Post Type FAQ's: Personal Injury
Yes! The insurance company has one goal in mind when it comes to your case, and that is to pay you the least amount of money possible on your claim. Dealing with insurance adjusters and attorneys by yourself can be frustrating and you never want to accept anything less than what you are entitled. By […]
Yes. Generally speaking, under South Carolina law the collateral source rule provides that the wrongdoer is still required compensate the injured party to the full extent despite any compensation received by an injured party from an independent source.
Every personal injury case is different, and all the facts surrounding your injuries will play a role in determining the value of the case. However, at Bailey Law Firm, Attorney Tyler D. Bailey primarily looks to the following factors to estimate the value of your case: Damages: What harm was suffered by the injured party? […]
It is nearly impossible for a personal injury attorney to tell you the value of your case without conducting a thorough investigation of factors surrounding your case and reviewing your medical records. An attorney can only give you a general idea of the value of your case based on similar cases handled in the past […]
Firstly, whether you were at fault or not, you should immediately call the police and file a police report. Additionally, it is beneficial to personally obtain the contact information (name, address and telephone number) of everyone involved and any potential witnesses that observed the motor vehicle collisions and the conditions of the road way that […]
At Bailey Law Firm, Attorney Tyler D. Bailey’s personal injury practice encompasses Motor Vehicle Collisions, Slip and Fall, Animal Attacks, Wrongful Death and Catastrophic Injury, Commercial Trucking Accidents, Negligent Security and Nursing Home Malpractice.