The proof is in the results. Below are just a few of the results we have achieved on behalf of clients just like you.
FCI Estill in SC
Our client was an inmate in need of an immediate referral to an eye specialist. He received the referral over 4 months late, and as a result, permanently lost vision in his left eye.
Plaintiff was t-boned while turning left on a green arrow. The pre-suit offer was $0.00. Three months after filing suit, the offer was $35,000. After litigating the case for another year, we settled for $125,000.
Spartanburg County, SC
A woman was injured at a grocery store due a malfunctioning condition on the premises.
A couple was injured while driving in Spartanburg, SC. The responding officer did not place anyone at fault for the wreck. Another law firm turned down the case because of the officer's report.
Our client crashed into the Defendant after she attempted to turn left in front of him. Our client suffered broken bones in his foot that were treated non surgically, and he incurred approximately $5,700 in medical bills. The bodily injury policy limits were $50,000.00.
Boiling Springs, SC
Plaintiff was bitten by another's dog on the ankle, causing scarring and infection.
Plaintiff alleges that a local school district blocked his personal Facebook account from being able to make public comment on or send messages to his child’s Elementary School’s Facebook page.
A mother of two was t-boned while turning left onto Woodruff Road in Greenville. The airbags deployed, hitting her in the head. The client made a favorable recovery and incurred around $9,000 in medical bills. The insurance carrier of the at-fault driver paid the $25,000 policy limits, and the rest was paid by the client's UIM carrier.
Plaintiff was rear-ended and underwent injections for back pain. The insurance company claimed Plaintiff's injuries were from a previous car wreck, and only offered $5,000 pre-suit. The bodily injury policy limits were $25,000.
Plaintiff was rear-ended at a stoplight. She went to urgent care and underwent chiropractic treatment, incurring approximately $6,000.00 in medical bills. The policy limits were $25,000, and the first offer was $3,500.
Plaintiffs allege a young boy was inappropriately touched on several occasions by a classmate. Plaintiffs further allege that the school was on notice of the classmate’s behavior but chose not to take action to protect the young boy.
*The results achieved on behalf of one client are specific to the facts of that client’s case and do not necessarily indicate similar results can be obtained for other clients. Every case is different and favorable results cannot be guaranteed.*