Getting Started with a Car Insurance Claim After an Accident

Getting Started with a Car Insurance Claim After an Accident

Blue car with dents and smashed headlightIf another driver’s negligence leaves you injured in a car accident, you’re no doubt feeling disoriented – at best. Knowing how best to proceed can help protect your rights and help ensure that you receive the compensation to which you are entitled. If you’ve been injured by another driver’s negligence, work closely with an experienced North Carolina/South Carolina personal injury lawyer to help ensure that you’re adequately compensated.

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Even a Seemingly Minor Car Accident Can Lead to Serious Injuries

Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal cord injuries can occur anywhere on the spinal cord, and such injuries can be symptom free until they become both more serious and more painful. The impact generated by nearly any car accident can lead to a spinal cord injury. Spinal cord injuries can lead to chronic pain, restrict motion, and even cause permanent disability. If you’ve been in a car accident, it’s in your best interest to see a doctor and rule out a spinal cord injury.

Whiplash

Whiplash is a painful injury that is closely associated with car accidents – especially rear-end accidents (but any kind will do). Rear-end accidents at slower speeds are often considered minor fender benders, but whiplash doesn’t qualify as a minor injury. Whiplash is caused when the head whips back and forth on the neck as a result of impact – such as the impact of a car accident. The Mayo Clinic shares those symptoms common to whiplash injuries:

 

  • A stiff and painful neck
  • Pain that worsens with neck movement
  • Decreased range of motion in the neck
  • Dizziness and/or fatigue
  • Numbness or tingling in the arm(s)
  • Pain and/or tenderness in the upper back, arms, or shoulders
  • A headache that radiates out from the base of the skull
  • Blurry vision
  • Ringing in the ears

In addition to these physical and sense-based symptoms, you can also suffer emotion-based symptoms – such as irritability, depression, and/or sleep problems.

The Insurance Company

If you’ve been injured by a negligent driver in a seemingly minor car accident, the insurance company will likely attempt to minimize the damage you’ve suffered. Insurance companies are motivated by generating large profits, and they do this by keeping their payouts as low as possible. Further, insurance companies have vast resources at their disposal and employ professionals who are very experienced at obtaining specific results. In other words, you need a knowledgeable car accident attorney to negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf.

If a Negligent Driver Leaves You Injured, a Skilled North Carolina/South Carolina Car Accident Lawyer Can Help

If another driver’s negligence leaves you injured, attorney Justin Bice at Bice Law – with offices in South Carolina and North Carolina – is committed to helping you obtain the compensation necessary to cover your financial, physical, and emotional damages. Mr. Bice proudly serves the Carolinas, and he’s on your side. For more information, please don’t hesitate to contact or call us at 803-639-8777 today.

 

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Fatigued Drivers Cause Dangerous Accidents

Everyone is aware that driving while impaired by alcohol and/or drugs is not only dangerous but also illegal. Drivers often fail to recognize, however, the danger associated with driving while fatigued. In fact, the dangers inherent to driving while drowsy are so serious that there are strict hours-of-service regulations at the state and federal level for commercial drivers. If a fatigued driver leaves you injured, consult with an experienced car accident attorney in the Carolinas.

Fatigued Driving: The Statistics

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Four Things to Do after a South Carolina Car Accident

White car that was involved in a serious collision.

When you’re involved in a car accident caused by someone else, it’s often difficult to figure out what to do next. Unfortunately, the things that you say and do in the days and weeks after a serious crash can have an impact on how much you ultimately recover from the insurance company. Here are four things you can to do to protect your rights in the aftermath of a wreck. For more information, call Bice Law today to schedule a free consultation with a South Carolina car accident attorney.

Collect Information

If you’re able to do so, you should collect information about the way in which your accident occurred. Of course, never refuse medical treatment or ignore your injuries in order to do any of the following. Take pictures of the aftermath of the accident, and document things like:

  • The other driver’s name and insurance information
  • Any road conditions that you think may have contributed to the crash
  • Any damage to the other vehicle that may have existed before the accident
  • Contact information from eyewitnesses

See a Doctor, and Fully Engage in Medical Treatment

You should always see a doctor for a full medical evaluation after an accident, even you were cleared to go home by emergency medical personnel or you do not think that your injuries are that serious. In order to obtain compensation from an insurance company, you need to be able to provide documentation of your injuries – which is much, much easier when you have an official medical record. In addition, follow all of your doctor’s recommendations regarding follow-up care and treatment. If you don’t, you can give the insurance company an opportunity to argue that you are not as hurt as you claim to be.

