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Do I have grounds for a personal injury claim in South Carolina if my car suffered extensive damage but I wasn't injured beyond a few aches and pains that went away after a few days?

If your car suffered extensive damage but you weren't injured beyond a few aches and pains that went away after a few days, you won't have grounds for a personal injury claim in South Carolina.

A personal injury claim is reserved for those types of instances when an individual sustains serious bodily injuries that require medical intervention.
A South Carolina personal injury claim is designed to help the injured person be compensated for medical expenses as they relate to care and treatment of  injuries.

When it comes to property damage, this is generally something that can be easily settled on your own with the insurance company. The only time it gets really complicated and requires the help of an attorney is when there are injuries involved.

Of course you should be wary of any attorney who is willing to take on a case where you have suffered just property damage. An ethical attorney won't accept such a case.

However, if you have been injured as a result of someone else's negligence and you are facing expensive medical care and treatment, you may have grounds for a personal injury claim in South Carolina.

A Charleston car accident lawyer can examine the facts in your case, along with the severity of your injuries to determine if you should proceed with filing a South Carolina personal injury claim. A Charleston car accident lawyer will also help you collect the necessary evidence that will help to build a solid case.

Seeking the Help of a Charleston Car Accident Lawyer

The South Carolina personal injury attorney team at the Shelly Leeke Law Firm is available to help accident victims cope with the legal implications of a serious injury. Our firm's focus on personal injury cases includes injury from auto accidents such as 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 free copy of our South Carolina injury book. When you're ready to get started on settling your accident claim, contact a Charleston car accident lawyer for a free information packet and consultation, 1-888-690-0211.

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