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|How long does it take to resolve a chemical exposure injury case in North Augusta?|
If you’re reading this, you may have a question as to how long it takes to resolve a chemical toxic exposure case in the state of South Carolina. The statute of limitations in South Carolina for this type of case is three years, so the case either needs to be settled with the plant or the railroad that caused the release within three years or a lawsuit needs to be filed.
Some of the factors that go into the length of settlement negotiations include: What was the cause of the release? What do expert witnesses in the federal government say caused the release? Who is responsible for the release? What type of insurance coverage is available? Also, what type of medical injuries and physical injuries did the client sustain as a result of the chemical release? When will the doctor release the client? What are the medical bills? What are the lost wages? What is the pain and suffering?
If you have any questions about your chemical toxic release case in South Carolina, give us a call. We’d be happy to help.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured in a factory and have questions about the chemical exposure injury settlement timeline? Contact the experienced North Augusta chemical exposure injury lawyers at Nimmons Malchow Johnson today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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