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Personal Injury

Personal Injury

South Carolina Personal Injury
We handle a variety of personal injury cases in South Carolina, including construction job injuries and other work injuries requiring Worker’s Compensation benefits, auto and other accidents, dog bites or other animal attacks, nursing home injuries, wrongful death, defective products, slip and fall accidents, and more.

Even a minor accident can lead to severe or permanent injuries or death. When an injury results from someone’s negligence or wrongdoing, you may be entitled to winning damages for medical bills, emotional distress, pain and suffering, loss of income and/or lost earning ability, loss of companionship, and property damage.

South Carolina Personal Injury Lawyer
Whether it’s a car accident from a distracted driver or most any other personal injury case in the Spartanburg, Greenville, and Anderson areas, we understand what it takes to protect the rights of victims and their families. Through our experience in personal injury representation, we can help you exercise your rights and earn the maximum amount of benefits allowed. We will handle insurance claims and litigation, letting you focus on what really matters for your well-being and your family’s.

Free South Carolina Personal Injury Case Consultation
Victoria Law Firm can help you protect your rights as a personal injury victim. Call us today for a free consultation with our Personal Injury attorney so we can begin to guide you through the process of navigating a personal injury lawsuit.

What You Should Know About South Carolina’s Personal Injury Laws
The actions you take immediately after an injury will either help or hurt your ability to secure financial compensation in the future. For instance, failing to report an on-the-job injury can make you ineligible for Worker’s Compensation. Also, signing statements with an insurance company too early will limit your ability to receive payment for medical bills if a minor injury grows into a bigger health problem or major disability. Consult with us early and first before you accidentally reduce your rights.