Unfortunately, none of us are perfect. This statement is especially true when it comes to drivers of automobile, motorcycles and other motor vehicles on South Carolina roadways. As a result of our imperfect human nature, thousands of collisions occur between automobiles, motorcycles, pedestrians and other motor vehicles each year on South Carolina roadways.
The injuries that result from these car accidents vary from life threatening and life long injuries such as, paralysis, severe neck and back injuries, and brain damage, to broken and fractured bones. Furthermore, less threatening soft tissue injuries such as whiplash, neck and back sprains and head trauma may cause you significant pain and discomfort for several months. When you are injured as the result of someone else’s carelessness and mistakes, it is critical that you take the necessary actions to collect every penny that you deserve from the people that harmed. You are entitled to financial compensation to assist you in your recovery and to compensate you the pain and suffering that you have sustained as a result of the accident.
Many people make the mistake and try to handle their auto accident case with the insurance company on their own. Insurance adjusters job is not to ensure that you receive maximum compensation for your injuries. In fact, it is the complete opposite. Insurance adjusters have an obligation to the insurance company, and they will attempt to pay as little money as possible on your claim. That is why it is important for injured victims to seek representation from a Auto Accident Attorney who will seek your best interest and ensure that you receive the financial compensation that you are entitled for your injuries.
If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of the negligence of another person, contact Attorney Tyler D. Bailey for a free consultation. He’ll remove the stress and frustration that comes with dealing with insurance companies and ensure that you collect every penny that you deserve from the people who harmed you.
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