When you need a Charleston personal injury lawyer, we will come to you

You shouldn’t pay for someone else’s mistakes and you shouldn’t have to fight insurance companies. If you’ve been injured, we will fight for the money you deserve.

Welcome to The Joel Bieber Law Firm - Charleston

The world has changed and people no longer accept responsibility for their actions that cause personal injury to others. If you feel like you have a  Greenville personal injury claim, the insurance companies and corporations have the resources and lawyers to make your life difficult, even when the fault falls on their client. Let our team of experienced Greenville personal injury lawyers help you!

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Personal Injury Lawyer in Charleston, SC

When you need someone in your corner to help you hold another party accountable for your injuries, call the Joel Bieber Firm.

With decades of experience fighting for unfairly injured clients, we’ve built a reputation as a firm that doesn’t back down. We may be able to help you get justice if you or a loved one is facing the consequences of an injury caused by another.

Our experienced Greenville personal injury lawyers are ready to review your case. Call today to schedule a free consultation.

Charleston, SC, Personal Injury Lawyer

Charleston injury victims may have the right to compensation for their losses. At The Joel Bieber Firm, we have recovered valuable monetary resources for injury victims harmed by others.
If you need representation or have any questions about holding others accountable for their actions, call our Charleston personal injury lawyer for a complimentary consultation.

Damages and Compensation

Your damages are the losses that you have sustained as a result of your injury. South Carolina law allows you to seek compensation for a whole host of damages, both economic and non-economic. 

Economic damages include monetary losses, such as:

  • Medical expenses
  • Income loss
  • Home care expenses 
  • Property damage
  • End-of-life-care expenses
  • Funeral and burial costs

If you have already suffered a loss and have incurred expenses, keep track of the time you have missed work and gather all of your receipts and account balances. They will be instrumental in proving your losses. 

As far as non-economic damages are concerned, there are no receipts or balances. However, you can still recover valuable compensation for these losses.

Non-economic damages might include:

  • Pain
  • Suffering
  • Inconvenience
  • Physical impairment
  • Mental anguish
  • Emotional distress
  • Loss of society and companionship
  • Loss of consortium

Instead of a set formula to calculate these damages, parties to the litigation use various factors to arrive at an acceptable compensation value, including the type and seriousness of the injury, its permanence, the strength of the evidence, and other relevant facts from the case. 

Types of Personal Injury Cases

It is practically impossible to count all of the different ways people are injured by others. With that being said, many personal injury cases fall into one of the following categories.

Traffic Accidents

According to the South Carolina Traffic Collision 2020 Edition Fact Book, a traffic collision resulting in injury occurred every 16 minutes in South Carolina, and a fatal collision every 9.1 hours. Many of these crashes are due to negligence, and many of them are caused by recklessness. 

Examples of negligent and reckless driving include:

  • Driving under the influence 
  • Driving distracted
  • Excessive speeding
  • Failure to yield, signal, or stop
  • Following too closely

For motorcycle riders, bicyclists, and pedestrians, the risk of serious injury and death on the road is higher than those riding in cars and trucks. 

Slip, Trip, and Fall Accidents

You can hold a property owner or tenant liable when they fail to keep their premises reasonably safe. Conditions such as slippery aisles, broken deck planks, poorly lit walkways and areas, and cluttered pathways are all dangerous conditions that may lead to injuries. 

Third-Party Worksite Accidents

Workers’ injuries are settled using the workers’ compensation system. However, some injury victims may file lawsuits against third parties for negligent, reckless, or intentional harm. 

For example, a construction worker can sue a negligent motorist who injures them in addition to seeking workers’ compensation coverage.

Other common types of personal injury cases include medical malpractice and intentional torts. Doctors, nurses, technicians, and institutions can be held liable for negligence, as can those who assault or abuse another person.

Frequently Asked Questions

In South Carolina, there is a time limit of three years for the filing of personal injury lawsuits. This means that injury victims need to act quickly to safeguard their right to compensation. Sadly, valid injury claims regularly become invalid because some victims wait too long to pursue compensation. 

If you or a loved one has been injured by someone else, contact our Charleston personal injury lawyer today for a free consultation.

We handle the entire claims process for you, from gathering evidence to support your case to representing you during settlement negotiations. The more involved we are in your claim, the more likely you are to receive a higher payout. 

Although we can never guarantee results, we can always guarantee our commitment to getting you the maximum compensation available for your losses.

There are no upfront costs to begin your claim. At the end of your case, your attorney’s fees will come out of the settlement or verdict you receive. 

This type of arrangement is known as a contingency fee arrangement. It gives clients financial breathing room by allowing them to pay later for attorney’s fees as well as the costs associated with their claims.

No. You should allow a seasoned Charleston personal injury lawyer to negotiate on your behalf. Although no results can be guaranteed, the numbers are clear that you are likely to get over four times the amount of compensation with an attorney than without one.

Although it is impossible to say without reviewing your case, it is unlikely that your case will have to go to trial. Almost all personal injury cases are resolved during the settlement process.

It depends on your damages. The more extensive your damage, the more compensation you are likely to get. Also factoring into the value of your case is whether you have a skilled Charleston personal injury lawyer representing you. 

After an initial complimentary consultation with our firm, we will be in a better position to discuss the value of your claim.

Don’t let your claim go stale. Take quick action to pursue the compensation that will provide you with much-needed relief for your losses. At The Joel Bieber Firm, we fight to make sure our clients receive a just payout worthy of their injuries and pain. 

Call our office today for a free consultation to explore your options.

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Greenville Office

15 S. Main Street, Suite 600 
Greenville, SC 29601
Phone: 864-740-1155

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