Charleston Personal Injury Law Firm Skillfully Handles Cases Involving Serious Injuries

Every injury has an impact on a person’s life. However, the more severe the injury, the greater that impact. Catastrophic injuries are those that are so serious that they leave accident victims with permanent damage. Often, serious and catastrophic injuries impact either the brain or the spinal cord and can result in brain damage or paralysis. Sometimes, these injuries heal over time; however, in some cases, improvement only reaches a certain point, leaving accident victims unable to work and participate in the activities that they used to enjoy.

At the Steinberg Law Firm, we have a reputation for skillfully representing those who have suffered catastrophic injuries in South Carolina accidents including motor vehicle accidents, workplace accidents, and slip-and-fall accidents. Our goal is to help clients recover from their injuries and move on with their life – not just financially, but holistically. Unlike larger law firms that focus on churning through as many cases as possible, we proudly represent everyday accident victims, providing them with the attention they deserve. While results are one measure of success, we are especially proud of the fact that, over the more than 90 years since we have been serving South Carolina clients, countless clients have referred friends and family to our firm.

Statistics Sections

General Serious Accident Statistics:

Accidental injury is the third leading cause of death in the United States.

In the United States, someone is accidentally injured every second, and someone is killed every three minutes.

In 2017, there were 4.6 million auto accidents resulting in the need for medical attention.

Each year, there are 39.5 million doctor visits for unintentional injuries and another 29.2 emergency room visits.

Sports Injury Statistics:

Each year, 30 million youth participate in sports, and more than 3.5 million sustain some type of injury.

Most sports injuries occur during recreational or individual sports, such as skiing, gymnastics and swimming.

62 percent of organized sports injuries occur during practice.

Sports Injuries are a major cause of catastrophic injury. Considering all types of serious injuries, the following are among the most dangerous sports:

  • Football
  • Cheerleading
  • Basketball
  • Hockey
  • Gymnastics
  • Swimming

Spinal Injury Statistics:

The most common causes of spinal injuries are:

  • Vehicle accident – 38.5 percent
  • Slip and fall accidents – 31.6 percent
  • Violence – 13.8 percent
  • Sports-related accidents – 8.2 percent

Brain Injury Statistics:

More than 3.5 million children and adults suffer a brain injury each year.

Someone suffers from a brain injury in the United States every seven minutes.

At least 5.3 million Americans live with a traumatic brain injury.

The most common causes of brain injury are:

  • Falls – 40.5 percent
  • Being struck by an object – 15.5 percent
  • Motor vehicle accidents – 14.3 percent
  • Assaults – 10 .7 percent
  • Unknown causes – 19 percent

According to the National Council on Compensation Insurance, the typical claim for a catastrophic injury has increased from an average of $5 million to upwards of $10 million.

Burn Injury Statistics:

Between the years of 2011 and 2015, nearly 486,000 people were treated for burn injuries at emergency departments.

According to the CDC, there are about 111,000 burn injuries each year.

  • 50,000 of these injuries require hospitalization
  • 25,000 of these injuries involve major burning of at least 25 percent of the body
  • 4,500 of these injuries result in death

24 percent of burn injury victims are children under the age of 15.

Nearly 97 percent of all burn-injury victims survive; however, many suffer from life-long scarring and disfigurement.

Serious and Catastrophic Injury Cases in South Carolina

Suffering from a catastrophic injury alters the course of someone’s life. Suddenly, everything changes; rather than going to work, enjoying time with family and pursuing hobbies, accident victims are forced to deal with enormous physical and mental stress. While any injury can severely impact the life of an accident victim, the following are the most common types of serious and catastrophic injuries:

