The challenges that many injury victims face are often considerable, and victims and their families may be left with questions about what they can do to deal with these challenges. At the Steinberg Law Firm, we understand just how hard it can be to find the answers you need at this time. That’s why our team of attorneys has put together the following collection of frequently asked questions and answers to assist clients and potential clients in this difficult situation.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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More Frequently Asked Questions
- Frequently Asked Questions About Car Accident
- Am I liable if I hit the car in front of me after I was rear-ended by another driver?
- Can I sue after a car accident if I was not wearing my seat belt?
- Do I have to call the police after a car accident?
- Do I need a car accident attorney?
- Does South Carolina use a fault-based system for car accidents? What does that mean for someone involved in an auto accident?
- How is fault determined in South Carolina?
- How long do I have to file a car accident claim?
- How many car accidents occur in South Carolina each year?
- How many fatal car accidents happen in South Carolina each year?
- What compensation can I get after a car accident?
- What do I do if I am in a car accident and the at-fault driver does not have insurance?
- What do I do if my damages are more than the insurance policy limits of the at-fault driver who hit me in a car accident?
- What do I need to know about my South Carolina accident report?
- What does comparative fault mean when it relates to a South Carolina car accident?
- What should I do after a car accident?
- Frequently Asked Questions About Medical Malpractice
- Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury
- How do I know who is responsible for my injuries?
- How do I prove my elderly family member is being abused?
- How long do I have to file a personal injury claim in South Carolina?
- How much is my personal injury case worth?
- I’ve been hurt in an accident. Should I file a personal injury lawsuit?
- If I file a personal injury lawsuit, do I need to go to court?
- What damages can I get in a personal injury case?
- What if I am contacted by the other insurance company?
- What types of damages can I seek if I file a personal injury lawsuit?
- Who is liable for my damages?
- Frequently Asked Questions About the Lawsuit Process
- Do I have to sue?
- Do I need an attorney?
- How much compensation am I entitled to receive?
- How much is my case worth?
- If I file criminal charges against an attacker, can I still file a lawsuit?
- What are most of your clients seeking when they come to you?
- What are punitive and compensatory damages?
- What can I expect when dealing with The Steinberg Law Firm?
- What extra things can an attorney make sure are covered?
- What is a statute of limitations?
- Why do I need to hire a lawyer?
- Why should I hire an attorney?
- Frequently Asked Questions About Workplace Injuries
- Can I be compensated for missing time from work?
- Can you be fired while on worker’s compensation in South Carolina?
- Can you sue your employer in South Carolina?
- Do I have to work if my doctor approves “light duty” work?
- How does the workers’ compensation judge calculate how much money you get?
- How does workers’ compensation work in South Carolina?
- How long does workers’ compensation last?
- How much does it cost to hire a workers’ compensation law firm?
- I was injured on the job. Can I file a suit against my employer?
- What are some of the most common work related injuries?
- What can disqualify me from South Carolina workers’ compensation?
- What does Partial Disability mean under South Carolina’s workers’ compensation law?
- What does Total Disability mean under South Carolina’s workers’ compensation law?
- What Happens if I’ve been hurt on the job and I’m permanently disabled?
- What happens to my job if I’ve been injured?
- What if I need to get back to work, but my doctor hasn’t approved it?
- What if I’ve seen my company doctor but want a second opinion?
- What if the employee dies due to a work injury? What kind of benefits does the family get?
- Why do I need a workers’ compensation lawyer? Shouldn’t I just contact the insurance company by myself?
- If I’ve been in an auto accident, who pays my medical bills?
- What should I do if I’ve been injured by a defective product?