Our South Carolina personal injury attorneys at Joye Law Firm understand the stress and suffering a severe personal injury can cause. We have nearly 250 years of combined experience helping victims of life-altering accidents in South Carolina.
We know that physical pain is just one of the outcomes of a serious accident. We are committed to obtaining compensation to help you cope with the financial and emotional consequences as well, both in the present and in the unpredictable future.
Even the most cautious person can fall victim to an accident that comes without warning. One moment you’re fine and going about your daily routine. In an instant, someone else’s carelessness or negligence changes everything forever.
You’re in pain and concerned about your family and job. You may even be clinging to life. What’s going to happen? How will you pay for your medical treatment and what if you can never function independently again?
Injuries Can Occur in Numerous Different Ways
At Joye Law Firm, we handle a wide variety of personal injury cases. Our firm is fully dedicated to helping South Carolina injury victims obtain the fair accident compensation that they rightfully deserve. A sample of the different types of claims that our team has extensive experience handling includes:
- Car accidents;
- Truck accidents;
- Motorcycle accidents:
- Pedestrian accidents;
- Medical malpractice;
- Nursing home abuse;
- Workplace injuries;
- Defective drug cases;
Our personal injury attorneys frequently handle cases involving devastating conditions like broken bones, traumatic brain injury (TBI), spinal cord injuries, paralysis, burns, birth injuries, medical complications, back injuries, and more.
At Joye Law Firm, we understand that these types of injuries can cause lifelong disabilities and hardship for victims and their families. It is important to contact a personal injury attorney as soon as possible following your accident.
You Can Hold Negligent Parties Liable
Some accidents are unavoidable. But when negligence and recklessness play a role in a preventable accident that causes personal injuries, the responsible party can be held liable under South Carolina personal injury or wrongful death laws.
Negligence is the failure to take appropriate care when performing an action.
In order to prove negligence, and thus hold another party liable, you will need to prove the following:
- The defendant had a duty to look out for your safety in a given situation.
- The defendant breached that duty.
- There was causation between the defendant’s breach and your injuries.
- You suffered actual damages.