Car accidents happen. A driver makes a mistake and hits another person’s vehicle, the police are called, medical care is administered if necessary, and insurance information is exchanged. While unfortunate and inconvenient, most times car accidents follow a predictable procedure, and the insurance company of the at fault party will cover the damage. But what…

If you have been injured in a car accident, then it is likely you have received documents from an insurance company, such as an “authorization” or a “release.” Keep in mind that the document forms used by insurance companies are the product of countless insurance defense lawyers writing and rewriting documents to better benefit their…

As personal injury attorneys in Charleston, South Carolina, we order medical records and medical bills in just about every automobile accident or injury case we have. In this article, we explain the laws on medical records in South Carolina including how to get your medical records, how much to expect your medical records to cost,…

Imagine on the eve of trial, after years of litigation, countless hours of work and tens of thousands of dollars in expenses, you’ve finally settled your case at mediation. The Defendants have agreed to pay a sum that your client begrudgingly accepts because – well, its money and it’s just enough. It is agreed that…

Your objective in filing a claim and negotiating with an insurance company should be to get the highest settlement offer that the insurance company is willing to make without having to resort to filing a lawsuit. The claims process begins when you report your injury to the insurance company and file a claim. If you…