One Team. Many Solutions
A personal injury law case may be one of the most strenuous processes you ever face and its outcome can bear significance on your future health and financial security. Whether you are negotiating a settlement for a workplace injury or litigating against a large insurance company, it is vital that you have competent and trustworthy legal counsel on your side. As one of the most prominent law firms on Hilton Head Island, Clark & Stevens, P.A. handles a great deal of personal injury law cases, yet each client is treated with a high level of respect and focus that can only be provided by a personable, experienced, and compassionate law firm.
Goal-Oriented Legal Strategies Founded on Experience
Having represented personal injury clients and victims of negligence for more than 40 years, attorney Bill Clark has substantial experience in defending, negotiating, and litigating personal injury claims. He focuses much of his practice on helping personal injury law clients obtain optimal settlement agreements that maximize their reward while minimizing emotional trauma.
Honest Advice &Trustworthy Representation
We offer full-service representation for personal injury law clients throughout the Low Country in South Carolina, including Hilton Head, Beaufort County, Jasper County, and Colleton County. Personal injury can encompass a wide range of actions in which a person is injured or killed by a wrongful act or negligence, including automobile accidents, slip and fall accidents, workplace accidents, medical malpractice, and injury due to faulty products or premises. If you or someone you love is facing the challenges of filing a personal injury claim, contact Clark & Stevens to schedule your free consultation.
Understanding Your Personal Injury Law Case
Personal injury occurs when a person is injured, either physically or psychologically, by the negligence or misconduct of another. Common forms of personal injury involve automobile accidents, medical malpractice, workers’ compensation, as well as sports-related injuries, intentionally inflicted emotional distress, construction defects, and any injury caused by another person’s negligence or wrongdoing.