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Can a South Carolina Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Help Me? Discover the Twenge + Twombley Difference

The experienced Beaufort motorcycle accident lawyers at Twenge + Twombley understand how important this question is to motorcycle enthusiasts across the state. Motorcycle accidents are among the most serious cases our firm handles. Rarely are these crashes minor. Collisions between bikes and larger vehicles often result in catastrophic, life-threatening injuries.

The following are some of the most frequently asked questions about what we, as lawyers, can do to help motorcycle accident victims. If you have additional questions, contact our Beaufort office at 866-452-6315.


Do I need an attorney after a South Carolina motorcycle crash?

You aren't required to hire an attorney if you've been in a motorcycle accident. But having an experienced Beaufort motorcycle accident attorney on your side can dramatically improve your chances of receiving compensation for the accident. We can help. Our attorneys have experience negotiating with insurance companies and building successful legal strategies on behalf of all our clients. We work with accident victims one-on-one to secure the compensation deserved - and needed - to get life back on track.

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Should I accept an offer from an insurance company after an accident?

No. Insurance companies are quick to offer a settlement after a motorcycle accident. They do this because they want you to accept an offer before the full extent of your injuries is known. That's not fair. Just because they've made an offer doesn't mean you have to accept it. At Twenge + Twombley, our attorneys have a hard-earned reputation as tough-minded litigators who work to hold insurance companies responsible for your accident. When it's your future at stake, we take your case seriously.

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What if I was partially at fault for my South Carolina motorcycle accident?

South Carolina is a comparative negligence state. That means you can recover damages for a motorcycle accident even when you're partially at fault for that accident. You can recover compensation from the insurance company of the other driver as long as your fault does not exceed 51 percent. Your recovery will be reduced by any percentage of fault that is assigned to you. These cases typically require assistance from an experienced lawyer to successfully resolve.

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Can I file a motorcycle accident lawsuit in South Carolina?

Yes. If we believe filing a claim is the best way to resolve your case, we can work with you to file a motorcycle accident lawsuit in Beaufort, Bluffton, Hilton Head Island or anywhere else across the Lowcountry. As your legal advocates, we will only do so at your discretion and after all legal options have been explored. You ultimately decide what to do.

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How much does a motorcycle accident lawyer cost?

You pay nothing until we win your case. At Twenge + Twombley, we don't think accident victims should have to worry about out-of-pocket expenses. As contingency fee attorneys, we work one-on-one with each client represented by our firm free-of-charge. No matter how big or small your legal issue is, our attorneys will always have your best interests in mind. Contact us today for a free case consultation.

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