What is Personal Injury?
Personal injury cases generally involve someone (including a company) causing injury to your body, or
person. The injury can be physical, psychological or both. A personal injury case begins when a person has been injured
through the negligence of another person or institution. A personal
injury case can be as simple as a car wreck with minor injuries, or as
complex as a case involving a dangerous consumer
product or industrial machinery.
The Upstate Law Group, LLC has successfully represented individuals
who have suffered serious injuries from a wide variety of types of
accidents. You may be hurt from an injury on the job,
in an auto accident, from someone's
pet or inadequate maintenance of
property. Whatever the issue, we can answer your questions and help
ensure that you are treated fairly.
Unfortunately, some people believe that insurance companies will pay
their medical bills, lost wages, and settle their claim in a fair and
judicious manner. However, insurance companies typically train their
adjusters to minimize the value of the personal injury claim in order to
maximize the profits of the insurance company. It is important to have an aggressive
and experienced law firm represent you if you are injured as a result of someone
else's negligence. An insurance
company that knows your lawyer is willing to fight it out in court is often more
likely to offer a better settlement. The Upstate Law Group, LLC is always ready to litigate
meritorious cases to ensure its clients' rights are protected.
Contact the Upstate Law Group, LLC to set up a consultation to speak with an
experienced attorney regarding your personal injury case. THER IS NO
CONSULTATION FEE for the initial visit in a personal injury case. If you are
unable to come to us due to hospitalization or loss of transportation due to a
car wreck or other personal injury matter, we
are willing to come to you. In most personal injury cases, the attorney's fees are contingent
on whether you are awarded compensation for your injury.
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal
advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual
situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and
electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship.
Please do not send any confidential or time-sensitive information to us until such time as an
attorney-client relationship has been established.