  • Traumatic brain injuries – A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is caused by sudden damage to the head, often caused by an unexpected blow or jolt. TBIs are common in car accidents, slip and fall accidents, and sports accidents. TBIs can be difficult to diagnose, as there are not always symptoms immediately after the accident. However, the long-term effects of a TBI can include memory loss, confusion, headaches, dizziness, loss of sleep, depression, vomiting, seizures and emotional disturbances.
  • Multiple bone fractures – When a bone break into several pieces, it is called a comminuted fracture. It takes a significant amount of force to cause a comminuted fracture, which are usually caused by a serious car accident. Comminuted fractures are serious, and typically require more than just a splint or a cast. Those who have suffered a comminuted fracture typically need open surgery to repair the bone structure. Even then, there may be residual pain and loss of movement.
  • Crush injuries – A crush injury can occur any time there is excessive force put on a part of the body. South Carolina workplace accidents are the most common causes of catastrophic crush injuries. A crush injury may result in broken bones or permanent nerve injury. In more severe cases, crush injuries can cause paralysis or even death.
  • Paralysis related to spinal cord damage – The spine is designed to protect the spinal cord, however, when experiencing excessive force, such as in a sports injury or car accident, the spinal cord itself can become damage. Damage to the soft, gel-like spinal cord often results in temporary or permanent paralysis. The vertebrae, or bones that comprise the spine, can also fracture, causing excruciating pain.
  • Amputations of limbs – The physical and emotional challenges that accompany limb loss cannot be overstated. It often takes years for someone to adjust to life after an amputation. Amputations are commonly caused by workplace accidents; however, they can also be caused by serious Charleston car accidents.

Life will never return to normal for those who have suffered a catastrophic injury. Injury victims will never be able to work and will often be limited in their daily activities. Those who have experienced a catastrophic injury should consult with a dedicated South Carolina personal injury attorney to discuss bringing a claim against the at-fault party or parties.

Common Causes of Catastrophic Injuries

A serious injury can occur in any type of accident. However, having been handling serious personal injury cases for 90 years, from what we have seen the most common causes of South Carolina serious injuries include:

  • Motor accidentsCar, truck and motorcycle accidents are the single leading cause of spinal cord injury. The forces involved in these collisions can seriously damage the spinal cord, resulting in paralysis. Due to the somewhat mysterious nature of the spinal cord, even seemingly minor accidents can cause symptoms to occur weeks or months after an accident. Thus, anyone involved in a car accident should be sure to obtain prompt medical care to rule out any serious injury.
  • Workplace accidents – Americans spend a significant amount of their time at work. And many who are employed in the construction and manufacturing industries regularly work in very hazardous environments. That being the case, it is not surprising that a large number of serious injuries occur while at work. Those injured in a workplace accident may be able to obtain South Carolina workers’ compensation benefits, regardless of who was at fault for their injuries. Depending on the nature of the accident, employees injured on the job may also be able to pursue a claim against the party responsible for causing the accident.
  • FallsSlip and fall accidents are the most common cause of brain injury. For example, slipping down a set of faulty stairs, or falling from an unsafe work zone are two common types of falls that present a major risk of brain injury. Traumatic brain injuries are extremely common, and the medical community has only recently started to really understand the long-term impact these injuries can have.
  • Sports injuries – Sports injuries are a leading cause of catastrophic injury, especially among younger people. While participation in any sport can result in a serious injury, the most catastrophic injuries occur in gymnastics, football, skiing, swimming, cheerleading, basketball and hockey. Often, these injuries include traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injury.

Catastrophic injuries are not defined by how they occur, but by the effect they cause. Thus, those who have been seriously injured in any type of South Carolina accident should reach out to a dedicated injury attorney for immediate assistance in determining whether they have a claim for damages. If successful, accident victims may be able to recover compensation for their past and future medical expenses, lost wages, decrease in earning capacity due to the accident, as well as for any pain and suffering caused by the accident.

Pursuing a Claim for Compensation After a Serious or Catastrophic Injury

Serious accidents disrupt lives. At first, an accident victim’s focus is on the physical recovery. Often, this involves a lengthy hospital stay followed by months of surgeries, doctor’s appointments and physical therapy. Despite the advances in modern medicine, some accident victims are never able to fully recover from their injuries, preventing them from participating in the activities that they used to enjoy.

The lingering effects of a serious injury contribute to the emotional stress surrounding the accident. On top of the anxiety of wondering if life will ever be the same, most serious accident victims must miss a significant amount of work, resulting in a reduced income, if any at all. However, healthcare providers are less than sympathetic when it comes to the payment of medical expenses, which further adds to an accident victim’s stress.

