Car & Boating Accident Attorney
Our Lexington/ Columbia, South Carolina law practice has seen its share of burn injuries due to a car accident or boating accident. When you have been injured and need an attorney, we want to instill confidence and trust. Contact a burn injury lawyer at Walker & Morgan, LLC: we will fight aggressively for you.
A car accident is normally traumatic, but when the element of fire is introduced, the trauma and injuries increase exponentially. Thermal burns can occur if the car catches fire or explodes. These fuel-fed fires, in which unshielded or improperly designed gas tanks may also be at work, increase the amount of personal injury and damage. If it is determined that a car manufacturer is at fault for your burn injury, then the company should be held accountable. Our Columbia-area, South Carolina firm will see to it that you have an experienced, knowledgeable car accident lawyer representing your claim.
A boating accident is a rarer occurrence than a car accident, but no less frightening or potentially damaging. A collision or explosion can result in a fire that may severely injure people who are in or around a boat. The laws that apply to accidents that occur in or on the water are complex and you need an attorney who has particular experience in handling boating accident cases. Let the South Carolina firm of Walker & Morgan, LLC take on your boating accident claim. Your attorney will fight for your compensation to which you may be entitled.
If you have been involved in a Columbia-area, South Carolina car or boating accident and need an attorney, contact our personal injury lawyer today.
Disclaimer: The above is a list of some recent settlements and verdicts the law firm has obtained. This list should not be considered by you as a representation that the same results can be obtained in your case nor as a guarantee of a specific result for your case. Every case is different and must be evaluated on its own merit. Results vary depending on the specific facts of legal circumstances of each person's case.