Your Trusted Personal Injury Lawyers
Attorneys Lee Eadon Isgett Popwell & Owens is a plaintiff/claimant-oriented trial practice firm that focuses on representing people who have suffered personal injuries or wrongful death. These injuries may result from automobile accidents, defective products, the professional negligence of health care providers, and more. If you or a loved one has been physically or emotionally injured due to the negligence of an individual, a company, or corporation then call us at (803) 205-2664 and receive a free initial consultation and have your case reviewed.
We strive for excellence and in representing all of our clients’ best interests. We will work hard to ensure you receive everything that is rightfully owed to you after a personal injury through a court of law. Personal Injury Lawyers with Lee Eadon Isgett Popwell & Owens focus on civil law and represent the victims of people that are victim to the following claims and more:
Personal Injuries & Auto Accidents
When you or a loved one has been injured due to the negligence of an individual, company, or corporation, make sure you receive maximum compensation.
Social Security Disability
Our attorneys will help ensure that you receive the benefits that are properly owed to you by the SSA after you have been denied after a disability.
Auto Accident Injuries In South CarolinaA personal type of injury can occur in a variety of ways. When that injury is caused by the fault of someone else, those who suffer are entitled to compensation. This applies to an array of areas, which most commonly occurs in auto accidents. One person is pretty much always responsible for a car crash and that person can be held liable for his/her actions. There are a number of reasons that can cause this type of injury and they are as follows:
- Driver Fatigue
- Careless Driving
- Texting while driving
- Tired driving
- Driving under the influence
Injury expensesNo matter what type of injury you incur, the aftereffects are relatively similar. There is often a period of healing up which can involve various levels of pain and suffering. Then, there is the rehabilitation phase which can be costly and extensive. Some injuries can force people out of work and that can take a toll on their quality of life, as well as the ability to keep up with their bills. When you hire a personal injury lawyer from LEIP Law, we will make sure to fight for all your injury expenses, which can include but are not limited to the following:
- Physical therapy
- Medical and hospital bills
- Lost wages
- Transportation to medical visits
Negotiating your settlementMost cases will not wind up going to litigation as insurance companies will look to settle. However, that does not mean you have to settle for anything less than you rightfully deserve. A settlement negotiation is not always completed in one sitting as they could span days, weeks or even months. Wat LEIP Law, we will provide you with an attorney that will step in and negotiate your claim so that it results in the most favorable outcome. Insurance companies are looking to settle for far less than what they should rightfully pay out to victims. That’s why it’s important to have a trusted attorney by your side so that you can get the most possible compensation from your injury claim. LEIP Law is staffed with injury lawyers who know just who to maneuver through this process.
Investigating your claimPart of the services offered by the personal injury attorneys at LEIP Law is accident investigation. Our team of attorneys heads up the investigative process which can include a reconstruction of your accident or consultations with medical experts. Each case is unique and we take every proper measure to ensure that the most qualified experts offer their input to strengthen your case. We conduct several steps during the investigative process and they are as follows:
- Analysis of the existing accident or police report
- Thorough examination of the scene of the accident
- Collecting testimony from Witnesses
- Review of all medical documents that pertain to your injuries
Workers’ Compensation AttorneyWhen you sustain some type of injury at your place of employment, there is a high likelihood that you could receive workers’ compensation. This is a quite common occurrence which is why workers’ compensation laws have been passed to protect employees in all professions. An experienced attorney at LEIP Law will help you through your workers’ compensation claim as there are a lot of details involved throughout this process. Workers’ compensation claims are often the result of the following injuries sustained in the workplace:
- Traumatic incident – This involves a one-time act that could lead to injuries or disabilities. It could occur in the form of a construction accident, slip and fall, or even an accident with tools. The result of the incident leaves a worker unable to perform their job duties and may also cause a great deal of pain and suffering.
- Occupational incident – This type of injury can occur over the course of time. It could be related to repetitive stress which could be caused by conditions in a building such as asbestos. It could also involve something like carpal tunnel syndrome or other types of drawn-out occupational injuries that develop over time.
South Carolina Medical Negligence LawSustaining an injury at the expense of a medical professional is a more common occurrence than people may realize. That is why there is so many medical malpractice lawsuits filed on a daily basis. Medical professionals, even accomplished doctors, are not immune to making mistakes. The problem is that those mistakes result in a lot of pain and suffering. They may also cause long-term injuries which could even prove to be fatal. There is no reason you have to stand by and take that type of treatment. Filing an injury claim that pertains to medical malpractice can be facilitated by the legal team at LEIP Law. Medical malpractice can describe several different mishaps made by a doctor, nurse or other medical professional and they include the following:
- Prescribing wrong medication
- Failure to treat
- Surgical errors
- Delay in diagnosis