Motor Vehicle Accidents
Following a motor vehicle accident, after you Contact Us, your Lowcountry Injury Law attorney will send an investigator to the scene to take photos, interview witnesses and preserve important evidence. We will assist you in getting your car repaired; handle all phone calls and negotiations with the insurance companies; settle claims when possible without costly litigation and delays; and get you full compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering and any other damages caused by the accident and injuries. You can help by knowing What to Do in the Case of an Auto Accident and gather the information listed on our Car Accident Checklist.
If you have been in a car accident, act quickly to protect your rights. Delay in obtaining legal representation is not advisable. It is important that your claim be promptly investigated and your injuries properly established with the insurance company as soon as possible. An investigation into what caused the accident or the extent of your injuries may be hampered by delay in obtaining legal counsel. Insurance companies want you to handle your injury without legal help. Insurance companies hope that critical evidence will disappear or that they can blame your injuries on a cause unrelated to your accident. Contact us or another attorney as soon as possible.
We have extensive training and experience in handling car wreck and personal injury and wrongful death claims resulting from motor vehicle accidents. To see a partial record of our settlements and jury verdicts, go to Case Results.
Because of our experience and aggressiveness, the insurance companies know that if your case is not settled on fair and reasonable terms for the full amount you deserve, we will be fully prepared to litigate your claim for damages in court and will submit the issues to a jury for a determination of what you fully deserve. We also have much experience and success in resolving claims through the less costly and time-consuming methods of mediation and binding arbitration.
Lowcountry Injury Law accepts cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay us nothing unless we recover an award through settlement or trial.
Safety tips and an action plan relating to being involved in a car accident can be found at Edmunds.com.
For more car accident information and FAQ's, including causes of car accidents, what to do after a car accident, car insurance issues and claims, car accident injuries and resulting damages, etc., can be found at Auto Accidents FAQ and CarAccidentAttorneys.com.
Our Personal Injury Law Firm serves clients throughout the Lowcountry region of South Carolina, including Beaufort, Port Royal, Lady's Island, Bluffton SC and Hilton Head SC, as well as clients from Hampton SC, Allendale SC, Colleton County SC and Jasper County SC, including Towns of Ridgeland SC, Hardeeville SC, Estill SC and Walterboro SC.