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K.C. Mangus Lohr - attorney, lawyer, sc, charleston

All Falling Injury Claim Reviews Are Provided By K.C. Free Of Charge.

You Only Pay If K.C. Wins Money For You.


accident slip fall ice attorney south carolina scK.C. Mangus Lohr is a South Carolina Low Country slip and fall or trip and fall attorney who can help you.  She has more than 14 years of legal experience handling all types of injury claims.

Slip and falls, trip and falls, and falling objects in a store, in a parking lot or on a sidewalk all come under the umbrella of premises liability claims.  Most people believe that if they slip on a substance on a grocery store floor and fall, the store is responsible for any resulting injuries without question.  Unfortunately, premises liability law is quite complicated and that is why it is important to seek the advice of an experienced attorney like K.C. to answer questions that come up as a result of these claims such as:

·         What duty does the property owner owe the injury victim?

·         Was the injury victim an invitee, licensee, or trespasser?

·         Did the property owner have the duty to warn the injury victim of the danger?

·         Was the danger hidden or obvious to the injury victim?

·         Did the property owner create the danger?

·         Did the property owner have knowledge of the danger if he/she did not create it?

·         If property owner had knowledge of the danger,  were step taken to remove the danger?

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in 2012, the direct medical costs of falls, adjusted for inflation, were $30 billion.  Twenty to thirty percent of people who fall suffer moderate to severe injuries such as cuts, broken hips, and head injuries.  Falls are the most common cause of traumatic brain injuries.  Most broken bones among older adults are caused by falls.  The most common broken bones are of the spine, hip, forearm, leg, ankle, pelvis, upper arm, and hand.  Falling injuries caused 95% of all hip fractures in 2012.

Insurance companies and property owners fight hard to avoid paying claims for South Carolina falling injuries, premises liability, slip and fall, or trip and fall.  Key facts in South Carolina usually involve whether the property owner knew of the dangerous condition and whether he or she had taken the appropriate steps to correct it.  Since these claims are fought hard by the insurance company, it is important that you hire K.C. immediately so she can investigate your claim, and deal with the insurance company adjuster and the property owner.  Insurance companies make money by paying you as little as possible for your injuries resulting from falls, and that will be their goal in your claim too.

If you or a loved one has been injured while on another’s premises, call The Mangus Law Firm to schedule a free consultation today. There is no fee unless you collect.

K.C.’s South Carolina law practice includes the cities and towns of Moncks Corner, Bonneau, Goose Creek, Summerville, St. George, Ridgeville, Holly Hill, Charleston, Mt. Pleasant, Georgetown, Huger, McClellanville, West Ashley, James Island, Johns Island, Wadmalaw Island, Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island, Edisto, Hollywood, Ravenel, North Charleston, Isle of Palms, Sullivan's Island, Awendaw, Adams Run, Folly Beach, Ladson, Hanahan, Wando, Pinopolis, Harleyville, Reevesville, Orangeburg, Cross, and St. Stephen.

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4000 Faber Place, Suite 300, N. Charleston, SC 29405
Ph: 843-323-4380   Cell: 843-312-8073    Fax: 843-213-6964

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