If you’ve been injured in the state of South Carolina, you may have considered filing a personal injury claim. Filing a personal injury claim may be able to help you pay your bills and hold the people who are responsible for your accident accountable.
What are the different types of personal injury you could file for in South Carolina?
The following options cover a broad range of instances that might apply to your case.
Auto accidents are some of the most common personal injury claims filed in the state of South Carolina. These accidents encompass motorcycle, car, truck, and bus accidents. Even if you were a bicyclist or a pedestrian who got hurt by a driver, this may still count as an auto accident.
Often, people who have sustained minor or serious injuries as the result of an auto accident are unable to work and have no way to pay their bills, including their hospital and treatment fees. Fortunately, filing a personal injury claim with the right attorney may be able to help.
Premises Liability Injuries
Premises liability injuries include any injury that was sustained while you were on another person’s property, be it residential or commercial. These accidents most commonly involve instances in which the owner of the property was negligent.
For example, if you were leaving work or your apartment one evening and you slipped and fell on some ice, your injury could have been the result of the property owner failing to take measures to remove the ice to protect the health and safety of the residents.
Premises liability may also include unsupervised or improperly fenced-in pool areas, wet floors, and damaged walkways. All of these can pose hazards to your health and the property owner should be held accountable.
Negligence in SC
Negligence is another common type of personal injury claim filed in South Carolina. Negligence could include a broad range of instances. You may have been bitten or attacked by a dog that the owner failed to keep in their yard. You may have been the victim of an accident at work that was the result of failed maintenance on the property manager’s behalf.
Negligence could even include a careless driver, wrongful death, or a caregiver who mistreats a family member. If you’re not sure whether or not your personal injury case could be considered negligence, an experienced personal injury lawyer can help.
Working with a compassionate, skilled personal injury attorney can help you win your case and get the compensation you need to help you move past this difficult time in your life. If you’ve been injured and want justice, schedule a consultation with us at Harden Law. We only take on your case if we’re confident we can help you!