If you’ve been injured on the job or by the carelessness of another person, business or organization, you may have a valid personal injury lawsuit that will force the party who caused your injury to pay for your care and expenses. A personal injury lawsuit is initiated by a Personal Injury lawyer on behalf of a person who’s been hurt to secure compensation for medical care, pain and suffering, and possibly follow-up expenses associated with the injury. In severe cases, the injured person may need expenses for medical costs that will last a lifetime.

Common Types of Injuries

  • Neck, head and spinal cord injuries
  • Brain damage
  • Broken bones
  • Abrasions
  • Internal injuries
  • Burns
  • Puncture wounds

Common Personal Injury Cases

  • Car Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • On The Job Injury (Workers Comp)


At Talley Law firm, the most common causes of personal injury situations we see are car accidents and motorcycle accidents. We also represent people who have been hurt in public parks, slipped or fell, experienced pedestrian accidents, boating or water accidents, dog bites, bad drugs, defective product accidents and more.


Whether it’s you or a family member who’s been hurt, many challenges may lie ahead. You may need to relearn the simplest things in life… walking, talking and eating, for example.  There may be physical therapy and days, weeks or even months off work during your recovery. Everyday tasks and activities may suddenly be beyond your capabilities—temporarily, or forever.

Let us help.  Our Spartanburg personal injury lawyers provide compassionate representation along with decades of expertise and courtroom success. So let the Talley Firm help you with your Personal Injury case and settlement. Whether your case is large or small, it’s as important to us as it is to you.

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