Through a personal injury lawsuit, South Carolina law provides a way for accident victims to obtain compensation for their injuries from the responsible parties. To succeed in a South Carolina personal injury case, the accident victim, or plaintiff as they are referred to, must prove that the named defendant or defendants were legally negligent. A South Carolina negligence claim has certain elements that must be met:

1. The defendant owed the plaintiff a duty of care;
2. Through some action or inaction, the defendant violated the duty owed to the plaintiff;
3. There is a causal connection between the defendant’s conduct and the plaintiff’s injuries;
4. The plaintiff’s injuries were a foreseeable result of the defendant’s actions; and
5. The plaintiff suffered legally cognizable damages.

If successful, a plaintiff will be eligible for damages. The amount of type of damages that are available in a personal injury case vary on a case-by-case basis; however, there are typically two types of damages in personal injury cases:

Economic damages: Economic damages are those that have a monetary value that can be readily be determined. For example, common types of economic damages include:

  • Past medical bill
  • Future medical expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Decrease in earning capacity

Non-Economic damages: The other type of damages that are available in a personal injury lawsuit are non-economic damages. These are less tangible than economic damages in that they are require some subjectivity when assigning them a value. For example, types of South Carolina non-economic damages include:

  • Physical pain
  • Mental anguish
  • Suffering
  • Humiliation
  • Disfigurement
  • Loss of reputation
  • Emotional distress
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Physical impairment
  • Inconvenience
  • Loss of consortium (involving a spousal relationship)
  • Loss of society and companionship (involving a relationship with others)

While non-economic damages may be more difficult to quantify, they are equally important in a personal injury case. In fact, in many cases, the non-economic damages exceed the economic damages. Thus, working with an attorney who understands non-economic damages, and how to effectively prove them is crucial for those who have suffered a serious accident.

Recent Results Steinberg Law Has Obtained for South Carolina Serious Injury Victims

At Steinberg Law Firm, we recognize that seeking compensation for our clients is just one part of our job. Rather than focus exclusively on obtaining high-dollar verdicts and settlements, we take pride in representing everyday accident victims in smaller cases as well. We see our role in the Charleston community as helping those who have been injured in preventable accidents get back on their feet. Thus, we take each case personally, and get to know our clients as people, not cases.

That said, we are also proud of the results that we have been able to obtain for many of our clients. Below is a list of Sternberg Law Firm verdicts and settlements over the recent years:

  • $3,850,000 in a workers' comp case involving flat-bed truck accident
  • $3,150,000 in a truck accident case involving an 18-wheeler
  • $2,750,000 in a product defect case involving a scissor lift malfunction
  • $1,680,000 in a workers' compensation case involving a client who suffered a serious brain injury
  • $1,650,000 in a 12-wheel dump truck accident
  • $1,450,000 in a case arising from a fatal automobile collision
  • $1,590,000 in a boiler explosion accident
  • $1,000,000 in a case where a pedestrian was run over by 18-wheeler
  • $1,000,000 in a medical malpractice case involving a doctor’s failure to diagnose a patient’s cancer
  • $925,000 in a motorcycle collision case
  • $925,000 in a boating accident case

Contact the Steinberg Law Firm for Immediate Assistance with your Catastrophic Injury Claim

If you have been hurt, our South Carolina personal injury lawyers want to help. We represent clients in all types of injury claims, including those involving car accidents, slip-and-falls, nursing home abuse, medical malpractice, construction defects, and wrongful deaths. Our team of attorneys are both skilled negotiators as well as aggressive litigators and can seamlessly switch between those roles. Our attorneys have over 200 years of collective experience handling almost every type of personal injury case imaginable. Given this broad base of experience, chances are, we have handled a case just like yours. To learn more about how we can help you pursue a claim for compensation based on the catastrophic injuries you or your loved one has sustained, call 843-376-5896, or contact us through our online form. We represent clients in Charleston and throughout South Carolina. Calling is free, and because we offer a No Fee Promise, you do not pay unless we win. We look forward to speaking with you and helping you and your family through the recovery process.

 

 

RESULTS

WE HAVE RECOVERED OVER $500 MILLION FOR CLIENTS IN THE LAST 10 YEARS, INCLUDING:
$2,750,000 in a product defect case, scissor lift malfunction.

