South Carolina Personal Injury Lawyer
Too many personal injury attorneys approach cases in the wrong way. Andy Arnold does not pursue every personal injury case. As a South Carolina serious personal injury lawyer, it takes discipline to say “No, thank you.”
Andy Arnold focuses his serious injury practice on “hard” injuries, such as broken bones, traumatic brain injuries, loss of limb, permanent scarring, organ damage and severe lacerations or burns. With a focus on fewer serious cases, he remains committed, aligned and motivated toward your needs.
In and out of the courtroom, Andy Arnold is meticulous in thought and action. He doesn’t settle for fast cash and quick settlements. He knows the ins and outs of medical procedures, hospitals and insurance companies. With more than 20 years of litigation experience, Andy will fight for a just settlement or jury verdict to cover medical expenses, pain and suffering, loss of earnings, funeral and burial expenses and loss of companionship.
No one ever thinks they’re going to be seriously injured in an accident. Serious personal injury lawyer Andy Arnold represents clients in the following types of cases:
Hiring a South Carolina Personal Injury Lawyer
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured, you need a South Carolina personal injury lawyer with trial experience. Why? Hospitals and insurance companies don’t want to go to court and they will seek to complicate procedures with a lot of red tape. When you hire an experienced litigator like Andy Arnold, they’ll know to take your claim seriously.
As you can see, a serious personal injury lawyer is critical to your claim. Protect yourself, your family and your rights by calling The Law Office of W. Andrew Arnold at 864-242-4800.
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