Attorney Charles Hodge of Hodge & Langley Law Firm in Spartanburg has helped a family recover a $1.25 million settlement in a car accident wrongful death case.
Find out how personal injury attorneys calculate pain and suffering damages, and learn the basics of the "multiplier" and "per diem" methods.
Learn about the various kinds of evidence that is commonly used to prove damages in South Carolina personal injury cases.
Along with many uncertainties, the amount of time it will take to resolve your personal injury case is difficult to estimate. Every case is unique, and a wide range of factors may affect how long it takes to reach a resolution...
During your first meeting with a personal injury attorney, you should be prepared to answer all kinds of questions. After all, your lawyer will have to evaluate the facts of the case to determine the most strategic way to proceed. It’s important to remember, however...
If you were injured due to the negligence or intentional act of a government employee or agency, you may be wondering if you can pursue damages. The short answer—as it is for so many other legal inquiries—is “it depends.” Read our latest blog to learn more about the exceptions.
Insurance companies are businesses like any other in that their goal is to maximize profits. The less money an insurer has to pay out, the greater their bottom line. Although there are laws in place to prevent insurance providers from acting in bad faith, there are still some tactics within the law an insurance adjuster may try to employ to deny a claim or reduce its value.
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