More than 2,000 people were injured or killed in a motorcycle accident in South Carolina in 2017. It’s been well documented that motorcycle accidents are particularly dangerous, and those involved are more likely to suffer injuries than those in passenger vehicles. This also means that after a motorcycle accident, it’s likely that victims will require serious medical treatment and may miss a significant amount of work.

The compensation provided by a successful accident claim offers significant financial support for bikers and their families. That’s why many accident victims hire an attorney to help protect them after a crash. It’s important to understand that legal representation is not only critical in these types of claims, it’s also affordable. Attorneys for motorcycle accidents

Helpful Fee Agreements for Myrtle Beach Motorcyclists

At The Derrick Law Firm, our attorneys understand that accident victims are already under a significant amount of physical, emotional, and financial stress. That’s why we offer a fee agreement that can help victims and their families obtain the representation they need.

Our lawyers work with motorcyclists on a contingency fee basis—an arrangement where the client only pays for the attorney’s work if the claim is successful. The lawyer will take a certain percentage of the compensation award, and the attorney and client agree on this percentage from the start of their working relationship. 

Have You Been Injured In A South Carolina Area Motorcycle Accident?

If you've been injured in a motorcycle accident you should to speak with a motorcycle accident lawyer as soon as possible. Contact us online or call our Charleston, South Carolina office directly at 843.488.2359 to schedule your consultation. We are also able to meet clients at our Conway, Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet, Mt. PleasantNorth Myrtle Beach or North Charleston office locations.

 

Dirk J. Derrick
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South Carolina Lawyer Dirk Derrick helps victims recover from car accidents, personal injury & wrongful death.