Columbia Personal Injury Attorney
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury, it’s important to understand that you have rights. It’s also important to hire the right Columbia personal injury attorney to help you. Dealing with medical providers and fighting with big insurance companies can be a tiring battle, but you don’t have to fight on your own.
We Proudly Fight For You
With offices in Sumter, Orangeburg and Columbia, SC, Marc Brown is an experienced personal injury attorney serving clients across South Carolina and Georgia. At the Marc Brown Law Firm, we demand justice and we will fight aggressively for your rights.
Whenever you are faced with a serious legal issue, you need a lawyer that is caring, knowledgeable, and effective. Even more importantly, you need a lawyer that you can trust. The Marc Brown Law Firm was established to provide attentive and effective legal representation for individuals who are faced with serious legal issues. Prior to opening the Marc Brown Law Firm, attorney Marc Brown worked for a national law firm, defending large corporations and insurance companies. He has experience working both sides of a case, and he knows exactly how insurance companies evaluate claims and what they look for when deciding to increase the amount of money they are willing to pay as a settlement. Columbia personal injury attorney Marc Brown brings the experience and resources of a larger firm to his smaller, more personalized and accessible firm.
Your Right To Recovery After Suffering Injury
If you are injured due to another party’s fault, you have a right to compensation. Once we prove that your injuries would not have occurred but for the other party’s fault, you can seek economic damages, non-economic damages, and, in certain cases, punitive damages.
Money to pay for or reimburse you for expenses such as medical bills, property damage, lost wages, medicine costs, rehabilitation and physical therapy, and any equipment or other related expenses.
Money for pain and suffering, inconvenience, disfigurement, physical impairment, loss of companionship, mental anguish, humiliation, and injury to reputation.
Money awarded to punish the at-fault party for especially egregious misconduct. In many cases, there is more than one party that was at fault for the incident that caused the injury – including yourself. South Carolina courts follow a legal doctrine called modified comparative negligence, which determines how to award damages. Even if you were partially at fault for causing your own injury, you can still recover compensation as long as you were not more than 50% responsible.
Contact An Experienced South Carolina Personal Injury Attorney
Working with a knowledgeable Columbia injury attorney like Marc Brown can help to ensure you receive the maximum compensation you are entitled to.