Personal Injury Attorney – Myrtle Beach, SC
For when you’ve been seriously injured in an accident.
You’ve been seriously injured, you feel lost, medical bills are piling up and you’re unsure of what to do next. But, you know you need help getting back on your feet.
If you are reading this page, chances are you or someone you know has suffered a serious injury due to the negligence of another.
You see, victims of personal injury cases often find themselves left in a situation that feels hopeless. From being overwhelmed with medical bills to dealing with physical or emotional injury, the strain is usually more than they can bear.
See What Your Case is Worth.
It can feel very unfair that you are dealing with a financial crisis especially when the accident wasn’t even your fault!
What’s more, the insurance company often times works against you every step of the way in an effort to avoid compensating you for your pain, suffering and financial losses.
Do I Need a Personal Injury Attorney?
Absolutely, and here’s why. While you aren’t required to have an attorney, it is advisable for a number of reasons.
- You are much more likely to win your case and receive appropriate compensation with an experienced personal injury attorney representing your best interest.
- Personal Injury law is complex and research-intensive. You need a personal injury lawyer that regularly handles these types of cases, knows the process, and how to work towards your goals.
- Putting forward a good case is time consuming. Drafting court documents, dealing with insurance companies, settlement negotiations, and preparing for trial can all be frustrating and take up a lot of your time. An attorney who handles personal injury cases can take on that burden for you so you can focus your attention on your family. Not to mention, it allows you to detach mentally and emotionally which will bring you peace of mind.
We Can Help You.
The lawyers at Coastal Law routinely handle personal injury cases in the Horry County, Conway, and Myrtle Beach areas of South Carolina.
Personal injury cases that we handle include:
- Car Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Boating Accidents
- Slip and Fall
If you need legal help with a type of case that isn’t listed above, don’t worry! Give us a call and we can discuss your situation.
If we cannot help you with a specific area of personal injury law, we will assist you in referring you to an personal injury attorney who handles cases like yours.
Before You Settle With Insurance
How We Can Help
Let’s face it, you deserve to be made whole again.
That includes financial compensation to cover medical bills, pain and suffering, and more.
Specifically, we will:
- Walk you through the process and determine what your specific goals are so we can work towards achieving them.
- Investigate your accident to gather evidence of liability and damages.
- Help you to retain the right experts for your case when needed.
- Draft court documents and handle communication with the opposing party.
- Deal with the insurance company and request the type of information that allows us to make decisions that will be in your best interest.
- Try your case to a jury verdict when the insurance company does not pay.
How Do Personal Injury Cases Work?
Whether you were hurt in an accident at work, injured in a car accident, or were the victim of a slip and fall accident, you need to know what to expect.
While each case is different, there is a pattern that most personal injury cases follow:
- Injury — You suffer some type of injury that was caused by someone else as a result of their negligence, intentional action, or carelessness.
- Representation — Search for an experienced South Carolina personal injury attorney you can trust.
- Demand/Complaint — Depending on the type of case, your attorney will send a demand letter or file a complaint in court.
- Discovery — Each party will request relevant evidence about the case, like witness statements and accident reports.
- Settlements — Negotiations may occur at any stage of the process, but most likely begin after discovery.
- Trial — Your case will go to trial if you haven’t reached an agreement.
- Appeals — At the end of trial, the losing party may file an appeal.
To find out more about the Personal Injury court process, click here.
When Should You Contact a Personal Injury Attorney?
Often times victims who’ve been personally injured wait too long to contact an injury attorney.
Don’t let that happen to you.
Time is of the essence… here’s why:
In South Carolina you have three years from the date of injury to file a personal injury claim. While this sounds like plenty of time, there is a lot of work that goes into this type of case, such as preparing court filings, interviewing witnesses, tracking down health insurance documents, and much more.
Your personal injury attorney needs to immediately begin investigating your case – the evidence that you need to make your claim, including witness statements and physical evidence from the scene, will be more difficult to collect as time goes by.
We frequently represent clients who’ve been personally injured by another in the Horry County, Conway, and Myrtle Beach, SC areas.
We understand that Personal Injury Laws in SC can be very confusing and there’s a lot of uncertainty.
However, we’re here to help bring clarity to your legal situation and build a defense that’s in your best interest.
If you are facing a personal injury lawsuit or would like to pursue legal action in a case against someone, call Coastal Law, LLC to speak with a personal injury attorney today at (843) 488-5000 or use this form to send us an email.
1104 North Oak Street
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
1314 2nd Avenue
Conway, SC 29526
231 King Street
Charleston, SC 29401
1201 Main Street, Suite 1913
Columbia, SC 29201
** Please be aware that any result achieved on behalf of one client in one matter does not necessarily indicate similar results can be obtained for other clients.
** Clients may be responsible for costs in addition to attorney’s fees. In percentage based cases, fees are calculated prior to deducting costs.
** This website is meant to provide meaningful information, but does not create an attorney-client relationship. As each legal issue is unique, please consult with our firm prior to relying on any information found on this site.