Personal Injury

The attorneys at Cummings & Lewis, LLC have experience handling a variety of personal injury cases, and that varied experience makes them perfectly suited to assist you no matter what the facts of your case may be. Our lawyers handle cases involving: automobile accidents, motorcycle accidents, school bus accidents, tractor trailer accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice, premises liability, slip and falls, and complex products liability cases. The lawyers at Cummings & Lewis, LLC are licensed to practice in all South Carolina State and Federal Courts, meaning we are equipped to handle cases all over South Carolina.

Whenever you are hurt it is critical that you obtain aggressive legal representation as soon after the accident as possible to protect your interests. We know that when you are injured the insurance companies’ representatives will be contacting you immediately and attempting to use everything they can against you to avoid compensating you fully. Our attorneys understand that dealing with insurance companies is often frustrating and confusing. We are here to help. We jump into every case with two feet and aggressively deal with the insurance companies on your behalf so that you don’t have to.

When you are hurt through no fault of your own, the laws in South Carolina entitle you to compensation including: repayment of your medical expenses; lost wages; pain and suffering; loss of consortium; loss of enjoyment of life; and other damages. Each of these types of damages contain their own unique rules and requirements and our experienced attorneys know how to help you maximize the amount of your damages to receive the compensation you justly deserve.

Our firm handles most all personal injury cases on a contingent basis, this means that our fee is based off a percentage of the recovery we obtain for you. We don’t get paid unless you get paid. If you’ve been injured through no fault of your own, contact our experienced personal injury lawyers today at 864.573.9688 for a free consultation.

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