When someone has been seriously injured due to someone else’s negligence, they shouldn’t have to pay to get well again. They deserve to receive all of the healthcare they need to get back to work and they should be compensated for lost workdays and lost income. That is why Victoria Blatterman went into the law. She understands that the victims of accidents need legal help because no one should have to deal with insurance companies and parties with deep pockets and lots of lawyers all by themselves.

Victoria Blatterman can currently be found working as a law clerk with the Charleston. South Carolina law firm, George Sink, PA Injury Lawyers. There, she helps the firm’s clients arrange to get the assistance they need to rebuild their lives and recover from their injuries. She and the firm’s lawyers help them account for their damages and losses, including medical bills, lost wages and other lost income and help them deal with the insurance adjusters and the other side’s attorneys in a way that should bring them the best possible settlement or the best possible verdict, should the case have to go to court.

Victoria Blatterman was born and raised in the Charleston, South Carolina area. After graduating from Ashley Ridge High School, she went to college and spent three years as a special education teacher between 2010 and 2013 before she decided to go into the law to help people. She spent some time as a law clerk at the Anastopoulo Law Firm in Charleston. At various times over the past ten years, she has taught sailing and coached racing teams. She is also an avid sailor and racer herself as a member of the Transpacific Yacht Club.