Your South Carolina Car Accident Lawyers
If you were hurt in a car accident anywhere in the Carolinas due to no fault of your own, you have rights. However, the legal system can be challenging to handle alone.
That’s where our South Carolina car accident lawyers at Harris, Graves & Williams come in, we’ll guide you through every step of the legal process and fight for the maximum amount of compensation you deserve. We want you to focus on recovering while we handle the hassles of your case.
Call us today to find out how we can help you!
Do I Have a Case?
The short answer is if you got hurt and someone else caused the accident that resulted in your injuries, you probably have a case. We have covered a wide range of injuries and accident types. Here are some factors our team will look for when reviewing your case:
Types of InjuriesOver the years, our law firm has seen people suffer from a wide range of injuries. These include, but are not limited to: Traumatic brain injuries Soft tissue injuries Back and neck injuries Loss of limbs Broken bones Internal injuries Loss of mobility "Invisible" injuries, such as depression, anxiety, or PTSD
Types of Car AccidentsWe have covered many types of car accidents as well. These have included cases involving: Distracted drivers Drivers under the influence of alcohol and drugs Drivers who were on a cell phone Drivers who fell asleep behind the wheel Poor road conditions
Are You Within the Legal Time Limit to Seek Compensation?The first thing we’ll need to determine is whether you are within the statute of limitations. This is the time frame in which you have to file your case. In South Carolina, you have three years from the date of the accident to file your claim in most car accident cases. However, there are a few expectations and the deadline may vary depending on the details of your case. If you fail to meet these important legal deadlines, you could lose your right to any compensation. This is why you should contact a South Carolina car accident lawyer as soon as possible to ensure every deadline is met and that you have your best chance at a fair settlement.
What kinds of compensation can I get?
If another driver’s careless acts caused your injuries, you may be eligible to collect compensation for a wide range of injuries, both visible and invisible. You can seek compensation for all of your injury-related medical bills, including doctor’s visits, medical procedures, medications, and transportation costs. Lost wages and potential lost future compensation are also losses that we have seen many of our clients receive compensation to cover.
You may also be able to get compensated for things like PTSD, emotional trauma, depression, anxiety, loss of comfort and relationships, and loss of consortium. Get in touch with our team at Harris, Graves & Williams today to get your free case review and determine what type of compensation you may recover.