When people think about Victoria Blatterman’s career, there is often a tendency to think she is all work. And no wonder; she helps both attorneys and clients from her position as a law clerk with George Sink, PA Injury Lawyers, located in Charleston, South Carolina. She seems to have found her groove working in the legal profession, and she is now with a firm fighting hard for those who have been seriously injured or disabled in an accident through no fault of their own, and helping them get their lives back.
When someone has been seriously injured due to someone else's negligence, Victoria Blatterman doesn’t feel they should be forced to get well again. She diligently works to get them all the healthcare they need to get back to work. She and the attorneys with whom she works also try to get compensated for lost wages and many other problems that injured parties suffer, including both physical and mental injuries.
In short, Victoria Blatterman is aware that the victims of accidents need a lot of competent legal help, so she does what she can to help. No one should have to deal with insurance companies and parties with deep pockets and lots of lawyers all by themselves.
As noted, however, she is not all work and no play. Victoria Blatterman spend as much free time as possible on the water near Charleston. She is an avid sailor and racer herself, and she is a longtime member of the Transpacific Yacht Club. Victoria also has taught sailing for the past ten years, and she has coached several racing teams. In addition to this and the legal work, Victoria also spent three years as a special education teacher with the state of South Carolina. Everything about her is about service and helping make people’s lives better.