For those suffering a catastrophic injury, the road to recovery can be long and difficult. It may include long-term medical care, extensive healthcare bills, time away from work or reduced earning capacity, and the stress of coping with a life-altering condition.
Our catastrophic injury lawyers can help people suffering from catastrophic injuries in Spartanburg collect compensation for their losses. A personal injury lawyer in Spartanburg from Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, can help you build a case to prove the defendant’s liability for your injuries so you get the money you need. Call us today for a free case review.
Our personal injury lawyers have the resources to handle your case and fight for a favorable outcome. We have more than 10,000 cases under our belt and hundreds of five-star reviews from our past clients.
The Spartanburg catastrophic injury attorneys at our firm will provide you with the same level of client service. While you rest and recover, we manage the day-to-day obligations of your personal injury case, including:
- Retrieve evidence like police reports, photographs, testimony from eyewitnesses, and other relevant information to prove liability.
- Gather medical records and work with medical experts, when necessary, to establish the effects of your catastrophic injuries and the ongoing care you’ll require.
- Manage communication with insurance companies and other parties involved in your case.
- Negotiate with insurance companies or other legal counsel to reach a settlement that fairly compensates you for all your losses, including long-term losses.
- Represent you throughout the legal process up to and including at trial, if necessary.
Our personal injury attorneys and staff have one goal: Provide excellence in legal representation, in every case, with every client, and at every stage. Our team keeps you updated on your case throughout the legal process, answers all your questions, and commits to fighting for the best outcome for you and your family. Call us today to learn how our personal injury law firm can help.
Catastrophic injuries, such as traumatic brain injuries (TBI), spinal cord injuries, amputations, or severe burns, often result in long-term health complications. When someone suffers an injury due to the actions of another, state law allows them to seek damages for the financial, physical, and emotional harm that results.
Since catastrophic injuries are often life-altering, you could be entitled to collect extensive damages to cover the full amount of your short- and long-term losses.
Recovering Losses From a Catastrophic Injury
You could collect monetary compensation for losses like:
- Medical and hospital bills
- Prescription medication
- Long-term care expenses
- Assistive devices
- Adaptive technology
- Home or vehicle modifications to accommodate an injury
- Lost wages
- Reduced earning capacity
- Emotional distress
- Pain and suffering
- Diminished quality of life
- Lost enjoyment of activities
We send our sincere condolences if you lost a loved one to a catastrophic injury. While no amount of money can bring your loved one back, you may qualify to recover damages for funeral and burial costs, your loved one’s lost wages and medical bills, and more. Our catastrophic injury lawyers represent families in wrongful death cases, helping them get the money they need to preserve their financial future.
Under S.C. Ann § 15-51-10 if a wrongful death occurred, the party who caused the injury is still liable for any damages that arise from the injury even if the victim is not alive to collect them. The victim’s surviving family members are entitled to recover damages.
You may be eligible for compensation for losses, such as:
- Lost financial support
- Funeral and burial costs
- Loss of services
- Loss of protection
- Loss of parental guidance
- Loss of companionship
We’re committed to helping grieving families secure compensation to alleviate the financial stress and worry they may be experiencing. Call us today for a free case evaluation to learn about how we can assist you in a wrongful death lawsuit.
Personal injury lawsuits require proving the defendant was negligent and caused your injuries. Our team builds your case to establish the following:
- Duty of care: The defendant had a responsibility to act in a reasonable manner to avoid injuring others.
- Negligence: The defendant acted recklessly or carelessly, such as by driving aggressively or not taking proper care to make their property safe for visitors.
- Causation: The defendant’s negligence led to your injuries.
- Damages: You suffered losses and expenses because of your injuries, such as medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, can help you establish that the at-fault party is liable for your losses. Call us for a free consultation about your case. There’s no obligation, and you only pay attorney fees if you recover compensation.
In general, South Carolina gives injury victims three years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit for damages, according to S.C. Ann § 15-3-530. Time is of the essence. You may be unable to recover damages if you file your lawsuit after the legal deadline expires.
We care deeply about the well-being of our clients, and we go the extra mile to ensure they receive excellent service at every stage of the claims process. It’s our pleasure to help you recover the money you need to get the care you need and ensure your family’s financial future after a severe injury. Call Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, today for a free case, no obligation review.