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Frequently Asked Questions

No. The Thomas Creech Law Office provides a free initial consultation in personal injury cases. Our service is based on a contingency fee basis. Contact us to set up a time for you and your family to come to our office. We will confidentially discuss your personal injury case and options for free.

 A personal injury case is when a person is injured through the fault of someone else. For example, another motorist, or a property owner, or a manufacturer who makes a defective product that injures a person. 

The answer to that question depends upon a lot of factors, many of which are not known until the facts of your case are thoroughly investigated and evaluated. Also, we may consider what a jury may decide in a case like yours to determine what your case is worth.

Yes. You should definitely hire a lawyer to represent you. If you represent yourself, you may make a mistake that could end up costing you a fortune. A personal injury case is not a simple thing for a person to handle themselves. Also, it is very difficult to gather all the necessary information for your case. It would take you a lot of time, hassle, and headache to try and represent yourself. Trust your case with the Thomas Creech Law Office so that you can focus on getting well and getting back to your normal life.

Each case, situation and client is different. The Thomas Creech Law Office will have to conduct a thorough investigation and review of all the factors in your case. It is then that Mr. Creech will be able to give you a legal opinion about what the law allows for your individual case. Generally speaking, the law allows compensation for medical bills, pain, suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, reimbursement for lost wages, and other areas of damages. The aim of the law is to compensate an injured person fully for their losses.

Thomas M. Creech has been practicing law since 1997 giving him over 20 years of courtroom experience. 

As a personal injury attorney in Greenville SC, we handle cases of liability involving trucking accidentscar wrecks, motorcycle accidents, premises injuriesthat occur on the property of a store, business, or home; medical malpractice casesinjury from a dog bite, injuries caused by defective product cases. 

A contingency fee means that we do not charge an attorney’s fee unless we recover compensation for our clients in their personal injury case. The attorney’s fees is contingent upon there being a financial recovery made in the case. In most personal injury cases, we typically charge 33.3% of the total or gross amount of the compensation recovered off the top or  before any other amounts are deducted from the settlement. Thus, the client does not have to come out of pocket up front money for attorney’s fees. Under our typical, usual personal injury attorney fee agreements, the client pays the attorney an attorney’s fee only if there is a recovery made on behalf of the client. If there is no financial recovery made, the client owes the attorney nothing for an attorney’s fee.

 

Mr. Creech says, “I practice law because I receive immense satisfaction from helping my fellow human beings in the aftermath of a serious personal injury or loss. I enjoy being there for people, and advocating for them, when they need help the most in their lives.”

It depends. If you feel that you did not do anything wrong, then you may not be at fault. And even if you were partly at fault, the other person may share some of the blame as well. Call for a free consultation so that the Thomas Creech Law Office can help you answer this question in your case.

A defective product case or a product liability case involves when a person has been injured by a product while using the product normally. The product may have been badly manufactured, it may have been badly designed, or the manufacturer may not have warned about a product’s dangers adequately.

Yes. Thomas M. Creech has experience representing individuals and families in motor vehicle accidents involving cars and trucks. This includes cases involving large 18 wheeler trucks and semi-tractor trailers.