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Deciding Whether You Have Grounds for a South Carolina Injury Claim

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Not every accident in South Carolina will result in grounds for a personal injury claim. Likewise, not every personal injury claim in South Carolina will require the help of an attorney.

Some cases can be easily settled without legal counsel and a good lawyer will be the first one to tell you so. Unless you are well-acquainted with South Carolina personal injury law, seeking the guidance of a Charleston personal injury lawyer after an injury accident may be an important step in protecting your rights. An attorney can help you determine whether you have a case and whether that case necessitates legal counsel.

There are situations where an attorney will not be necessary for your South Carolina personal injury claim. If you are involved in a case where the injury is very small or there was very little property damage, you likely won't need an attorney. 

If your injuries were severe or there was a large amount of property damage, then a Charleston personal injury lawyer may be necessary. 

At the same time, don't be too quick to dismiss what might appear to be a minor injury. Sometimes, injuries are slow to manifest and can have long-term consequences.

This is why at the very least you should speak with a Charleston personal injury lawyer before deciding to settle on your own. Keep in mind that individuals who seek legal counsel generally receive a larger settlement than if they had worked on their own.  

To learn more about the necessary components of a South Carolina personal injury claim, please visit our article library. 

The Help of a Charleston Personal Injury Attorney

South Carolina residents can take comfort knowing that the attorneys at the Shelly Leeke Law Firm are available to help guide their personal injury claims. Our firm's focus on personal injury cases includes injury from auto accidents including pedestrian and bicycle injuries, work-related injuries and Workers' Compensation claims, and injuries resulting from dangerous prescription drugs.

Before you file a South Carolina personal injury claim, request a copy of our free consumer guide, The South Carolina Accident Book for Personal Injury Victims. When you're ready to get started on settling your accident claim, contact a Charleston personal injury attorney for a free information packet and consultation, 1-888-690-0211

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