Lexington Car Accident Attorney

Hundreds of people die in car accidents each year on South Carolina roads. Thousands more are injured, many of those in the Lexington County area. If you’ve been injured in a vehicle accident, you should consider consulting a Lexington car accident attorney in Lexington SC. An experienced attorney can help you reach a fair settlement for your injuries.

Why You Need an Experienced Car Attorney

Once you’ve been in a car accident, an insurance company is likely to contact you within days after your accident. While this may sound promising, the truth is that it’s the insurance company’s goal to settle for as little as possible.

It’s important to note that the full extent of your injuries may not be completely known immediately after your car accident. Some injuries take a while to become fully apparent. Whether your injuries are immediately realized or affect you later on, you might face huge medical bills as well as pain and suffering.

Our Grand Strand Law Group won’t undervalue your claim as an insurance company will. We take many factors into consideration, including the extent of your injuries and resulting medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, and more.

The difference between you settling on what an insurance company will offer you and what we can get for you can amount to tens of thousands of dollars.

Chances are that our Lexington attorney can settle for you out of court, while reaching a maximum settlement for you. We’re tough negotiators. We won’t settle for any less than you deserve.

Will an Attorney Cost More Money?

We work on a contingency basis. What this means is that if we don’t reach a financial settlement for you, we don’t make anything. We work hard and fight to get you the settlement you deserve. Once a settlement is reached, we’re paid from part of your settlement.

Contact us at our Lexington SC office today to learn more. Our experienced attorneys can offer you a free evaluation of your car accident to help you determine if you have a case. Of course, there is no obligation to you.