Charleston Personal Injury Law Firm Skillfully Handles Cases Involving Serious Injuries

Every injury has an impact on a person’s life. However, the more severe the injury, the greater that impact. Catastrophic injuries are those that are so serious that they leave accident victims with permanent damage. Often, serious and catastrophic injuries impact either the brain or the spinal cord and can result in brain damage or paralysis. Sometimes, these injuries heal over time; however, in some cases, improvement only reaches a certain point, leaving accident victims unable to work and participate in the activities that they used to enjoy.

At the Steinberg Law Firm, we have a reputation for skillfully representing those who have suffered catastrophic injuries in South Carolina accidents including motor vehicle accidents, workplace accidents, and slip-and-fall accidents. Our goal is to help clients recover from their injuries and move on with their life – not just financially, but holistically. Unlike larger law firms that focus on churning through as many cases as possible, we proudly represent everyday accident victims, providing them with the attention they deserve. While results are one measure of success, we are especially proud of the fact that, over the more than 90 years since we have been serving South Carolina clients, countless clients have referred friends and family to our firm.

Statistics Sections

General Serious Accident Statistics:

Accidental injury is the third leading cause of death in the United States.

In the United States, someone is accidentally injured every second, and someone is killed every three minutes.

In 2017, there were 4.6 million auto accidents resulting in the need for medical attention.

Each year, there are 39.5 million doctor visits for unintentional injuries and another 29.2 emergency room visits.

Sports Injury Statistics:

Each year, 30 million youth participate in sports, and more than 3.5 million sustain some type of injury.

Most sports injuries occur during recreational or individual sports, such as skiing, gymnastics and swimming.

62 percent of organized sports injuries occur during practice.

Sports Injuries are a major cause of catastrophic injury. Considering all types of serious injuries, the following are among the most dangerous sports:

  • Football
  • Cheerleading
  • Basketball
  • Hockey
  • Gymnastics
  • Swimming

Spinal Injury Statistics:

The most common causes of spinal injuries are:

  • Vehicle accident – 38.5 percent
  • Slip and fall accidents – 31.6 percent
  • Violence – 13.8 percent
  • Sports-related accidents – 8.2 percent

Brain Injury Statistics:

More than 3.5 million children and adults suffer a brain injury each year.

Someone suffers from a brain injury in the United States every seven minutes.

At least 5.3 million Americans live with a traumatic brain injury.

The most common causes of brain injury are:

  • Falls – 40.5 percent
  • Being struck by an object – 15.5 percent
  • Motor vehicle accidents – 14.3 percent
  • Assaults – 10 .7 percent
  • Unknown causes – 19 percent

According to the National Council on Compensation Insurance, the typical claim for a catastrophic injury has increased from an average of $5 million to upwards of $10 million.

Burn Injury Statistics:

Between the years of 2011 and 2015, nearly 486,000 people were treated for burn injuries at emergency departments.

According to the CDC, there are about 111,000 burn injuries each year.

  • 50,000 of these injuries require hospitalization
  • 25,000 of these injuries involve major burning of at least 25 percent of the body
  • 4,500 of these injuries result in death

24 percent of burn injury victims are children under the age of 15.

Nearly 97 percent of all burn-injury victims survive; however, many suffer from life-long scarring and disfigurement.

Serious and Catastrophic Injury Cases in South Carolina

Suffering from a catastrophic injury alters the course of someone’s life. Suddenly, everything changes; rather than going to work, enjoying time with family and pursuing hobbies, accident victims are forced to deal with enormous physical and mental stress. While any injury can severely impact the life of an accident victim, the following are the most common types of serious and catastrophic injuries:

