Suffering an injury at the hands of a healthcare provider is an incredibly traumatic experience. Our South Carolina medical malpractice attorneys understand what you’re going through. We can review your case in a free consultation, help you determine the most strategic way to proceed, and aggressively fight for the compensation you need to move on with life.
We have more than 50 years of collective experience in legal practice and a track record of success in tort cases of varying complexity. Call 864-585-3873 to speak with a member of our team.
Regardless of how major or minor your injuries might seem, you should contact a medical malpractice lawyer right away. Acting promptly will allow your attorney to gather time-sensitive evidence. Your lawyer can also help you avoid costly mistakes that could impact your case down the road.
Here are just a few reasons why time is of the essence after suffering an injury at the hands of a healthcare provider:
For many people, keeping a journal of their daily experiences can be a therapeutic activity. For medical malpractice victims, this can be especially true, as they are able to reflect on the incident and work through the issues they are dealing with. Regarding your claim, a personal injury journal can serve as evidence of how the injuries are impacting your quality of life.
In this journal, be sure to record the following:
For a free, confidential consultation with an attorney at Hodge & Langley Law Firm, call 864-585-3873. We accept these cases on a contingency fee basis, so no attorneys’ fees will be owed unless we prevail.
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