We believe injured people should get the justice they deserve
W. Beau Busch
(1973 – 2015)
Injured people deserve justice.
If you are injured, you know how overwhelming it is to manage your day-to-day life while recovering from your injuries. Add on navigating requirements from insurance companies, fear of not being able to pay your bills, getting records from your doctors, and keeping track of your appointments. The job of daily living can become unbearable.
Now imagine if you had an ally to walk with you through the process and relieve you of the stress and anxiety that comes in the aftermath of an injury. Here is where getting you justice begins.
We believe injured people shouldn’t be bullied.
Some insurance companies aren’t fair when it comes time to make good on their contract with you. They know the loopholes and will do their best to exploit them to their advantage. They may drag out the time it takes them to get you the payments you need. They will fight every step of the way to give you as little as possible.
How would you feel if you had a prizefighter on your side to take on the bullies? An advocate who knows the gaps in contracts and how to seal them?
This is where Chappell, Chappell and Newman comes in. When you are in pain, exhausted and confused, our expert and accomplished attorneys are here to step in and take over. We have helped people injured by others’ negligence, and we have helped people who were injured on the job.
We fought some of the largest corporations in America. And we won.
Our firm steadfastly believes that every case deserves its day in court. Chappell Chappell and Newman has gone up against some of the largest companies in the United States to fight for injured victims. Some of our cases have included:
- The Graniteville train disaster cases. The January 6, 2005 train derailment and chlorine gas spill in Graniteville, South Carolina, adversely affected thousands of local residents and employees. Mark Chappell was appointed the lead plaintiff’s liaison counsel in these cases pending before Judge Margaret B. Seymour in the U.S. District Court in Columbia, South Carolina.
- Bridge collapse at Lowe’s Motor Speedway. Mark was appointed to the legal steering committee following this May 2000 bridge collapse.
Yours doesn’t have to be a big case like those to work with us. We fight for justice for all injured people.