Are you suffering from injuries caused by a motor vehicle collision, a workplace accident, a defective product, a dangerous property condition, or other serious accident in the Carolina Forest area? If so, you might be entitled to significant compensation for the harm you’ve suffered and other losses you’ve incurred through no fault of your own.

At Jebaily Law Firm, we believe that negligent people and companies must be held responsible for the harm they cause our valued friends and neighbors in our community. As demonstrated by our positive client testimonials, we have helped South Carolinians recover millions of dollars for their injuries. We treat each client with the dignity, respect, and personalized attention they deserve.

No matter what type of injuries you’re facing, our knowledgeable and compassionate Carolina Forest personal injury attorneys are here to help you fight for justice and seek fair compensation.

For over 50 years, Jebaily Law Firm has been helping communities in Horry County and across South Carolina thrive. Not only are we committed to helping personal injury victims pursue the best possible outcome in their cases, but we also proudly volunteer our time and money to support organizations that strengthen our local community.

Jebaily Law Firm has built a reputation on helping people get on the road to recovery when they’re harmed by someone else’s wrongdoing or carelessness. We want to do the same for you. If you have been injured in an accident, the experienced Carolina Forest personal injury lawyers at Jebaily Law Firm are ready to help.

Contact us today by phone or online to schedule a free and confidential consultation.

Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle in Carolina Forest

At Jebaily Law Firm, our personal injury attorneys have the skills and resources to tackle a wide variety of personal injury cases. Some of the most common types of cases we handle include:

  • Car accidents
  • Dangerous or defective products
  • Truck collisions
  • Workplace accidents
  • Motorcycle wrecks
  • Premises liability
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Dog bite injuries
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Bicycle crashes

With over 100 years of combined legal experience, we have worked on a wide variety of accident cases, and have access to a vast network of esteemed experts.

Types of Injuries

Accidents such as falls and car wrecks caused by negligent companies and other people’s recklessness can lead to a variety of injuries, including:

  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Facial disfigurement
  • Paralysis
  • Burns
  • Internal organ damage
  • Head and neck injuries
  • Spinal cord damage
  • Amputation
  • Lacerations
  • Cuts and bruises
  • Sprained or strained ankles or wrists
  • Knee, elbow, or other joint damage
  • Nerve damage
  • Permanent scarring
  • Back injuries
  • Rib and torso injuries

When an injury occurs as the result of an accident, it’s important to seek medical attention right away. In some cases, you may not be aware of how seriously you’re injured until a physician examines you.

Damages Available in a Carolina Forest Personal Injury Case

The amount of damages available in a personal injury claim depends on the details of the case and the extent of a victim’s injuries, as well as the amount of insurance coverage available. Depending on the circumstances of your accident, your injuries might be life-threatening or cause permanent and costly conditions that disrupt your life for a long time.

Compensation in personal injury cases is typically intended to help victims cover the wide range of damages they suffer, even long after an accident. Compensation might help cover things such as:

  • Medical expenses – This might include outstanding medical bills for expenses like emergency room treatment, surgeries, doctor visits, hospitalization, medication, and ambulance transportation. Coverage might also involve ongoing care and future costs like rehabilitation, therapies, medical devices, surgeries, follow-up appointments, pain management, and disability accommodations.  
  • Income impacts – Accidents can keep victims from working for a short time, force them to change jobs, or even prevent them from ever being able to work again in the future. Compensation might cover things like income lost during recovery or the reduced ability to earn comparable wages in the future.
  • Non-economic losses – Victims of tragic accidents suffer multiple impacts, not all of which have a specific dollar value attached. These non-economic injuries include things like mental anguish, emotional distress, pain, suffering, loss of consortium, and loss of ability to do activities they used to enjoy like sports or hobbies. 

In addition, if your loved one was killed in an accident, then you might be eligible for wrongful death or survival damages. While no amount of compensation can fully make up for your loss, this compensation might help cover some of the damages from this traumatic event, such as funeral costs, lost income, loss of consortium, and loss of companionship.

SC Statute of Limitations on Personal Injury Claims

Each state has special regulations that limit personal injury claims. In South Carolina, one of these regulations is the statute of limitations. Under this law, victims typically have only three years from the date of their accident to file a personal injury claim. If the deadline is missed, the courts will forever bar a claim unless a very narrow exception applies.

These laws aren’t completely straightforward. For example, the statute of limitations regulation is subject to some narrow exceptions that might mean you have more time to file a claim. It can be easy to mistakenly miss this filing deadline, so people who try to handle a claim on their own often miss out on compensation they’re owed for their injuries.

The knowledgeable personal injury attorneys at Jebaily Law Firm can evaluate your case, help you understand which of these confusing regulations and exceptions might apply to your specific situation, and help you fight for your legal rights.

Carolina Forest Location Information

Carolina Forest is one of the fastest-growing commercial and residential areas in the Myrtle Beach metro area. It is home to beautiful neighborhoods and excellent business opportunities, as well as some of the area’s best schools. Jebaily Law Firm is proud to serve this flourishing community from two convenient locations.

  • North Myrtle Beach Office
    2111 Hwy 17 S Suite 3
    North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
  • Florence Office
    291 W. Evans Street
    Florence, SC 29501

Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer in Carolina Forest

If you’ve been injured in an accident, don’t wait to get on the path to recovery. Let Jebaily Law Firm help you fight for the justice and maximum compensation you deserve under the law. We’re available 24/7 to speak with you. Call us today or reach us online to schedule a consultation.