Wednesday, 25 April 2018

Special Education Teacher to Law Clerk: Victoria Blatterman

Victoria Blatterman
What one does for a living can feel like a definition of who they are, but really how they do their job would be a better description. While she is currently a law clerk, Victoria Blatterman got her career beginnings as a Special Education Teacher in South Carolina. She taught at Ashley Ridge High School for over three years and while she moved on from this field, she takes a lot of the lessons and skills that she learned as an educator and now brings them into her current field of law in her positions of law clerk.

The traits of patience, creativity, understanding, and compassion are incredibly important when working with special needs students but is also applicable for clients that are involved in legal battles. Being able to guide people through the delicate infostructures of law takes perseverance. It also takes a lot of perseverance to be a special education teacher. In both cases, there are a plethora of odds stacked against you. The stress and pressure of the law can be overwhelming for many and this is why Victoria Blatterman is grateful for her time as a teacher as she is able to bring a calm to those around her in her current position both for the clients as well as for the attorneys. She can hold herself to such an extent of responsible and sensible reactions and not get wrapped up in idle busy work or frustrations. This ability to bring a centered and calm attitude to the work force allows her to remain on the path of justice.

Monday, 22 January 2018

George Sink, PA Law Clerk Victoria Blatterman

Victoria Blatterman
Victoria Blatterman is a law clerk with George Sink, PA Injury Lawyers, one of the most highly regarded law firms in Charleston, South Carolina. Her firm fights hard for every client who has been seriously injured or disabled or suffered other damages as a result of an accident caused by a negligent party or parties. Victoria went into the legal field as a way to help people, so that is exactly what she does. Victoria Blatterman arranges for the assistance clients need to rebuild their lives and recover from their injuries.

When someone has been seriously injured due to someone else's negligence, Victoria Blatterman believes strongly that they shouldn't have to pay to get as well as possible. Accident victims should receive all of the healthcare they need to get back to work and back to their lives, which means they should be compensated for everything, including lost workdays and lost income, by the person, persons or companies responsible for causing the accident in the first place. Victoria Blatterman went into the law because accident victims need legal help. No regular person with no legal background should have to deal with insurance companies and parties with deep pockets and lots of lawyers without help. Everyone but the victim want to pay as little as possible, and they have lots of resources. Hiring a personal injury firm is the only way to make it through the process.

Wednesday, 25 October 2017

From Special Education Teacher to Law Clerk: Victoria Blatterman

Victoria Blatterman
The art of being a successful special education teacher can be overwhelming to many, but Victoria Blatterman looks back on her time as an educator with fondness.Her career as a Special Education Teacher in South Carolina at Ashley Ridge High School for three years taught her many lessons that she has brought into her current field of law as a law clerk as George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers.Skills such as patience, understanding, and compassion are incredibly important when working with clients that are involved in legal cases.The overwhelming stress and pressure of the law can be too much for many.Victoria Blatterman happily brings some of those very skills she got as a teacher into her position as a law clerk to help put clients and attorneys alike at ease.

Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Law Clerk Victoria Blatterman: Making Clients Whole

Victoria Blatterman
The reason Victoria Blatterman chose to go into the law was because she really likes to help people. She chose personal injury law because the only way accident victims can be made whole is through competent legal assistance. Accident victims can’t be expected to negotiate with insurance companies and parties with deep pockets and a team of lawyers without legal help; that kind of thing never works. They all want to pay out as little as possible, which means an injured party is dealing from a disadvantage. Victoria Blatterman and the attorneys she works with help accident victims avoid that trap.

Anytime someone has been seriously injured due to someone else's negligence, it is the job of personal injury lawyers and their support team, like law clerk Victoria Blatterman, to get them the compensation they deserve from those responsible for the accident. When someone else is at fault, no one should ever be forced to pay for their medical care, lost income and other losses. That just isn’t fair.

Saturday, 8 April 2017

How Victoria Blatterman Helps Others

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. Now, Victoria can be found working as a law clerk with the Charleston. South Carolina law firm, George Sink, PA Injury Lawyers.

At that firm, she works with a firm that fights hard for those who have been seriously injured or disabled in an accident through no fault of their own. When someone suffers a severe injury 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 their life and they should be compensated for lost income.

As a clerk with George Sink PA, Victoria Blatterman assists the firm's clients and helps them arrange to get the assistance they need to rebuild their lives and recover from their injuries. She helps 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.

With the help of people like Victoria Blatterman, the George Sink PA Injury Lawyers have helped tens of thousands of people in South Carolina get the best possible compensation for their injuries and damages over more than 35 years in practice. Not only does she help the firm recover medical bills, car repair costs and other losses for their clients, but she also helps clients get compensation for their physical and emotional pain and suffering.