Do NOT Accept a Settlement without Talking to a Lawyer

One tactic (of many) that insurance companies use to limit their liability is to offer victims a lowball settlement offer before they get a chance to talk to a lawyer. NEVER accept an offer before speaking with an attorney – as once you accept one, it’s nearly impossible to recover more compensation.

Call an Attorney as Soon as You Can after an Accident

Finally, you should call a lawyer as soon as you can after you’ve been injured in a car wreck. If you wait, you risk the loss or destruction of evidence critical to the success of your case. In addition, the sooner you’re represented by counsel, the sooner you can start focusing on the most critical part of the aftermath of an accident – your emotional and physical healing.

Call Bice Law Today to Schedule a Free Consultation with a Car Accident Lawyer in South Carolina

A serious car accident can leave victims with substantial losses, including medical bills, lost income, lost quality of life, and significant physical and emotional pain and suffering.  At Bice Law, we are dedicated to helping our clients get the compensation they deserve and are will never back down to large insurance companies. To schedule a free case evaluation with attorney Justin Bice, call our office today at 803-639-8777 or contact us online.

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Multi-Vehicle Crashes Can Bring Up Complex Legal Issues

Blue car with dents and smashed headlightMany traffic accidents involve one car that collides with another car, and identifying the at-fault driver is relatively straightforward. However, some accidents involve multiple vehicles of different types, causing injuries to many motorists. In these cases, several parties may be to blame and may be liable for injuries to others. Determining liability in multi-vehicle crashes can be a complicated endeavor, and it is critical for any injured accident victims to discuss their rights with a skilled North Carolina personal injury lawyer as soon as possible.

Five-Vehicle Crash in North Charleston

Last month, a chain reaction crash occurred on I-26 in North Charleston, injuring three people and tragically killing one driver. As eastbound traffic slowed due to congestion, an Audi SUV, a pickup truck, and two tractor-trailers all collided. One semi-truck and the SUV then caught fire. A fifth vehicle was already pulled over on the shoulder and debris flew from the crash and hit that car.

Emergency personnel pronounced the driver of the SUV dead at the scene of the crash. At least two other people rode in ambulances to the hospital for treatment of their injuries. Reports do not indicate what caused the crash, only that authorities were investigating.

Who is Liable for Your Injuries?

If another party acted negligently and caused a crash, that party should be liable for your medical expenses and other accident-related losses. Such losses can be extensive and may include:

  • Past and future medical treatment costs
  • Past and future lost income
  • Permanent injuries or disabilities
  • Permanent impairment
  • Pain and suffering
  • Wrongful death

Negligence occurs when a party breaches a duty of care, such as the duty to drive in a reasonably safe manner, and causes harm to others. Drivers can be negligent in many different ways that may lead to multi-vehicle crashes, including:

  • Distracted driving
  • Drunk driving
  • Road rage and aggressive driving
  • Speeding
  • Running red lights or stop signs
  • Dangerous passing
  • Drowsy driving
  • Violating any other traffic laws
  • For truck drivers, violating any Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulations

In multi-vehicle accidents, it is common for more than one driver to be negligent. For example, one driver may be intoxicated and may run a red light. A driver heading through the intersection may be texting and may not notice the drunk driver quickly enough to prevent a collision. The collision then sends the distracted driver’s vehicle crashing into another vehicle in the intersection. While it is always illegal and dangerous to drive drunk, the texting driver also violated the law and acted negligently. Therefore, under a doctrine known as joint and several liability, both drivers may be held liable for damages if someone in the third car sustained serious injuries.

Contact Our North and South Carolina Car Accident Lawyer for a Free Consultation Today

The above is only one example of how complex claims arising from multi-car accidents can be. Every accident is unique and an experienced you should always have an experienced personal injury lawyer evaluate your rights and options. Bice Law LLC represents injured clients throughout North Carolina and South Carolina. Please do not hesitate to call (855) 500-BICE or provide information about your situation via our online contact form.

