Were you injured in a traffic-related accident while walking in Charleston? If so, the Charleston pedestrian accident lawyers at Crantford Meehan will be ready to discuss your rights and legal options. If someone else’s negligence caused you harm, you could be owed significant compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and other losses.
From 2013 to 2019, pedestrian accidents accounted for more than 900 deaths in the state of South Carolina, which makes South Carolina one of the deadliest states in the nation for walkers and cyclists.
When someone else’s carelessness or recklessness causes you harm, turn to Crantford Meehan for help. We fight for those who’ve been hurt as pedestrians in our community, and we’ll be ready to put our skills to work for you.
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At Crantford Meehan, we take every personal injury case seriously and work hard to get you the compensation you deserve for the damages you’ve suffered. Our experienced attorneys understand the long-term effect that personal injury can have on your life. We’ve helped many victims of traffic-related accidents in the Charleston area to get the settlement that they deserve, and we can do the same for you.
Our name partners, Attorneys Crantford and Meehan, have been admitted to the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a group composed entirely of lawyers who have earned settlements, verdicts, or awards of $1 million or more for an individual client. The firm has been given an AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest possible peer review rating. At Crantford Meehan, we know what we’re doing, and our results speak for themselves.
Broken bones, muscle trauma, pelvic fractures, vertebrae injuries, shoulder displacement, concussions, and skull damage can all occur, among other injuries, depending on where a car impacts your body.
In South Carolina, if a driver causes an accident by failing to abide by traffic laws or yield the right-of-way to pedestrians, the driver can be held liable.
As soon as possible. After you’ve been evaluated by a medical professional and your injuries have been documented, a personal injury attorney can start an independent investigation into your accident while you recover.
Our lawyers work on contingency fees. This means that payment is “contingent” upon winning your case in court or obtaining a settlement for you. If you don’t get paid, we don’t get paid.
South Carolina gives you three years from the date of your accident and injury to file a lawsuit against the at-fault party.