You Can Still Seek Justice If Your License Was Suspended
In this video, personal injury lawyer, Kenneth Berger, explains that if you were hurt in a car accident, you have rights - even if you do not have a driver's license. Driving under suspension is a criminal act - which we do not encourage - but it does not prevent you from seeking compensation for your injuries. South Carolina law allows you to receive money if you were injured due to another driver's negligence.
We all have to take responsibility for our actions. That includes the driver who injured you, and now owes you fair compensation. Don't let an insurance company mislead you. For answers you can trust, contact my Columbia, SC office today at 803-790-2800 or talk to us using the live chat box below.