If you or someone you know has suffered a catastrophic injury in a car accident, workplace accident or any other incident that occurred due to someone else's negligence, you already realize how drastically your life has been turned upside down almost instantly.
These injuries can include:
- Loss of sight
- Loss of hearing
- Loss of limbs
- Respiratory system dysfunction
- Digestive system dysfunction
- Brain injuries
You undoubtedly face significant medical bills from the initial treatment of your injuries. Catastrophic injuries frequently require continual treatment from physical therapists, neurologists and other medical specialists. There will likely be significant medical bills for years to come or even for the rest of your life. Plus, if you are able to return to work at all, it may not be until after an extended period of recuperation.
Of course, the financial challenges are only part of what you are dealing with. The lawyers at Finger & Fraser, P.A., on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, can take the lead in your financial recovery by aggressively pursuing full compensation for your losses. This allows you to focus on your physical recuperation.
These are complicated cases. Our attorneys are experienced in reviewing the facts of each case to ensure that we include all responsible parties in the lawsuit and to make sure we pursue the full amount available from all insurance policies. Unlike other firms, we are not in a rush to settle. If we believe going to trial is in your best interest to gain the full amount you deserve, we stand ready to do so. We have a successful track record of assisting our clients in achieving maximum recovery.
You Can Rely On This Beaufort County Slip-And-Fall Attorney From Start To Finish
If you have questions for a Hilton Head serious injury lawyer, call 843-681-7000 or email us to schedule a free initial consultation. Our personal injury cases are taken on a contingency basis. That means you do not pay for our services unless we obtain a favorable settlement or resolution for you, either through negotiation or in court.