  • Traumatic brain injuries – A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is caused by sudden damage to the head, often caused by an unexpected blow or jolt. TBIs are common in car accidents, slip and fall accidents, and sports accidents. TBIs can be difficult to diagnose, as there are not always symptoms immediately after the accident. However, the long-term effects of a TBI can include memory loss, confusion, headaches, dizziness, loss of sleep, depression, vomiting, seizures and emotional disturbances.
  • Multiple bone fractures – When a bone break into several pieces, it is called a comminuted fracture. It takes a significant amount of force to cause a comminuted fracture, which are usually caused by a serious car accident. Comminuted fractures are serious, and typically require more than just a splint or a cast. Those who have suffered a comminuted fracture typically need open surgery to repair the bone structure. Even then, there may be residual pain and loss of movement.
  • Crush injuries – A crush injury can occur any time there is excessive force put on a part of the body. South Carolina workplace accidents are the most common causes of catastrophic crush injuries. A crush injury may result in broken bones or permanent nerve injury. In more severe cases, crush injuries can cause paralysis or even death.
  • Paralysis related to spinal cord damage – The spine is designed to protect the spinal cord, however, when experiencing excessive force, such as in a sports injury or car accident, the spinal cord itself can become damage. Damage to the soft, gel-like spinal cord often results in temporary or permanent paralysis. The vertebrae, or bones that comprise the spine, can also fracture, causing excruciating pain.
  • Amputations of limbs – The physical and emotional challenges that accompany limb loss cannot be overstated. It often takes years for someone to adjust to life after an amputation. Amputations are commonly caused by workplace accidents; however, they can also be caused by serious Charleston car accidents.

Life will never return to normal for those who have suffered a catastrophic injury. Injury victims will never be able to work and will often be limited in their daily activities. Those who have experienced a catastrophic injury should consult with a dedicated South Carolina personal injury attorney to discuss bringing a claim against the at-fault party or parties.

Common Causes of Catastrophic Injuries

A serious injury can occur in any type of accident. However, having been handling serious personal injury cases for 90 years, from what we have seen the most common causes of South Carolina serious injuries include:

  • Motor accidentsCar, truck and motorcycle accidents are the single leading cause of spinal cord injury. The forces involved in these collisions can seriously damage the spinal cord, resulting in paralysis. Due to the somewhat mysterious nature of the spinal cord, even seemingly minor accidents can cause symptoms to occur weeks or months after an accident. Thus, anyone involved in a car accident should be sure to obtain prompt medical care to rule out any serious injury.
  • Workplace accidents – Americans spend a significant amount of their time at work. And many who are employed in the construction and manufacturing industries regularly work in very hazardous environments. That being the case, it is not surprising that a large number of serious injuries occur while at work. Those injured in a workplace accident may be able to obtain South Carolina workers’ compensation benefits, regardless of who was at fault for their injuries. Depending on the nature of the accident, employees injured on the job may also be able to pursue a claim against the party responsible for causing the accident.
  • FallsSlip and fall accidents are the most common cause of brain injury. For example, slipping down a set of faulty stairs, or falling from an unsafe work zone are two common types of falls that present a major risk of brain injury. Traumatic brain injuries are extremely common, and the medical community has only recently started to really understand the long-term impact these injuries can have.
  • Sports injuries – Sports injuries are a leading cause of catastrophic injury, especially among younger people. While participation in any sport can result in a serious injury, the most catastrophic injuries occur in gymnastics, football, skiing, swimming, cheerleading, basketball and hockey. Often, these injuries include traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injury.

Catastrophic injuries are not defined by how they occur, but by the effect they cause. Thus, those who have been seriously injured in any type of South Carolina accident should reach out to a dedicated injury attorney for immediate assistance in determining whether they have a claim for damages. If successful, accident victims may be able to recover compensation for their past and future medical expenses, lost wages, decrease in earning capacity due to the accident, as well as for any pain and suffering caused by the accident.

Pursuing a Claim for Compensation After a Serious or Catastrophic Injury

Serious accidents disrupt lives. At first, an accident victim’s focus is on the physical recovery. Often, this involves a lengthy hospital stay followed by months of surgeries, doctor’s appointments and physical therapy. Despite the advances in modern medicine, some accident victims are never able to fully recover from their injuries, preventing them from participating in the activities that they used to enjoy.

The lingering effects of a serious injury contribute to the emotional stress surrounding the accident. On top of the anxiety of wondering if life will ever be the same, most serious accident victims must miss a significant amount of work, resulting in a reduced income, if any at all. However, healthcare providers are less than sympathetic when it comes to the payment of medical expenses, which further adds to an accident victim’s stress.

