Our David W. Martin Accident and Injury Lawyers in Fort Mill and Rock Hill know that when our clients are hurt because of another person’s negligence — whether it is in a car accident, while on foot, or at the grocery store — their injuries are going to impact every aspect of their life until they can fully heal.
Once we understand how each of our client’s injuries affects their day-to-day activities, their livelihoods, and overall quality of life, we can answer the one pressing question injury victims deserve to know, “How much is my South Carolina personal injury case worth?”
The short answer is, it depends.
Here is what we want our clients to know about pursuing compensation for their injuries.
All South Carolina Personal Injury Cases are Unique
The National Safety Council reports that an American is accidentally injured every second and killed every three minutes by a preventable event, including vehicle crashes, falls, drownings, or another avertable incident.
With that statistic in mind, consider the total number of people who are injured, what they do for a living, and how they spend their days to get an idea of how their injuries disrupt their lives.
For example, if a construction worker suffers a severe spine injury in a car crash, he or she may require lengthy medical care and extended time away from work, since their job requires significant movement, carrying heavy objects, bending, or being on their feet throughout the day.
For an office worker, a spine injury could also require extended medical care, but he or she may be able to go back to work sooner if their employer provides accessibility options to ease their return.
In both cases, their day-to-day lives, and their ability to participate in any activities like holding their kids, gardening, or housekeeping, are placed in flux.
Our David W. Martin Accident and Injury Lawyers will calculate each way your unique injuries have impacted your life and outline the financial figures that reflect your complete damages.
That may include:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages
- Loss of earning capacity
- Property damage
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Pain and suffering, including mental anguish and emotional distress
While no personal injury attorney can guarantee results, we do promise to pursue the best outcome for your unique injury circumstances by putting our experience and proven legal advocacy to work for you.
Contact Our Skilled Personal Injury Lawyers in South Carolina Today for a consultation
If you were hurt by the negligent actions or inaction of another person, party, or entity, contact our experienced York County, South Carolina personal injury attorneys at the David W. Martin Accident and Injury Lawyers today by calling803-548-2468.
We provide consultations for all personal injury cases in South Carolina, and never charge any legal fees unless we deliver a positive outcome for your unique case.