Personal Injury

Personal Injury Lawyer In Charleston, SC

Being injured in any kind of accident can throw your life off course, especially if your injuries resulted from someone else’s negligent or intentional actions. No one should have to bear the physical, financial, and emotional burdens of someone else’s carelessness and mistakes. But to recover the compensation you need to cover the injuries and other losses you suffered in an accident, you will need to deal with tons of legal paperwork, negotiations with insurers, and the entire personal injury claims process. That’s where we come in.

For more than 30 years, our Charleston personal injury lawyer at Wyndham Law Firm, Robert J. Wyndham, has been helping injured clients in the Dorchester, Berkeley, Georgetown, and Charleston counties secure the compensation they’re legally entitled to. He routinely handles personal injury cases involving:

We will work diligently to ensure that the negligent party that harmed you will be held fully liable for your damages.

How Our Charleston Personal Injury Lawyer Can Recover Compensation For You

With the experience and resources of the Charleston personal injury lawyer at Wyndham Law Firm, they will:

Charleston Personal Injury FAQs

How Long Do I Have to File a Claim in Charleston?

You will only have three years from the date of your injury to file your claim. Failing to file your claim within this time limit will bar you from seeking compensation from the liable party.

What Damages Can I Recover in a Charleston Personal Injury Claim?

You can recover economic damages, which include losses with actual dollar amounts, such as medical expenses, property damage, lost earnings, lost earning ability, and others. You can also receive non-economic damages, which include losses that don’t have actual dollar amounts, like pain and suffering, mental trauma, emotional distress, reduced quality of life, etc.

What If The At-Fault Party is Blaming Me for The Accident?

To recover compensation from the other party, your share of fault for the accident must be less than 50%, or you risk not getting anything at all.