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Can I trust the insurance adjuster?

Can I trust the insurance adjuster?
 

Can I trust the insurance adjuster? The short answer to this question is no. You cannot trust the insurance adjuster. Insurance companies make billions of dollars every year paying injured parties less than they are entitled to.   The insurance adjuster that has contacted you may sound nice at the...

Categories: Personal Injury
Posted on Sep 25, 2017

Why Your Doctor Matters

Why Your Doctor Matters
 

Why Your Doctor Matters If you have been injured in any kind of accident and potentially have a claim against the at-fault party, you must understand why your doctor matters. It will help you determine which steps are wise for you to take. Your doctor has to testify ‘to a reasonable degree of medi...

Categories: Auto Accidents, Personal Injury, Tractor Trailer Accidents
Posted on Jul 25, 2017

I was injured on someone else’s property, now what?

I was injured on someone else’s property, now what?
 

Clients often ask, What are my rights if I have been injured on someone else’s property? Whatever the case, the analysis is often the same. It does not matter if the property was big box retailer, a small merchant, or anything that occurred at a neighbor’s place. Nonetheless, there is one very ...

Categories: Personal Injury
Posted on Jun 25, 2017

Hiring A Personal Injury Attorney In South Carolina: Why You Need One!

Hiring A Personal Injury Attorney In South Carolina: Why You Need One!
 

Personal injury lawsuits are very common because injuries are very common. Personal injuries are injuries sustained because of the fault of another person. Being injured can be quite distressing, whether physical, psychological or emotional. If you ever face the misfortune of sustaining such injurie...

Categories: Personal Injury
Posted on Jun 25, 2014

What Am I Entitled To While Out Of Work For My Injury In South Carolina?

What Am I Entitled To While Out Of Work For My Injury In South Carolina?
 

An individual is entitled to be paid while they are out of work with a job related injury. The pay they receive is called Temporary Total Disability or TTD. TTD payments do not begin until the employee is out for seven days or more. If the employee is injured for seven days, the temporary compensati...

Categories: Personal Injury
Posted on May 4, 2014

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