Preparing To Meet Our Experienced South Carolina Dangerous Drug Lawyers
Many people are apprehensive when they consider speaking to an attorney about a potential drug injury lawsuit. After all, medical histories are extremely private matters, and medical injuries in particular are potentially embarrassing to discuss with anyone. Our drug injury attorneys are compassionate individuals who understand that discretion is necessary when discussing medical histories and injuries. Our attorney consultations comply with the strictest standards of confidentiality and in accordance with state and federal law, which forbids disclosure of medical information to third parties without your explicit permission.
Organize and Bring Any Evidence to Your Attorney Consultation
We recommend maintaining a medical journal detailing your experiences, symptoms, and emotions if you are experiencing adverse side effects as a result of dangerous drugs or defective medical devices. Additionally, we recommend keeping notes regarding any conversations or directions given to you by a medical professional, as well as taking any pictures of visible injuries or side effects.
Besides maintaining a medical journal, keep any leftover medication and its packaging in a safe, secure and dry place. Also, organize any and all bills, correspondence and receipts given to you by doctors, health care professionals, hospitals, pharmacies and your insurance company. The better organized this information is, the more useful it will be in your attorney consultation.
What to Expect in an Attorney Consultation
The first thing you will do in an attorney consultation is to tell us your story. We will listen and provide legal advice as to the merits of your potential case and the next steps we recommend. We can only give legal advice when you come to see us and fully explain your unique situation. You may have options to hold the responsible party or corporation responsible for the harm caused by filing an individual drug injury lawsuit or by joining an existing class action lawsuit.
The attorney consultation is held in a no pressure, no obligation setting. Potential clients will receive straightforward counsel as to what path we would recommend based on our years of experience. We will also inform you of the statute of limitations for your injury, as those laws limit the amount of time you have to file a lawsuit.
Our lawyers will review the potential attorney fee agreement so that you understand the entire contract—if you need time to think about it, that is your right. We do not use high-pressure tactics to obtain clients.
Call Us Now to Schedule a Confidential Consultation
As we offer free consultations, you have nothing to lose by meeting with an attorney. We will give you the necessary information so that you are able to make an informed decision. Contact our dangerous drug attorneys today if you or a loved one has sustained injuries from dangerous drugs or defective medical devices.
Discover what we can do for you. Contact us and schedule a free case evaluation. Call 803-327-7800 today.