With more than a decade of experience as a law firm, Berelc Law Firm has successfully recovered millions of dollars for our clients who have been injured or lost loved ones in accidents caused by negligence or carelessness. As if suffering from the pain of your injuries isn’t enough, you may also be in debt from having to pay thousands of dollars in medical bills and losing wages from missing work. Our Lavonia attorneys can secure the maximum amount of compensation available to you and achieve justice on your behalf.
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Failure to Diagnose
The client has inappropriately prescribed medication which severely damaged his kidney.
Settlement against medical provider for botched surgery
My client was a passenger in a vehicle. The rear tire of an automobile traveling next to my client on an interstate in Alabama had its tire blow out. The two automobiles collided and my client's vehicle ran off the road and violently struck a tree.
My Client suffered multiple and severe injuries, including but not limited to a collapsed lung, rib fractures, lacerated liver, closed head injury, right forearm fracture, and spinal compression fractures.
Back Injury & Surgery
Workers Compensation settlement for individual injured at work in Stephens County when a structure collapsed on top of him requiring back surgery.
Back & Neck Injuries
My client was in a parked car and hit by a drunk driver in Stephens County Georgia. The client suffered injuries to her neck and back.
Workers Comp settlement for injury to clients foot causing permanent damage to foot.
Death Benefit Settlement
Benefits to a spouse of a deceased employee
Fusion Surgery at L5-S1
The client suffered lumbar damage that required surgery after picking up a metal rail. Diagnostic studies showed a small disc herniation, disc degeneration, and neuroforaminal stenosis. He had physical therapy as well as multiple lumbar epidural steroid injections with temporary symptom alleviation only. As a last resort, he underwent percutaneous L5-S1 posterior lumbar interbody fusion surgery. There were many complicating factors in this case.
The at-fault driver attempted to make a left turn and caused a t-bone collision with my client. The at-fault driver was cited for failure to yield. The force of the collision caused something in the interior of the automobile to strike her knee. My client had to undergo arthroscopic knee surgery to repair the damage.
T-Bone Car Accident
My client was driving 35 miles per hour, which is the posted speed limit where the accident occurred. The at-fault driver negligently failed to yield and caused a violent collision. The client suffered multiple injuries to his back, neck, and shoulder. He received steroid injections to alleviate some of the pain; however, those injections did not eliminate his pain. We ended up having a physician recommended that my client undergo back surgery to repair the damage to his lower back.
The at-fault driver failed to maintain her lane and collided head-on with my client. As a result, my client suffered multiple fractures in both legs. Policy limits were paid.
Rotator Cuff Injury
The client suffered a shoulder injury. His rotator cuff was injured when he attempted to lift and put scrap metal into a dumpster. This was a repetitive process that eventually led to him being unable to perform the job.
Soft Tissue Injuries
My client was involved in a car accident in which the at-fault driver failed to yield and caused a 3 car pile up. Soft tissue injuries resulted. The client was awarded the policy limits.
Repetitive Motion Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
This client was a factory worker that continuously repeated the same movement. She developed Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and surgery was required. She settled the case post-surgery.
My client was traveling home when the at-fault driver attempted to do an illegal u-turn. My client’s motorcycle collided with the other automobile and he was thrown from the motorcycle. The client suffered severe injuries in different areas of the body. He required surgery to repair a fractured hip. He also suffered a massive rotator cuff tear, ruptured bladder, and a mild traumatic brain injury.
Car accident in Hart County
Motor Vehicle Accident: At-fault driver failed to yield causing a collision. My client had to have a left L5-S1 hemilaminectomy with a discectomy to repair her left L5-S1 dis herniation
Client in an accident in Hart County. The client injured back but never required surgery. This case involved a driver that fled the scene of the accident.
Motor Vehicle accident that re-injured clients back.
Car Accident settlement for the driver of a tractor-trailer that injured his back as a result of a wreck on I-85
Workers Compensation settlement for the driver of a tractor-trailer that injured his back as a result of a wreck on I-85.
Lumbar Spine Injury
The client suffered severe lumbar injuries after hearing a “pop” in his back when he was attempting to turn a bolt using a lug wrench. His settlement was post-surgery.
Cervical & Lumbar Damage
The client suffered cervical and lumbar damage after falling into an uncovered pit while at work. He slipped in hydraulic fluid and fell about 20 feet into a concrete pit, landing on his back. The client received injections and a facet block with the facet block reportedly helping. He also participated in Physical Therapy but after each session, he would hurt for 2-3 days and the therapy was therefore discontinued.
The client suffered lumbar injuries. She was employed at a hospital. She was injured while attempting to lift a patient out of her bed.
Arthroscopic Knee Surgery
The client suffered a knee injury while lifting a tire at work that required arthroscopic knee surgery. Initial treatment for my client included extensive physical therapy and corticosteroid injection. These conservative measures were unsuccessful and eventually, knee surgery was completed.
Aggravation of Preexisting Back Injury
The client aggravated preexisting lumbar injuries. She was employed at a nursing home. She was injured while attempting to catch a patient. She was able to prevent any injuries to the patient, but hurt her back in the process.
My client was involved in a car accident in which the at-fault driver negligently pulled out into traffic and caused an at-bone collision. Several days after the wreck, my client noticed the pain in his groin and went to the emergency room due to the excruciating pain. The doctor at the hospital confirmed the pain was caused by an inguinal hernia. The insurance company attempted to argue that the hernia was not caused by the accident.