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Preventing Accidents for Older Drivers

Preventing Accidents for Older Drivers

 Fort Mill, SC Personal Injury Attorney

South Carolina has been experiencing a slight decline in the percentage of older-driver-involved highway accident fatalities. These drivers are 65 years old and above. According to the South Carolina Department of Public Safety in its 2016 Highway Safety Plan, there were 132 older-driver-involved deaths in South Carolina in 2009, decreasing to 115 fatalities in 2010, before increasing by 7 to 122 in 2011, and increasing to 133 in 2012. Over that four-year period, the number of fatalities in this category of drivers decreased by 1.20% compared to the prior four-year average. However, throughout the 2009-2013 period, those ages 45-54 constituted the plurality of pedestrian fatalities at 23%, followed by those ages 55-64 at 15%. Older persons aged 65 and above constitute 13.2% of the pedestrian fatalities in South Carolina.

If you were involved in a motor vehicle accident anywhere in North or South Carolina and suffered injuries, you may be entitled to compensation. You should seek the help of an experienced personal injury attorney such as Justin Bice of the law firm of Bice Law, LLC.

Older Drivers and Accident Risks

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there were 5,560 people 65 and older killed and 214,000 injured in motor vehicle accidents nationwide in 2012.  Although many older drivers may continue to drive safely for years, aging can bring about diminished eyesight and reflexes that may take a dangerous toll on a person’s ability to operate a vehicle. The negative effects of deteriorating vision begin at around 40 years old and affect almost everyone at age 51. Accident crash data from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety shows that older drivers are involved in more accidents per mile traveled than any other age group except younger drivers (30 years of age and under). Drivers who are 70 to 74 years of age are almost twice as likely to be in a fatal car accident per mile traveled than drivers who are between 35 and 69 years old.

As a precautionary measure, many states require elderly drivers to renew their licenses in person. Twenty-eight states and the District of Columbia have additional requirements for older drivers, starting as early as age 65. These requirements include more frequent renewals and vision and road testing. Under South Carolina statutes, a driver’s license holder who is at least 65 years old must renew their license in-person every five years. A vision test is required during an in-person license renewal. DMV personnel have the discretion to require both a written and a road test.

The DMV can place restrictions or conditions on a person’s license after administering a test and discussing those restrictions with him or her. The most common of these restrictions is the requirement of glasses or corrective contact lenses. Other common conditions South Carolina DMV may impose on older drivers include a prohibition on freeway or nighttime driving, or restrictions from driving during rush hour.

If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident accident anywhere in North or South Carolina involving those who are older drivers, Justin Bice of Bice Law, LLC can provide you with the expertise and effective advocacy you need to pursue your case and obtain compensation for your injuries. Justin has extensive experience in pursuing personal injury claims effectively on behalf of his clients. Older drivers may be held liable in automobile accidents if they fail to adhere to restrictions or conditions on their driver’s licenses, resulting in a crash. Contact us today for a free initial consultation by calling our toll-free number at (855) 500-BICE or by submitting our online form.

Contact the Personal Injury Law Firm of Bice Law

The personal injury firm of Bice Law will examine your case to determine the type and amount of damages that your injury warrants, including payments for medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and any permanent disability.  We’ll determine whether an out-of-court settlement or trial is the best strategy to obtain maximum benefits for you or your family. If you have suffered injury or harm because of someone else’s actions, take the first step to protect your legal rights – contact the personal injury firm of Bice Law serving both North and South Carolina. You only have a limited time after your injury to file a claim, so act quickly.  Call (855) 500-BICE today or submit an online request  to get a free consultation with a  personal injury attorney. We serve families across both North Carolina and South Carolina.

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Slight Decrease Reported in South Carolina Speed-Related Fatalities

Slight Decrease Reported in South Carolina Speed-Related Fatalities

Fort Mill, SC Personal Injury Attorney

According to the South Carolina Department of Public Safety in its 2016 Highway Safety Plan, South Carolina’s speeding-related population-based fatality rate was 6.5 fatalities per 100,000 during 2009-2013. In 2013, 39.9% of the state’s traffic fatalities were speed-related. A speeding-related fatality is defined as one that occurs in a crash in which a driver is charged with a speeding-related offense, or in which an officer indicates that racing, driving too fast for conditions, or exceeding the posted speed limit was a contributing factor. For the 2009-2013 period, the report indicated that the counties with the highest percentages of speeding-related deaths in South Carolina were Greenville (103 deaths), Horry (91 deaths), Richland (88 deaths), Charleston (78 deaths), Spartanburg (75 deaths), Lexington (71 deaths), and Anderson (69 deaths).

