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Common Injuries in a South Carolina Pedestrian Accident

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There is no question that injuries from a pedestrian accident in South Carolina can be life altering. While some injuries are minor, in many cases, especially accidents that involve getting struck by a car, injuries can be very serious or even fatal. Severe injuries can result in months of healing and rehabilitation.

Seeking immediate medical attention is the first step after a South Carolina pedestrian accident. As soon as you are able, the next step should be to seek legal counsel. A Charleston personal injury lawyer can help you gather evidence and file your South Carolina personal injury claim.

Common Injuries in a South Carolina Pedestrian Accident

Some of the more common injuries that may result from a pedestrian accident in South Carolina include:

  • broken bones;
  • nerve damage;
  • spinal injuries;
  • paralysis;
  • head trauma;
  • brain damage; and
  • limb amputation.  

Any of those serious injuries can lead to permanent disability, scarring or disfigurement.

While there are different types of accidents that can happen, some of the more common types of pedestrian accidents such as slip and falls and impact with a motor vehicle can lead to devastating consequences. Contact a Charleston personal injury attorney immediately to determine whether you have a valid South Carolina personal injury claim. 

Contacting a Charleston Personal Injury Attorney Today

Before you file a South Carolina personal injury claim, request a copy of our complimentary consumer guide, The South Carolina Accident Book for Personal Injury Victims. When you're ready to get started on settling your pedestrian accident claim, contact a Charleston personal injury attorney for a complimentary information packet and consultation - 888-690-0211.

Shelly Leeke
South Carolina Injury Lawyer
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