A personal injury can be a life-altering event that can affect your health and finances. If you are facing financial strain stemming from your injuries or inability to return to work, our Spartanburg personal injury lawyer can help you explore your legal options.
At Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, we are dedicated to helping claimants receive compensation for their accident-related expenses. Our law firm can help you identify those responsible for your accident, determine the value of your case, and fight for a fair settlement on your behalf.
To get started with a free case evaluation, call (864) 582-1310.
We Can Represent You for Many Types of Accidents
An accident can happen when you least expect it. When someone else is at fault for your injuries, you may be entitled to recover your losses regardless of how the accident happened.
Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC provides legal services for all types of accidents, including:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Product liability
- Pedestrian accidents
- Workers’ compensation
- Wrongful death
Our legal team wants to get started on your case today. When you call us and start your free case review, we want to learn about how your accident happened, the extent of your injuries, and other important details. Call today.
For a free legal consultation with a personal injury lawyer serving Spartanburg, call 828.286.3866
Legal Services While You Recover
Recovering from a personal injury can take several weeks or months. However, you do not have long to file a personal injury claim. Under SC Code §15-3-530(2012), you generally have three years from the date of your accident to pursue litigation. For this reason, we encourage you to act quickly.
To promote your case’s success, some of the services a Spartanburg personal injury lawyer can undertake include:
Handling the Legal Aspects of Your Claim
We can take the stress out of filing a personal injury claim by handling the necessary aspects of your case.
Your legal team can:
- Gather evidence of fault and liability
- Organize and submit your paperwork to the appropriate courts and offices
- Implement a plan of action
- Communicate with the involved parties on your behalf
While you heal from your injuries, you can feel confident knowing that your case is being managed by a legal team who cares.
Establishing Fault and Liability
We can conduct an investigation to determine how your accident occurred and who is at fault. We can review all available evidence, interview all relevant parties, and explore all the facts of your case. Our goal is to prove that due to the negligent actions of the at-fault party, they should be responsible for your financial losses.
Engaging with the Insurance Companies
When someone else is at fault for your injuries, their insurance company can be held liable for compensating you. Instead of you having to discuss your case with the insurer, Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC can do so on your behalf. We can stay in touch with the insurance company and keep you updated on the status of your claim.
Filing a Lawsuit
We can enter litigation if we cannot reach an agreement with the responsible party and their insurance company. Your Spartanburg personal injury lawyer’s goal is to recover compensation that accurately represents the severity of your injuries and the accident that occurred. If necessary, we can take your case to court and have a judge’s verdict resolve your case.
To learn more about what this entails, call Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC at (864) 582-1310.
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Establishing Liability in a Personal Injury Case
Your lawyer must establish negligence before moving forward with pursuing the cost of your economic and noneconomic damages.
During the investigative process of your claim, your lawyer may examine the following items to demonstrate fault:
- Your medical records
- The police report, if available
- The accident report, if available
- Eyewitness accounts
- Photos and videos
- Testimony from third-party field experts
We may be able to collect pieces of evidence in addition to those we have listed here.
Damages in a Spartanburg Personal Injury Case
Damages in your personal injury case are intended to help you recover your economic and noneconomic losses. While it is difficult to put an exact dollar figure on all of your losses, we can help you identify your damages and estimate how much they are worth.
If your case is successful, you may be able to recover the following losses:
The Cost of Medical Bills
If you have to undergo treatment or testing for your injuries, the insurance company may be liable for paying for these bills. Medical expenses may include emergency care, surgical procedures, doctor visits, or rehabilitation. We can calculate your past, current, and projected medical expenses.
Compensation for Lost Wages
Due to the severity of your injuries, you may have had to take time off work––or be unable to return to your place of employment altogether. Through negotiations or civil court action, we may be able to recover the cost of these lost wages.
We may also be able to include lost benefits, potential tips, and bonuses in our claim for damages. If your injuries resulted in a disability, we can calculate how much you should be paid for workers’ compensation, lost earning capacity, or retirement, if applicable.
Pain and Suffering
In addition to your medical expenses and lost wages, you may also be able to recover for:
- Trauma associated with physical pain and discomfort
- Emotional distress
- Loss of consortium
- Loss of household benefits and parental guidance
- Impaired quality of life
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Call Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC For a Free Consultation
At Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, we understand what a challenging time this is for you and your family. We believe that you should not have to pay for expenses caused by someone else’s negligence or reckless behavior.
We can help you get fair compensation for your damages while you recover from your injuries. To start your free, no-obligation case review, call us today at (864) 582-1310.