If you were in a speed-related accident anywhere in North or South Carolina and suffered injuries, you may be entitled to compensation. You should seek the help of an experienced personal injury attorney such as Justin Bice of the law firm of Bice Law, LLC.

Risks of Speed-related Crashes

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) indicates that in 2013, 9.613 fatalities in the U.S. resulted from speed-related automobile accidents. In a survey of speeding attitudes and behaviors, NHTSA found that four out of five drivers believed that driving at or near the speed limit makes it easier to avoid dangerous situations and reduces the chances of an accident. However, more than a quarter of individuals surveyed also admitted speeding without thinking about it and that they often try to get to where they are going as quickly as possible. 15% of those surveyed believed that driving over the speed limit was not dangerous if an experienced driver was involved.

To obtain compensation for injuries incurred because of an automobile accident in South Carolina, plaintiffs in a personal injury lawsuit have to be able to prove that the offending driver was negligent. Negligence is a legal term that means someone owed a duty of reasonable care to other people that he or she failed to satisfy, which resulted in injuries. With respect to a speed-related accident, proving a duty of care should is easier because all drivers have a duty to obey all traffic laws. If a driver failed to obey posted speed limits, then they breached their duty to other drivers to obey that particular traffic law. If a plaintiff can provide evidence such as a traffic citation for speeding, then it may be enough to satisfy both requirements of showing a duty of care and showing that this duty was breached. If a plaintiff can prove that a driver was driving at a reckless speed under the circumstances, he or she may still be held liable. This other evidence may come from different sources, including the type of vehicle damage sustained.

If you have been injured in a speed-related automobile accident anywhere in North or South Carolina, Justin Bice of Bice Law, LLC can provide you with the expertise and effective advocacy you need to pursue your case and obtain compensation for your injuries. Justin has extensive experience in pursuing personal injury claims effectively on behalf of his clients. Contact us today for a free initial consultation by calling our toll-free number at (855) 500-BICE or by submitting our online form.

Contact the Personal Injury Law Firm of Bice Law

The personal injury firm of Bice Law will examine your case to determine the type and amount of damages that your injury warrants, including payments for medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and any permanent disability.  We’ll determine whether an out-of-court settlement or trial is the best strategy to obtain maximum benefits for you or your family. If you have suffered injury or harm because of someone else’s actions, take the first step to protect your legal rights – contact the personal injury firm of Bice Law serving both North and South Carolina. You only have a limited time after your injury to file a claim, so act quickly.  Call (855) 500-BICE today or submit an online request  to get a free consultation with a  personal injury attorney. We serve families across both North Carolina and South Carolina.

 

 

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Proposed Revamped Mandatory Training for Truck and Bus Drivers

Proposed Revamped Mandatory Training for Truck and Bus Drivers

Charlotte, NC Attorney

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) at the U.S. Department of Transportation proposed a new set of comprehensive training requirements for entry-level commercial truck and bus operators who are seeking a commercial driver’s license. These proposed standards were contained in a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that purports to represent the recommendations of a committee consisting of FMCSA representatives and 25 stakeholders. It is currently posted, and the agency is collecting public comments.

These new training requirements are important towards helping prevent commercial truck accidents. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident with a commercial truck, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. You should seek the help of an experienced personal injury attorney such as Justin Bice of the law firm of Bice Law, LLC.

Entry-Level Driver Training Requirements

The proposed rule would first require an individual to complete a mandatory driving practice training program prior to taking a commercial driver’s license (CDL) skills test. The training program must be provided by a trainer provider who appears on FMCSA’s training provider registry and is appropriate to the license for which the individual is applying. Required individuals would include those applying for an initial CDL, an upgrade of their CDL, a hazardous materials, passenger, or school bus endorsement for their license, or someone seeking reinstatement of their CDL.

Those exempted from these requirements would include military drivers, farmers, and firefighters. Additionally, restricted CDL applicants such as drivers from Alaska, farm-related service industries, and the pyrotechnic industry, would be exempted from these proposed requirements.