Through a personal injury lawsuit, South Carolina law provides a way for accident victims to obtain compensation for their injuries from the responsible parties. To succeed in a South Carolina personal injury case, the accident victim, or plaintiff as they are referred to, must prove that the named defendant or defendants were legally negligent. A South Carolina negligence claim has certain elements that must be met:

1. The defendant owed the plaintiff a duty of care;
2. Through some action or inaction, the defendant violated the duty owed to the plaintiff;
3. There is a causal connection between the defendant’s conduct and the plaintiff’s injuries;
4. The plaintiff’s injuries were a foreseeable result of the defendant’s actions; and
5. The plaintiff suffered legally cognizable damages.

If successful, a plaintiff will be eligible for damages. The amount of type of damages that are available in a personal injury case vary on a case-by-case basis; however, there are typically two types of damages in personal injury cases:

Economic damages: Economic damages are those that have a monetary value that can be readily be determined. For example, common types of economic damages include:

  • Past medical bill
  • Future medical expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Decrease in earning capacity

Non-Economic damages: The other type of damages that are available in a personal injury lawsuit are non-economic damages. These are less tangible than economic damages in that they are require some subjectivity when assigning them a value. For example, types of South Carolina non-economic damages include:

  • Physical pain
  • Mental anguish
  • Suffering
  • Humiliation
  • Disfigurement
  • Loss of reputation
  • Emotional distress
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Physical impairment
  • Inconvenience
  • Loss of consortium (involving a spousal relationship)
  • Loss of society and companionship (involving a relationship with others)

While non-economic damages may be more difficult to quantify, they are equally important in a personal injury case. In fact, in many cases, the non-economic damages exceed the economic damages. Thus, working with an attorney who understands non-economic damages, and how to effectively prove them is crucial for those who have suffered a serious accident.

Recent Results Steinberg Law Has Obtained for South Carolina Serious Injury Victims

At Steinberg Law Firm, we recognize that seeking compensation for our clients is just one part of our job. Rather than focus exclusively on obtaining high-dollar verdicts and settlements, we take pride in representing everyday accident victims in smaller cases as well. We see our role in the Charleston community as helping those who have been injured in preventable accidents get back on their feet. Thus, we take each case personally, and get to know our clients as people, not cases.

That said, we are also proud of the results that we have been able to obtain for many of our clients. Below is a list of Sternberg Law Firm verdicts and settlements over the recent years:

  • $3,850,000 in a workers' comp case involving flat-bed truck accident
  • $3,150,000 in a truck accident case involving an 18-wheeler
  • $2,750,000 in a product defect case involving a scissor lift malfunction
  • $1,680,000 in a workers' compensation case involving a client who suffered a serious brain injury
  • $1,650,000 in a 12-wheel dump truck accident
  • $1,450,000 in a case arising from a fatal automobile collision
  • $1,590,000 in a boiler explosion accident
  • $1,000,000 in a case where a pedestrian was run over by 18-wheeler
  • $1,000,000 in a medical malpractice case involving a doctor’s failure to diagnose a patient’s cancer
  • $925,000 in a motorcycle collision case
  • $925,000 in a boating accident case

Contact the Steinberg Law Firm for Immediate Assistance with your Catastrophic Injury Claim

If you have been hurt, our South Carolina personal injury lawyers want to help. We represent clients in all types of injury claims, including those involving car accidents, slip-and-falls, nursing home abuse, medical malpractice, construction defects, and wrongful deaths. Our team of attorneys are both skilled negotiators as well as aggressive litigators and can seamlessly switch between those roles. Our attorneys have over 200 years of collective experience handling almost every type of personal injury case imaginable. Given this broad base of experience, chances are, we have handled a case just like yours. To learn more about how we can help you pursue a claim for compensation based on the catastrophic injuries you or your loved one has sustained, call 843-376-5896, or contact us through our online form. We represent clients in Charleston and throughout South Carolina. Calling is free, and because we offer a No Fee Promise, you do not pay unless we win. We look forward to speaking with you and helping you and your family through the recovery process.

 

 

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RESULTS

WE HAVE RECOVERED OVER $500 MILLION FOR CLIENTS IN THE LAST 10 YEARS, INCLUDING:
$2,750,000 in a product defect case, scissor lift malfunction.

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