Serious injuries can haunt you for years after your accident. Worse, you might not have been responsible for your injuries. If this is the case, seek out a personal injury lawyer for the help you need for your recovery.

When you’ve been in an accident, it can be tough to recover. Whether you were hit by another driver, injured by faulty appliances, attacked by an animal, or something else, your suffering doesn’t stop at your injuries. Instead, you’re hurt and traumatized, making it difficult to recover from your losses.

As such, you’ll need help on your side. Someone has injured you, but you might not know how to fight back, what options are available to you, or what you’ll need to do to defend your claim. Fortunately, a Spartanburg personal injury lawyer from HawkLaw, PA can help. Reach out today for the help you need for a successful Spartanburg case.

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Common Types of Personal Injuries

Personal injury claims can be tough without help because there are so many different types of injuries. Without the right help, you might be overwhelmed and uncertain about what rules will affect your claim.

Fortunately, a Spartanburg injury lawyer from our firm can help. We’ll investigate the cause of your claim, making sure you know what you’re dealing with and who might be responsible. If you believe you’ve suffered any of the following injuries, reach out for help:

  • Motor Vehicle Accidents – Not every driver is so careful with your safety. Whether you were in a car, motorcycle, or truck accident, you’ll need compensation for your recovery. Even dealing with your insurer can be tough, so get help fighting back.  
  • Product Liability – Not all our appliances and products are as safe as we hope. Whether it’s a faulty appliance or a defective drug, seek out help when you’re injured by a product.
  • Medical Malpractice – We trust our doctors not to make mistakes, but sometimes, it happens. Worse, they might have made a mistake because they were careless. In this situation, you’ll need help filing a claim against your doctor.
  • Slip-and-Fall Accidents – Property owners are responsible for keeping their premises safe. When they don’t, you could slip, trip, or fall, leaving you with painful injuries because others were careless.
  • Wrongful Death – Sadly, you might have lost a loved one because someone else was careless. It can be tough to regain your compensation during this time, so you’ll need help getting the compensation your family needs to move on.

Finding the At-Fault Party

When you’re injured, one of your first concerns should be who’s responsible for your injuries. You’ll need compensation for your injuries, but that compensation has to come from somewhere, right? While you might know who or what caused the accident, you may need help finding the person responsible for your losses.

For example, you know that the medication you took made you even sicker than before. In this case, who’s responsible for your injuries? Often, it comes down to the doctor who prescribed the drug, the pharmacist who filled it, or the manufacturer who produced it.

Often, fault depends on how you were injured. For example, let’s say your doctor misdiagnosed you out of carelessness. In this case, they’re the responsible party. If the pharmacist wrongly filled your prescription, they’re at fault. If everyone else did their jobs properly, however, the fault might lie with the manufacturer, who perhaps didn’t safely test the drug first.

Compensation for Your Losses

Finding the person responsible for your suffering can be tough, but once you’ve done so, you’ll also need to find what that suffering is worth. That can be difficult without the tools a lawyer can offer, so be sure to seek out a personal injury lawyer in Spartanburg when you’re ready to get the compensation you need.

First, make sure that you’ll receive your economic damages. These financial losses can vary and be long-term, which can make calculating them more complex. If you’ve had to pay or will have to pay for something because of your accident, however, you may be eligible for compensation. This type of damage includes the following:

  • Current and future medical expenses
  • Lost income
  • Loss of earning capacity
  • Property damage
  • Accommodations for long-term injury recovery

You should also seek compensation for your non-economic damages, which may be more difficult. Non-economic damages cover the mental and emotional losses you’ve suffered because of your injury. These damages are often more difficult to calculate because they’re not tangible losses you can easily add up.

For example, a broken leg can be extremely painful, but what is your suffering worth? That depends on a few factors, such as how that pain affects your life. As such, you’ll need someone with the resources to calculate your damages. If you’re not sure what non-economic damages you might need to include, check out the list below for examples:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Mental anguish
  • Loss of security
  • Emotional trauma

Spartanburg Personal Injury FAQ

When you’ve been badly injured, you need to know what to expect from your claim. Unfortunately, that’s tough when you don’t have the knowledge on your side to answer your questions.

Fortunately, our lawyers want you to stay informed throughout your personal injury claim. If you still have questions, let us help. Check out our personal injury FAQ below, and give us a call about your unique questions. We’ll help you understand your claim.

Can I sue if my child was injured?

While children can be injured just as easily as others (if not more easily), as minors, they don’t have the right to sue in South Carolina. Fortunately, you’ll be able to file a claim on their behalf for their suffering. However, you’ll likely need a lawyer’s help to correctly file a personal injury claim for your child.

How much time do I have to file?

For most injury victims in South Carolina, you’ll only have three years to file. That means that if you try to file after more than three years, your claim will be dismissed. That leaves you without compensation, so fight back today for your claim.

Can I sue for punitive damages?

In most cases, you’ll be able to seek punitive damages, but it can be difficult to prove you should receive them. This type of damage requires that you prove the other party was willfully dangerous or wanton in their conduct, which means providing more evidence for your claim.  

Talk to a Personal Injury Lawyer in Spartanburg

A major injury can leave you and your family devastated. You’re ready to file your claim for the full amount you deserve, but you’re overwhelmed by everything that must be done. Unfortunately, that means many injury victims end up losing the compensation they deserve.

Fortunately, you’ll have help on your side. At HawkLaw, PA, we understand the pain and confusion that a personal injury claim brings. It can be tough to recover, which means you’ll need experience and empathy on your side. We know how much you’re suffering, so we’ll give you the support you need to fight back.

Considering filing a claim, but unsure where to begin? Reach out to us for a free consultation*. We’ll discuss your personal injury claim and make sure you know what your claim needs. That way, you know what to expect before you ever get started.

Ready to begin? Reach out to our Spartanburg personal injury lawyer.

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