Required Training Hours

The proposed rule would require Class A CDL driver-trainees to receive a minimum of thirty hours of behind-the-wheel training. With a minimum of ten hours on a driving range. They would also be required to drive on a public road, which Class A CDL driver-trainees may fulfill by either driving for ten hours on a public road, or ten public road trips each no less than fifty minutes long.

As to Class B driver-trainees, they would be required to receive a minimum of fifteen hours of behind-the-wheel training. At a minimum, they would be required to log seven hours of public road driving.

Training providers, at a minimum, would have to offer and teach a training curriculum that meets all FMCSA standards for entry-level drivers and would have to also meet requirements related to: course administration, qualifications for instructional personnel, assessments, issuance of training certificates, and training vehicles. Training providers that meet these requirements would be eligible for listing with FMCSA and would have to continue to meet the eligibility requirements in order to stay listed with the agency. Also, training providers would have to attest that they meet the specified requirements, and in the event of an FMCSA audit or investigation of the provider, would have to supply documentary evidence to verify their compliance.

Commercial truck drivers will be held to higher standards if these proposed training requirements become required. They are aimed at reducing accidents involving commercial trucks, which occur with alarming frequency nationwide. If you are considering filing a suit for injuries suffered in a large truck accident in North or South Carolina, Bice Law, LLC can provide you with the expertise and effective advocacy you need to pursue your case and obtain compensation for your injuries. Contact us today for a free initial consultation by calling our toll-free number at (855) 500-BICE or by submitting our online form.

Contact the Personal Injury Law Firm of Bice Law

The personal injury firm of Bice Law will examine your case to determine the type and amount of damages that your injury warrants, including payments for medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and any permanent disability.  We’ll determine whether an out-of-court settlement or trial is the best strategy to obtain maximum benefits for you or your family. If you have suffered injury or harm because of someone else’s actions, take the first step to protect your legal rights – contact the personal injury firm of Bice Law serving both North and South Carolina. You only have a limited time after your injury to file a claim, so act quickly.  Call (855) 500-BICE today or submit an online request  to get a free consultation with a  personal injury attorney. We serve families across both North Carolina and South Carolina.

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Driving Drowsy: Liability for Falling Asleep at the Wheel

Driving Drowsy: Liability for Falling Asleep at the Wheel

Charlotte, NC Attorney

One very common cause of serious car accidents is when a driver falls asleep while driving. According to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), each year, more than 100,000 police-reported car accidents result from drivers who fall asleep. Of those accidents, more than 1,600 cause fatalities, and more than 72,000 cause serious injuries. The actual number is probably much higher since not everyone reports all drowsy-driving accidents. Similarly, a Farmers Insurance Company survey states that almost three times as many men (15.9% as women (5.8%) said they had fallen asleep at the wheel, and those ages 55 to 64 had the highest percentage of any age group surveyed (13.7%).

If you or a loved one has been injured in car accident potentially involving a driver who fell asleep at the wheel, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. You should seek the help of an experienced personal injury attorney such as Justin Bice of the law firm of Bice Law, LLC.

Liability of Individuals Who Fall Asleep at the Wheel

All drivers have a legal duty of care to drive safely while and to help ensure the safety and well-being of others. Failing this legal duty of care results in liability for any corresponding accidents that occur. Establishing liability when a driver is speeding, driving recklessly, texting and driving, or driving while intoxicated are clear examples of failing this duty of care or negligence. However, when it comes to falling asleep while driving, proving negligence is a more complicated endeavor. Unless a driver admits to falling asleep at the wheel and causing the accident, plaintiffs will find it difficult to gather enough evidence to prove liability. This is usually a case built on circumstantial evidence.

Police reports are an important part of the potential case for liability. The police will interview all drivers and record statements, including any admissions of falling asleep at the wheel. Witnesses may also provide statements indicating whether they saw another driver nod off.

Additionally, in many cases the accident location together with the point of impact can provide proof of liability. If a driver who nodded off collided with a vehicle in another lane, that may support the conclusion that drowsiness caused him or her to drift into another lane. Additionally, the absence of skid marks may serve as evidence that the driver didn’t try to correct the trajectory of the vehicle. Without a legitimate excuse for a lane change accident, the burden passes to that driver to prove he or she did not fall asleep.

