Why choose personal injury Attorney Shelly Leeke Law Firm?
Whether your injury was caused by a motor vehicle accident or a dog bite attack, accident victims often have one thing in common: they are not sure what to do next. The time period immediately following an accident or diagnosis often leaves victims feeling frightened, confused and overwhelmed. Fortunately, you do not have to navigate this difficult time period alone. The experienced attorneys at Shelly Leeke Law Firm are here to answer your questions and protect your legal rights in the compassionate and dedicated manner that you deserve. Call us today and learn how we can help you.
For more than a decade, the attorneys at the Shelly Leeke Law Firm have provided injury victims with the support and guidance that is so crucial to their financial and emotional well-being.
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Our Practice Areas
When you are involved in a motor vehicle accident, you may not know how best to protect yourself.
Children & Minors face a heightened risk of becoming injured in accidents.
A wrongful death claim in South Carolina allows the family to receive financial compensation for their loss.
Consult with a workers’ compensation attorney to maximize the compensation that you deserve.
Victims who have been exposed to asbestos may be entitled to compensation for their medical bills and lost wages.
Fortunately for victims and their families, dog owners can be liable if their dog attacks or bites someone.
If a loved one is abused or neglected in a nursing home setting, the results can be traumatic for everyone involved.
Claimants who use a lawyer are more likely to win their claims than those who do not.
Why Choose Shelly
Finding the right law firm to represent you after an accident or injury requires not just a track record for success, but also a personal rapport so that you feel comfortable throughout this process. Our knowledgeable and dedicated team members provide detailed biographies to help you learn more about their backgrounds. We also hope that you will learn more about our overall approach to practicing law.ABOUT SHELLY LEEKE
What Our Clients Are Saying
Don’t just take our word for it—hear what actual Shelly Leeke Law Firm clients have to say about our services.
I am very satisfied with Shelly Leeke Law Firm. The staff is very professional and nice.
Thank you for your help in this matter.
- D. Lombardo , Motor Vehicle Accident Client
I am completely satisfied with my settlement. I didn’t think you would be able to get anything more out of the liability carrier. While no insurance company has stellar reputations, theirs is particularly bad – probably the worst I’ve seen reviewing the Internet. That says a lot about your negotiating skills.
Thank you for your efforts on my behalf.
- R. Lang , Motor Vehicle Accident Client
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Frequently Asked Questions
After an accident occurs or an injury is suffered, you may feel lost and confused. Few people who have suffered an accident or incurred an injury have an extensive background in this area. Without this knowledge, they are left wondering how best to proceed in order to protect their legal rights. Fortunately, we are here to provide you with the answers that you are looking for. Check out our many frequently asked questions and their accompanying answers for more information.
How long after the death of a loved one, must a wrongful death claim be filed?
In South Carolina, the family has three years from the death of the deceased to file a wrongful death lawsuit. This time is known as the Statute of Limitations.
Who is considered an employee?
Under the Worker’s Compensation Act, an employee is any person who is under employment, contract for hire, or an apprenticeship, whether express or implied. This also includes foreign workers and minors who are lawfully or unlawfully employed as well as both full-time and part-time employees.
Subcontractors may also be covered under workers’ compensation. If a subcontractor does not carry workers’ compensation insurance, the owner or developer above them in the chain of employment may be held liable for workers’ compensation to the injured employee, as if they were the direct employer.
Will I be reimbursed for the prescription medications I paid for medications I was prescribed for my injuries?
Yes, You are entitled to reimbursement for the amount you paid for prescription medications, as long as they were prescribed by your doctor as a result of the injuries you suffered in the accident.The amount you paid will be included in the total settlement you receive. It is important that you keep receipts for all of your out of pocket expenses and give them to your attorney so that he/she may include this amount when negotiating your settlement.
Will you still take my case even though I do not live close to your office?
Shelly Leeke represents accident victims throughout South Carolina. If we accept your case, we will make sure your case is handled efficiently and that your rights are protected, no matter where you live.