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Have You Been Injured in an Auto Accident in Columbia?

To Win an Auto Accident Case, You Must Prove Negligence by the Other Driver

If you are injured by another driver, then you have the right to seek compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other related expenses.  But to do this, you and your attorney must be able to prove that the other driver was negligent and caused the accident resulting in your injuries.  This is a multi-step process that can take quite a long time to resolve, but in cases where negligence on the part of the other driver is clear, it may be possible to negotiate a settlement so that you can focus on healing and returning to a more normal life as quickly as possible.The vast majority of auto accident cases never reach trial and are settled through the settlement process.  For this reason, you not only need an aggressive attorney to protect your rights, you need an attorney who also is a highly-rated negotiator who can ascertain if a settlement amount is right for your circumstances.  While a settlement is preferable most of the time, your attorney should also be ready and willing to take a case all the way to a trial if warranted.

Get Experienced Legal Help for Your Auto Accident Case

The Stanley Law Group has recovered millions of dollars in claims for auto accident victims and serves clients in Columbia, Orangeburg, and other nearby South Carolina communities.  With more than 60 years of combined legal experience, our firm can assist you with personal injury, probate law and estate administration.  For a free consultation to explore your legal issues, send us an email or call us at (803) 799-4700.

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