Darlington Personal Injury Lawyer

If you have been injured, and your injury was someone else’s fault, you may be facing substantial and unexpected medical bills, pain and suffering, missed time from work or lost wages, or permanent life-altering injuries. You deserve to be compensated. Personal injury lawyer Mark James has been helping his clients in Darlington, Florence, and across the Pee Dee since he returned home to Darlington in 2016. Since that time, he’s recovered millions of dollars for his clients. If you’re injured and the accident wasn’t your fault, simply contact the James Law Office, LLC for help today.

Personal Injury Lawyer | Fighting for Clients in Darlington, South Carolina & throughout the Pee Dee Region

Unfortunately, oftentimes, when you’re trying to put your life back together after an injury or accident, insurance companies will try to minimize or ignore your injuries. This is because insurance companies are businesses and are typically solely concerned with their bottom line–not your injuries. You don’t have to deal with the insurance companies alone. We will focus on making you whole and dealing with the insurance companies while you focus on your recovery. Reach out to attorney Mark James today for a free consultation to discuss your case and see how he may be able to help.

Our Practice Areas

Our Darlington County, South Carolina auto accident lawyer handles a wide range of personal injury claims, including those stemming from auto accidents, such as:

Our Darlington County, South Carolina slip and fall lawyer also proudly helps those who’ve been harmed due to dangerous property conditions here in the Pee Dee region, including the following:

Of course, serious injuries are not limited to dangerous drivers and unsafe property conditions, so we help clients who’ve been wrongfully injured in virtually any circumstance, including the following:

We also take cases involving the following:

  • Brain Injuries
  • Governmental Liability
  • Jail or Prison Injuries and Death
  • Wrongful Arrest and False Imprisonment

If your case is listed in any of the aforementioned bullet points, the James Law Office is prepared to fight for the full and fair compensation to which you are entitled. We have decades of legal experience representing clients just like you, and we can put that experience to work in your case as well. To us, your recovery and well-being are our number one priorities, and we will stop at nothing to ensure you move on to a positive future.

Why Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer?

When faced with a critical injury caused by the negligence of another, you may feel unsure of where to turn or what steps you should take next. Fortunately, if you have questions or need help, you’re in the right place. Just some of the ways in which our legal team can assist you are as follows:

  • We can assess the circumstances of your injury and inform you whether you may have a valid personal injury claim.
  • After assessing the circumstances of your injury and the extent to which your injury has impacted your life financially and otherwise, we can give you an idea of what your claim may be worth.
  • We can gather supporting evidence to help prove your personal injury claim, such as by speaking with witnesses, subpoenaing surveillance footage, and analyzing the scene of the accident in person.
  • We can ensure your file stays organized and that every deadline is met.
  • We can negotiate with insurance companies to get the best settlement possible.
  • Typically, personal injury cases are resolved outside of the courtroom setting, however, if necessary, a personal injury lawyer can take your case to trial and fight for the full and fair compensation to which you are entitled.

Don’t Wait–File Your Claim As Soon As You Can

Every state has something known as a “statute of limitations” in place to regulate the amount of time a person has to bring a lawsuit against another person or entity. Here in the state of South Carolina, the statute of limitations for personal injury claims is, typically, three years. This means that accident victims are granted three years from the date their accident occurred to sue the party responsible. That said, you should note that if you’re looking to file a lawsuit against a property owned by the state or a municipality, you’ll have to file your claim under the South Carolina Torts Claims Act within two years of the date the accident occurred.

If you miss either deadline (depending on which is applicable to your case) you’ll likely be permanently time-barred from suing. Our firm is prepared to listen to your story and begin crafting your strategy today. All you need to do is pick up the phone and give us a call or contact us online.

Contact a South Carolina Personal Injury Lawyer Today

If you’ve been hurt or lost a loved one, don’t wait. Contact us today. The consultation is free, and in many cases, we work on a contingency basis. If we take your case on a contingency basis, you’d pay nothing unless and until you receive a recovery through verdict or settlement. We proudly handle cases throughout the state of South Carolina, including in Marion County, Dillon County, Marlboro County, Lee County, Florence County, and Williamsburg County. We can schedule your free consultation on evenings or weekends and will come to your home.

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Darlington Office
54 Public Square

Darlington, SC 29532

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