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Lexington Personal Injury Lawyer

 If you’re injured by another’s error or recklessness, you need an advocate on your side who cares about the wrong you’ve suffered and the fact that you are now coping with serious economic and noneconomic losses. At the offices of The Stanley Law Group, our Lexington personal injury lawyers are here to fight for you. With experience behind our name and a reputation of excellence, we are prepared to build your personal injury claim and work hard to get you your maximum award.

Our Personal Injury Practice Areas

If you’ve been injured and you think that your injuries would not have occurred but for the negligence of another party, you may have a personal injury case. Our lawyers are well-versed in all aspects of personal injury law, and have experience handling the following personal injury case types:

Whether you’re an injury victim yourself or want to learn more on the behalf of a loved one who was seriously injured or killed in an accident, please feel free to reach out to us today for a free consultation.

Your Rights After a Personal Injury

If you can prove that your injuries would not have been incurred but for the negligence of another party, you can seek compensation for the full value of damages that you have suffered. Our lawyers will represent you in seeking compensation for:

  • Medical expenses;
  • Lost wages;
  • Pain;
  • Suffering;
  • Property damage expenses; and
  • All other economic and noneconomic damages.

Personal Injury Statute of Limitations in South Carolina

In South Carolina, a personal injury claim must be commenced within three years from the date that the injury occurred. If you wait more than three years to file your claim, you can be permanently barred from recovery. Note that if your claim is being filed against a government entity, the statute of limitations is shortened and you have even less time to act.

Steps to Take Now

You can take steps right now to preserve your right to a personal injury claim. If you have not already done so, be sure to:

  • File a police report related to the accident or another formal report and request a copy of the report;
  • Seek medical care;
  • Follow your doctor’s orders;
  • Keep thorough documentation of your injuries, your treatment, and your healing progress;
  • Gather any evidence related to the accident that you can, including photos of the accident scene, names of any eyewitnesses, and more; and
  • Call a lawyer as soon as possible – remember, evidence doesn’t last forever, and the clock on the statute of limitations is ticking.

Reach Our Lexington Personal Injury Lawyers Today

If you’re ready to bring forth a personal injury claim, you can get started by calling our Lexington personal injury lawyers for a free consultation. We work on a contingency fee basis.

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