasks you could prior, the insurance company will fight you.
Types of Personal Injury
Personal injury law suits arise from many types of injuries. Brain injuries, for example, can result in impaired and require on-going medical attention. Back injuries can leave you disabled. Workers’ Compensation accounts for total and partial disability resulting from a workplace injury. Spinal injuries can result in paralysis. The elderly suffering personal injury due to nursing home abuse often do not survive their injuries.
A serious personal injury will demand you have an experience lawyer who understands not only the legal action, but also the medical prognosis and the current/future financial burden placed on you by a negligence accident.
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The Clore Law Group’s personal injury attorneys are licensed to practice law in numerous states and have offices in South Carolina and North Carolina. They have tried and settled countless personal injury law suits. This is an important decision. The success of the lawyer you choose will determine the financial hardship you suffer from your accident.
Personal Injury Accidents
Personal injury covers a broad scope of negligent injuries like car accidents, bicycle-car collisions, drunk driving wrecks, and more. When you are injured enough to require medical attention, you should talk to a lawyer. Sometimes an injury won’t even present for weeks following an accident. A lawyer at the Clore Law Group will review your medical files and your potential claim for free.
There are statutes of limitations on personal injury law suits, which means you have only so long to take action. Call a Charleston personal injury attorney today to ensure your legal rights are protected.