Personal Injury Fighting for the Compensation You Deserve

Greenville Personal Injury Lawyer

Fighting for the Injured in Greenville & Spartanburg, SC

Suffering serious personal injury can cause a major disruption in your life as well as for your family. While dealing with the physical and mental effects of sustaining an injury, the legal aspects are all the more overwhelming. Often times the injury causes you to miss work, putting you and your family’s financial stability at risk. Let Christopher L. Jones, Attorney at Law help you navigate the legal issues that come with being injured because of someone’s negligence. We handle all types of personal injury cases throughout the greater Greenville area.

Injured because of someone else’s wrongdoing? Contact our Greenville personal injury attorney at (864) 559-8999 to discuss your case in a free consultation.

What Is the Difference Between Bodily Injury and Personal Injury?

The difference between bodily injury and personal injury is that bodily injury is referred to as criminal court cases, injuries of a victim of an assault. Personal injury refers to civil court claims and covers costs that occurred during an accident or a wrongful death. Bodily injury also refers to specific harm done to the body after an accident, which includes bruise, cuts, bruises, nerve damage. If someone has bodily injury insurance, it will cover the costs of the other person involved in the accident. Filing a personal injury claim can cover some of your costs and can include the following:

  • Lost wages

  • Emotional trauma

  • Reduced earning capacity

Personal Injury Cases in South Carolina

Personal injuries can arise through a wide variety of scenarios, with car accidents as their leading cause.

Christopher L. Jones, Attorney at Law handles all types of personal injury cases, such as:

  • Auto accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Slip and fall incidents
  • Nursing home neglect
  • Dog bites
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Wrongful death

Can You Sue for a Bruise?

In a civil lawsuit, you could be eligible to recover money if you received bruises, scrapes, or lacerations. In order to prove the claim, you must prove the following: you suffered a psychological injury. If you did get bruises, scrapes, or lacerations you must document the injuries. Taking great pictures of your injuries right after the accident will increase your chances of winning your personal injury case. If you went to the hospital for personal injury, show your medical records due to the crash can help your personal injury claim.

Is South Carolina a Tort State?

South Carolina is a tort liability state which means that the person that is not-at-fault can pursue a claim against the party that is at fault.

What Does Personal Injury Consist Of?

Personal injury cases include injuries that are obtained by the negligence of another person or party. Common personal injury cases include car accidents, slip and fall, medical malpractice, dog bites or assault and battery.

What is the Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury in South Carolina?

There is a statute of limitations on how long after the incident that you can file a lawsuit. The statute of limitations in South Carolina is three years after the date of the injury.

When such accidents have been caused by the negligent, reckless, or malicious actions of others, you deserve rightful and fair compensation for all of your injury-related damages. These can include both economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages can include all of your medical bills both present and any future ones that will arise related to your injuries, your lost wages when unable to return to work, and property damage, such as to your vehicle. Non-economic damages are of a non-financial nature, such as for your pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, or emotional anguish.

Our firm can handle all aspects of your claim including the calculation of both tangible and intangible losses. The laws regarding these cases can be complex and proving fault and liability can be complicated. Furthermore, insurance companies can work against you in trying to limit their payout in any claim. For all of these reasons, we strongly recommend that you turn to our experienced attorney for the help you need in the aftermath of any accident in which you are injured.

Get one-on-one personalized legal assistance at (864) 559-8999.

Client Testimonials

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  • “He leveraged his expert legal skills and convinced the solicitor to handle her case out of the court room!”

    - Ian

  • “Exceeded my expectations in every way.”

    - J.A.

  • “Knowledgeable, experienced and kept in close communication with me.”

    - Jaye

  • “Very happy with his services and outcome of the case.”

    - F. Hendrix

  • “We were very proud to have Chris on our side at this difficult time.”

    - Heatherly


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