Most people who suffer an injury in an accident or on the job aren't sure what steps to take next. They know they should probably report the incident and exchange information with the driver, property owner, or other responsible party, but may not know much after that. Whether you've been hurt on the job, in a car accident, or in a grocery store, it is important to know your rights and how you can protect them. It is important to locate witnesses, get medical attention as soon as possible, and avoid speaking with an insurance company before retaining a Mt. Pleasant personal injury lawyer. Never admit fault and never accept the first offer from an insurance company if you feel like they are giving an unfair offer or rushing you. When you need trusted counsel, call on Lawton Law Firm.
Lawton Law Firm is extremely selective with the cases we take on. This ensures our clients get the best representation Possible. We have more than 30 years of collective legal experience, and we have represented hundreds of clients over the years. We personally invest our time and attention into every case. Our founding attorney, Angus Lawton, is board-certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, making him uniquely qualified to provide the counsel and guidance you need following an accident.
When you retain our firm for a personal injury case, we represent you on a contingency fee basis. What exactly does that mean for you? We don't charge any attorney's fees unless we make a recovery. This allows injury victims to have confidence and peace of mind while they work with our firm.
Our firm handles many different types of cases, including workers' compensation and personal injury claims. We handle cases involving tractor-trailer accidents, trucking accidents, car accidents, sexual abuse by physicians and health practitioners, workers' compensation claims, medical malpractice, and premises liability, as well as wrongful death claims. In addition, we also represent clients in mediation, civil litigation, and contracts.
Just because you were in an accident doesn't mean that you have a legitimate personal injury claim. There are many elements of a personal injury claim that must be established, including;; (1) who was at fault; (2) what injuries resulted from the accident; (3) what types of insurance coverage are available to cover the claim; and (4) where should the claim be filed? Our personal injury lawyers can help you navigate these issues and make sure that you get the advice that you deserve.
Have you been injured or involved in other legal issues? Get trusted counsel from our Mt. Pleasant injury attorneys.