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Personal Injury

Persistent lawyers in Oconee County helping you get compensation

When you have been injured due to someone else's negligence, Stoudemire & Sprouse helps you get compensation. We set a measured pace that gives you the best chance of achieving the maximum financial recovery. South Carolina allows three years from the date of your accident until a lawsuit must be filed. We take full advantage of this time, allowing you to heal. We file a lawsuit when we have a clear picture of your injuries and can reasonably predict their lasting impact on your finances and overall quality of life.

How we prove that you are entitled to damages

Personal injury cases in South Carolina are subject to the 51 percent rule. This means that when you are injured in an accident, you may be entitled to a damage award if you were up to half at fault. But if the jury finds that you were 51 percent at fault or more for the accident, you cannot collect an award.

Stoudemire & Sprouse has helped countless people prove they were no more than half at fault for their injuries from events including:

  • Car accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Slip and fall accidents

We also handle more complex injury cases that focus sharply on the negligent person or company, such as medical malpractice claims and defective product lawsuits. In all injury claims, our attorneys study the evidence, interview witnesses and call upon experts to testify on your behalf.

What you can gain from a personal injury lawsuit

When you are involved in a car accident, the other person's insurance company usually resists covering your expenses in full. It is often necessary to file a lawsuit to get the compensation you need. Our lawyers can help you win an award to cover:

  • Medical expenses — past, present and future
  • Wages lost during your recovery
  • Anticipated future lost wages
  • Damage to your vehicle or other property
  • Costs of hiring household assistance

We may also pursue damages for:

  • Emotional distress
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Permanent disfigurement

You do not pay attorney's fees until we win compensation for you. We also advance most of our costs so you can focus on getting your life back to normal.

Win compensation with help from Oconee County injury lawyers

If you are unable to travel due to your injuries, our local attorneys meet you in your home or at your hospital bed. To schedule a free consultation with a lawyer from Stoudemire & Sprouse, contact us online or call 864.973.4608.



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