As someone who was hurt by a defective medical instrument or piece of equipment in
South Carolina, you know you need to “do something” to protect your rights and to punish the physician or company responsible for the devastation.
You’re not a student of the law. You lack the education to go to trial or fight for a settlement. You are probably also not equipped to understand what games insurance companies might play to reduce your settlement claim or otherwise trick you into giving up rights.
If you don’t advocate for your rights, forcibly and soon, your ability to get good results will diminish and ultimately disappear, per the statutes of limitation or per other factors.
Finally, you know that there are probably many–perhaps dozens–effective lawyers who
can give you advice about whether you have a case, whether you should pursue action, how you should pursue it, and so forth.
But you are still not taking action. The question is: why?
It’s a question worth dwelling on, because a lot of injured people who would otherwise benefit hugely from talking to a good attorney never do. They suffer for years, if not for decades, because of this simple lack of communication.
So why don’t all injured people in North Carolina and elsewhere consult with attorneys?
The answer probably has to do with our cultural conditioning. When you think about who you are, certain attributes and descriptors come to mind. For instance, you might think of yourself as “independent” or “someone who doesn’t like lawyers” or something like that.
We subconsciously make often decisions based on these deeply held but never
verbalized or philosophies of self. If you really look logically at a situation, the tradeoffs are ridiculously imbalanced. By calling a lawyer, you would have to temporarily challenge an idiosyncratic (and probably not very logically taut) notion that you are “not someone who works with lawyers.” But the payoff can mean hundreds of thousands of dollars and much more clarity and happiness for the rest of your life. Meanwhile, if you fail to dig up and challenge beliefs that are holding you back from getting help, the consequences could be dire.
Whether you call the team at DeMayo Law at (877) 333-1000 or reach out to some other
law firm, give your resistance some deep thought. Don’t be afraid to challenge your prevailing subconscious beliefs to protect your and your family’s long term destiny and financial health.