Many times auto accidents involve injuries that effect you and your family physically, emotionally and financially. We have handled numerous auto accidents and enjoy helping each of our clients to get their life back on track. We provide free consultation to see if we can help you. We take pride in that we do not take every case. If we feel that you do not need an attorney, we will tell you so. However, if you do need an attorney, we are ready to fight for you at no cost to you unless you recover.
Even a little fender-bender can cause big trouble. Here are some of the common effects of car accidents:
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Sometimes all you need is someone to listen to you and who cares. Venus Poe meets personally with each new client to understand your situation and formulate a plan to help you move forward. Respect and compassion are what you can expect at each step of the way from our firm.
We can help make sure you get the medical care you need. We will work to cut through the insurance red tape and see that your medical bills are paid. We will tend to a thousand little details so that you can concentrate on getting better.
Dealing with insurance companies is no fun. We know how the insurance companies work and we can use our knowledge to take that burden off of you. You need someone who knows the law and can advocate your rights and interests. Let us fight for you.
You will personally meet with a lawyer on your initial visit. There is no charge to talk with us about your case, and no obligation to choose us as your lawyers after we’ve talked.
According to the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles, every driver in the state must carry liability insurance.
If someone you love dies in a car accident in South Carolina, it may be hard to know what to do. Once you have come through the initial shock of the death, you may wonder how you were going to pay for any funeral bills, medical bills or support loved ones left in the wake of this sudden death.
In 2013 (the last year data is available), seventy-one percent of people killed in large-truck crashes were occupants of the other vehicles.