Personal Injury

Browsing the aisles of your local grocery store. Cruising down the highway on a Saturday afternoon. Putting in your best effort on the job. Personal injuries can happen anytime and anywhere — and usually when they happen, no one ever sees them coming.

Just as you take a step to reach for that fresh fruit, you slip and fall. Of course, there's no sign indicating the floor is wet, so you're completely taken by surprise. Next thing you know, you're dealing with a sprained ankle, broken arm, or something worse. Now on top of needing groceries, you need a doctor...and a lawyer.

Whether your personal injury happened on someone else's property, in the car, or on the job, you deserve to be compensated for the negligence of others. We live in a society where we're expected to go, go, go. People have to slow down in order to ensure they're doing their part in making certain that safety remains a high standard. When they don't, there are consequences. The grocery store whose employee was too busy to put out a sign on the wet floor should be held responsible. The driver who was in such a hurry that he or she caused an accident needs to pay. The employer whose lack of oversight resulted in one of their own getting hurt should be held accountable.

At The Rembert Law Firm, my passion and purpose is to seek justice on behalf of the injured. When life hits you hard, I hit back. I've handled countless cases just like yours. As a result, I have the expertise, insight, and experience you need to work towards delivering the reward you deserve. If you're in the Charleston, South Carolina area, put me in your corner and allow me to fight for you.

André Rembert can fight for you.

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What types of personal injury cases do you take?

There are all kinds of injuries and they can all fall into different categories of cases. The personal injury cases that I have experience with include:

  • Premises Liability (like slip and fall accidents)
  • Car Accidents
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Work-related Car Accidents

How long do I have to file a claim?

The statute of limitations in South Carolina for personal injury law is three years. That means you have three years from the date that the accident occurred to file a claim and seek compensation.

Will I be penalized if I share fault in my injury?

Because of South Carolina's modified comparative negligence rule, whatever percentage of the injury is your fault (as decided by the court) is the percentage that will be deducted from your claim. For example, if you're rewarded $10,000 but 10% of the injury is your fault, then $1,000 will be deducted from your reward and you'll receive $9,000. If more than 50% of the injury is your fault, you won't receive any compensation.

Charleston, South Carolina Personal Injury Attorney

More often than not, personal injuries can seem to bring your life to a screeching halt. As devastating as they can be, your injuries don't have to put a strain on your finances. My experience and expertise are ideal for positioning your case for optimal results. When you're ready to get the ball rolling, contact me for a free consultation.