André Rembert

Attorney at Law & Army Captain

After receiving my Bachelor’s degree from the University of South Carolina, I went on to serve in the US Army as an artillery officer. I spent time in both Macedonia and Iraq before returning to my alma mater for law school. While I was able to hone my skills and passions as an attorney for bigger firms, ultimately I desired to strike out on my own. Through Rembert Law Firm, I can give my clients the one-on-one attention they deserve.

What to do if you're injured at work

1.
See a doctor.

The most important thing to do right away is to seek medical attention. Taking the proper steps towards making a full recovery is a top priority.

2.
File a report.

After you’ve been seen by your doctor, you’ll need to file a report with your supervisor. You have two years to file a claim, but the initial report must be done within 90 days.

3.
Call me for help.

Don’t be surprised if your employer, insurance company, or other parties involved don’t want to cooperate or be fair. This is where I can come in to help you seek justice.

4.
Focus on getting better.

The whole ordeal is already stressful enough. Allow me to handle the legalities so you can shift all your energy on healing from your injuries.

Personal injuries can be devastating, but I can position your case for an optimal outcome.

From car accidents to premises liability cases (like slip and falls), experiencing a personal injury can have a lasting impact on your body and mind. Not only do you need to take the time to allow physical healing to take place, but you may also need to learn how to adapt to normal social settings again. Not to mention the blow your finances may take as a result of medical bills or not being able to work. You don't deserve this. That's why I will do everything in my power to make sure you receive the compensation you deserve.

Here for you in your time of need.

Schedule a free consultation.

You don’t have to travel
to my office. I’ll come to you.

Sometimes, healing from a personal injury means you have to take it easy for a while. Whether that means being confined to your bed or simply slowing down, I want to make sure our time together doesn’t hinder your progress.  For that reason, you don’t have to worry about coming to my office when we meet. I’ll gladly travel to your home or hospital for our consultation.

I will fight for you. While the vast majority of time, I'm able to resolve claims amicably through an agreed-upon settlement, I will not hesitate to file suit to help you recover every penny possible.   You want an attorney that is all-in for your best interests and isn't looking at you and your injury as another paycheck in a churn-and-burn settlement factory. You want a fighter who will do what it takes to get you the maximum recovery possible.

I AIM TO KEEP YOU INFORMED THROUGHOUT THE PROCESS.

As they say, knowledge is power. The more you know, the better equipped you are for success. I make a point of educating my clients on how the law coincides with their situation. When you work with me, you'll always be informed of what's going on with your case, and you'll be confident as we move forward.

IT’S IMPORTANT TO ME THAT I’M AVAILABLE TO YOU

One thing you'll learn about me is that I'm easy to get in touch with and available when you need me. In situations as pertinent as this, communication is key. I'm available to address your questions and concerns whenever you need me.

Recent Posts

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