Theoretically, insurance policies protect injured parties and their families when tragic accidents occur. Too often, however, insurance companies deny legitimate personal injury claims or offer compensation that is significantly less than the amount needed to cover all of an injured party's expenses.
If you have suffered a workplace injury, consulting with a knowledgeable and experienced workers' compensation lawyer can mean the difference between collecting the full benefits you are owed and having a claim denied. Contact us to schedule a free consultation.
At The Maguire Law Firm in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, we advocate for individuals and families who are experiencing difficulty getting compensated fairly for injuries and property damage sustained in accidents that were not their fault.
Committed To Collecting Every Penny You Deserve
At a time when you should be focused on healing, you may be wrestling instead with the stress caused by mounting medical bills and lost wages because you are unable to work.
We understand the fear and frustration caused by wrestling with insurance companies that are more interested in their bottom line than their obligation to accident victims. When we represent you in a personal injury lawsuit, we make it clear to the insurance providers that we are prepared to litigate in order to receive the full amount that you are owed.
Attorney Ian Maguire has successfully protected the rights of injured individuals in South Carolina since 1994. In addition to personal injury lawsuits, he also represents individuals in workers' compensation cases and Social Security Disability claims.
Contact The Maguire Law Firm
Time plays a critical role in producing successful outcomes in injury claims. The sooner you contact a Myrtle Beach injury lawyer, the better your chances of collecting the full amount you are owed.
Call 843-321-4056 or reach us toll free at 800-576-6640, or email us to schedule a free consultation. We will review the facts of your case and provide a straightforward assessment.
Most of our cases are taken on a contingency basis, which means you will not pay attorney fees unless we obtain a recovery for you. (Attorney's fee is deducted before costs are computed on contingency fee cases).