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You get my best when things seem their worst.

I spent years representing insurance companies in Columbia, South Carolina so I know how they work. I will work hard to make sure you’re properly compensated for your injuries and loss.

No matter how careful you may be, with more cars than ever on the road, there’s a greater risk for accidents. Because cars, trucks and SUVs consist of tons of metal and are made to travel at high rates of speed, they can cause serious property damage and personal injury when they’re mishandled. According to the National Safety Council, in 2016, there were 4.6 million injuries requiring medical attention and more than 40,000 deaths attributed to automobile accidents in the United States. And, in 2017 alone, more than 1,000 people died on South Carolina roads.

People involved in automobile accidents can suffer from a wide range of injuries, some of which can result in permanent disabilities and, in some cases, death. Even automobile accidents that might seem minor can cause serious pain and suffering, emotional distress, lost wages, medical expenses and property damage.

Insurance companies are a business and, as such, will do everything they can to limit how much they compensate victims. The insurance companies pay adjusters, experts and attorneys who are working for the benefit of the company. Not surprisingly, they’re more concerned with their bottom line than with your injuries.

It’s absolutely imperative that you have an attorney who will help you stand up for your rights — one who knows how insurance companies work and knows how to make sure you’re properly compensated for your injuries. It just makes sense. My experience extends beyond the inner workings insurance industry, though, as I have practiced law long enough to appreciate that each car accident is unique and, as a result, requires diligence — from beginning to end — to make sure the most accurate and compelling case is presented to the jury.

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