If you suffered injuries in a Spartanburg County collision, you may be able to hold the at-fault motorist responsible and recover compensation. A Spartanburg car accident lawyer from Hammack Law Firm is here to help. We navigate these claims and demand an appropriate settlement for our clients.
We provide free initial case consultations to learn more about prospective clients. Our team will review your rights, options, and next steps with you today at no cost. We represent clients hurt in these crashes based on contingency, so you will not need to pay anything up front, either.
Claim Compensation Provides Money to Cover Accident-Related Costs and Losses
Our team works hard on Spartanburg car accident cases with two primary goals in mind:
- To hold the at-fault driver responsible for their negligent actions
- To recover compensation based on our client’s injuries, losses, and expenses
Part of building our case against the other motorist or liable party includes gathering proof of our client’s damages. This includes economic and non-economic damages. Common examples include:
- Medical evaluation and treatment
- Future care
- Other injury-related costs
- Lost wages
- Reduced earning capacity
- Vehicle repair or replacement
- Rental car fees
- Miscellaneous related costs
- Pain and suffering
- Other intangible losses
If your family member died from their car accident injuries, S.C. Ann. § 15-51-10 may allow you to recover additional compensation. We manage these wrongful death actions for our clients. Only the decedent’s personal representative can file, but the immediate family benefits by recovering an award that could help them cover:
- Medical bills
- Funeral and burial costs
- Loss of income and benefits
- Loss of services handled by the decedent
- Non-economic losses suffered by surviving family members, such as loss of companionship
For a free legal consultation with a car accidents lawyer serving Spartanburg, call 864-326-3333
How Hammack Law Firm Helps Spartanburg Car Accident Victims
The Hammack Law Firm has car crash attorneys practicing in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Our team understands the unique challenges victims and their families face after a collision. Victims and their families may:
- Struggle to pay medical bills
- Miss time at work because of their injuries
- Face immense challenges and lifestyle changes
South Carolina law offers important protections to collision victims. Paul Hammack of Hammack Law Firm is a Spartanburg, South Carolina, car accident lawyer. He and his team will:
- Review your case’s facts
- Help you understand and protect your rights
- Investigate your collision case
- Help you seek the compensation you are due based on the facts of your accident
Drivers have a responsibility to drive cautiously and follow the law. When they fail to do so, they can seriously endanger others on the road. We can help you file an auto liability claim, an underinsured motorist (UIM) claim, or a personal injury lawsuit if this happened to you. Hammack Law Firm offers clients the care and compassion they deserve as they navigate these challenges.
Our Client Bill of Rights offers a 30-day unconditional satisfaction guarantee with absolutely no costs and no fees. In addition to car accidents, we handle other types of traffic collision cases. This includes:
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle crashes
- Pedestrian accidents
- Bicycle collisions
- Uninsured or hit and run motorist claims
- Underinsured motorist (UIM) claims
- Drunk driving accidents
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Determining Your Spartanburg Car Accident Case’s Value
An essential part of your case will be when we determine the fair settlement range based on the damages you experienced and the strength of your evidence. We will consider various factors when estimating your claim’s value. This includes:
- The other driver’s negligence
- The kind of insurance available
- The severity of your injuries
- Other case facts
These factors will largely determine how much your claim may be worth. It can be challenging to estimate your claim’s value on your own. For instance, we often use complex formulas to assess pain and suffering damages.
Other considerations our team must think about when estimating a claim’s value include:
In South Carolina, you cannot sue if you are more to blame for an accident than the other parties involved. Any shared fault will also reduce your financial recovery.
For example, if you were 10% responsible and your damages were $100,000, you would only be able to collect $90,000. If there are allegations of shared fault in your case, we will work to minimize or eliminate their impact and build a strong case to show that you are not to blame.
Economic Costs and Losses
While it may seem straightforward to determine the value of medical expenses and lost wages, this is not always true. Some individuals only consider the medical costs they have already incurred, unaware that their injuries may require long-term treatment and care.
At the same time, negligent parties are responsible for covering your past lost wages and your future lost income. This is especially true if your injuries prevent you from returning to your previous job.
Pain and suffering damages are based on intangible losses, making them especially difficult to value. Non-economic damages may seem like the most “subjective” aspect of your personal injury claim, but these figures matter. They could easily double or even triple your claim’s value.
Individuals who suffer serious injuries in an accident may not be able to enjoy hobbies they once did. They also may not be able to participate in everyday activities with their family, and they may have to navigate a range of lifestyle changes. Pain and suffering damages compensate them for these troubles and more.
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Navigating the Process to Recover Compensation
Most car accident claims settle with an insurance agreement. However, insurance adjusters will often offer victims and their families a lower settlement than they deserve and pressure them to settle. When individuals do not understand their claim’s full value, they may forfeit important compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering damages.
When Hammack Law Firm manages your claim, we will fight for a fair and just settlement based on the value of your case. If they do not pay it, we will sue the at-fault driver and go to trial.
Generally, S.C. Ann. § 15-3-530 gives us up to three years to sue a negligent motorist in a car accident case in Spartanburg. Exceptions exist that could alter this timeline, though. Plus, we understand you need money to pay your bills and help you cover lost wages as soon as possible. We can go to work on your case when you hire us to represent you.
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Speak to the Hammack Law Firm Car Accident Team Today for Free
You can discuss your legal options with our team during a free case consultation. We will review the facts of your crash and counsel you on how to seek compensation for your damages.
Call (864) 326-3333 now to talk to a Hammack Law Firm team member in Spartanburg.