Clemson Auto Accidents Can Lead to Serious Injury
According to federal safety regulator, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there are over 205 million motor vehicles registered in the US. Many people across the country drive every day to work, to the store, to drop off and pick up children, etc. That means that everyone is at a high risk of suffering an automobile accident.
Auto accidents occur on a daily basis all over the US, and even a small car accident can lead to serious injuries and high repair costs. While many people are taught that an auto accident simply involves exchanging insurance information and letting those companies handle it, some drivers are not insured, some drivers leave the scene, some insurance companies refuse to pay for services they state are covered, and sometimes, your injuries do not appear until well after the accident.
Auto Accidents in South Carolina
South Carolina’s roads have been in need of repair for years, and this problem increases the likelihood of suffering an auto accident of some kind in the state. About 800 South Carolinians will die in auto accidents each year. Thousands more will suffer serious head or neck injuries that could mean high medical bills for years, disability claims, and financial instability.
If you suffer personal injury from an auto accident, especially if the other driver was uninsured or the insurance company acted in bad faith, you should consider filing a personal injury lawsuit against the driver, insurance company, or third party.
I Suffered a Concussion Due to an Auto Accident and Need Financial Help
If you suffered personal injury, from PTSD to traumatic brain injury, due to a car accident, and you have continued to suffer financially because you have high medical bills and are unable to work, you could seek help through civil litigation. The South Carolina auto accident attorneys at the Strom Law Firm can help. We offer a free case evaluation to discuss your injuries, so contact us today. 803.252.4800