If there are any traffic videos, it may show that the driver’s turn signals were not on, which is additional circumstantial evidence he or she was asleep and did not give notice of the intent to move into another lane. If there is any proof that the driver was driving for long distances, such as an out-of-state driver’s license or luggage inside the vehicle, that may also serve as evidence of liability. Additional such evidence includes road maps, coolers, packages of no-doz or other stimulants, used coffee cups, pillows and blankets, food wrappers, etc.

Contacting an Experienced Accident Attorney

The assistance of experienced legal counsel will be crucial in proving liability for these kinds of accidents. These are fact-intensive cases that require extensive investigation, evidence-gathering, and analysis. If necessary, seasoned legal representation will be necessary in court, if a case goes to trial. If you are considering filing a suit for injuries suffered in an accident with drowsy drivers in North or South Carolina, Bice Law, LLC can provide you with the expertise and effective advocacy you need to pursue your case and obtain compensation for your injuries. Contact us today for a free initial consultation by calling our toll-free number at (855) 500-BICE or by submitting our online form.

 

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Hit and Run Car Accidents in South Carolina

Hit and Run Car Accidents in South Carolina

 Fort Mill, SC Attorney

When a person is involved in a vehicle accident and leaves the scene without providing assistance or the required identifying information, he or she may face both civil and criminal liability for a hit and run accident. Recently, in Aiken County, South Carolina, local news reported that a 15-year old teenager died from multiple trauma due to being hit by a vehicle. The driver of the SUV involved left the scene without rendering assistance. He was arrested shortly thereafter.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a hit and run accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. You should seek the help of an experienced personal injury attorney such as Justin Bice of the law firm of Bice Law, LLC.

Duties to Provide Information and Render Aid

Relevant provisions of South Carolina statutes require that the driver of any vehicle involved in a crash resulting in damage to a vehicle or other property that is driven or attended to by another person stop and provide his or her name, address, registration number of the vehicle he or she is driving and, if requested and available, his or her license or permit to drive. If the property owner or operator is not present to receive the driver’s information, then the driver is required to leave a conspicuous written notice containing his or her name and address and a statement of the circumstances for the accident.

If the crash results in injury to another person, including a passenger, South Carolina statute requires that the driver stop immediately, provide his or her name, address, registration information, and driver’s license. Additionally, the driver must render reasonable aid to the injured person by transporting, or making arrangements for the transportation, of the person to a medical professional for medical or surgical treatment, if the need is apparent or the injured person requests assistance.

Personal Injury Suit for Hit and Run Accident

In addition to the potential criminal penalties, a civil personal injury suit is also possible in a hit and run accident against the responsible driver. This occurs separately from the criminal prosecution and is intended to provide hit and run victims with compensation for injuries, pain and suffering, medical bills, and lost wages. In addition to compensatory damages, victims of hit and run crashes are also more likely to be able to obtain punitive damages from the offending driver. Punitive damages are intended to punish the wrongdoer and deter similar conduct in the future, and in hit and run cases, showing the kind of conduct that deserves punitive damages is easier because of the affirmative failure to render assistance that is needed.

Hit and run accidents that result in injuries and damages can result in complicated court proceedings involving separate criminal and civil proceedings over the same accident. If you are considering filing a suit for injuries suffered in a hit and run accident in North or South Carolina, Bice Law, LLC can provide you with the expertise and effective advocacy you need to pursue your case and obtain compensation for your injuries. Contact us today for a free initial consultation by calling our toll-free number at (855) 500-BICE or by submitting our online form.

Contact the Personal Injury Law Firm of Bice Law

The personal injury firm of Bice Law will examine your case to determine the type and amount of damages that your injury warrants, including payments for medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and any permanent disability.  We’ll determine whether an out-of-court settlement or trial is the best strategy to obtain maximum benefits for you or your family. If you have suffered injury or harm because of someone else’s actions, take the first step to protect your legal rights – contact the personal injury firm of Bice Law serving both North and South Carolina. You only have a limited time after your injury to file a claim, so act quickly.  Call (855) 500-BICE today or submit an online request  to get a free consultation with a  personal injury attorney. We serve families across both North Carolina and South Carolina.

 

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