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.
If your case looks to be a meritorious one, experts in the appropriate medical field of specialty must be consulted and ultimately retained in the case. A medical malpractice case cannot be won without a medical expert. A good expert who is willing to testify can be hard to find, but it is an essential aspect of proving a medical malpractice case. Often times, because local doctors can be reluctant to testify against doctors in their own state, with whom they may have a pro-fessional relationship, experts may be contacted that are located out of state. Most experienced medical malpractice lawyers will know how to locate and contact the right expert for your case. The expert will review the medical records and determine whether, in his medical opinion, a standard of care was violated.
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.
If you have a SC workers' compensation attorney, they will most likely require you to log the time and expenses so that you will be accurately compensation through your workers' compensation claim. To set up a free consultationt to discuss your South Carolina workers' compensation case with Attorney Shelly Leeke, call 1-888-690-0211 today!
2) Fractured or broken bones;
3) Head trauma or traumatic brain injury;
4) Internal organ injuries;
6) Mental trauma;
7) And possibly death.
The severity of the injuries is a direct result of the severity of the accident. While buses are generally safe for children, accidents and injuries do still happen.
The details of your specific case are what really determine whether or not your injury would be covered under workers' compensation. That is why it is best to consult with an experienced workers' compensation attorney who will be able to determine whether or not you should pursue a workers' compensation claim. To set up a FREE consultation with Shelly Leeke Law Firm, call us today at 843-277-6061!