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Local Resources for Injured Clients

At Trammell & Mills Law Firm, we’re dedicated to protecting the rights of injury victims. People get hurt while at work, in vehicle accidents, in unexpected falls, or as the result of defective products. When an injury isn’t your fault, you can use the law to be paid fairly for your treatment.  But not everyone can afford access to medical services, so where can you turn for help?

If you suffer any severe injury that results in a broken bone or serious bleeding, don’t hesitate to seek emergency room treatment at a hospital.  Your urgent health comes first. But what about other injury ailments like strains, sprains, neck or back pain? Those also need medical attention, and you’ll need a diagnosis in order to pursue legal action. But if you’re unemployed or don’t have insurance, paying for a doctor visit could be a financial nightmare.

Fortunately, there are several clinics in our area where you can find free or low-cost treatment. Most of the clinics listed below will require proof of residency and unemployment, and you may need an appointment, so check before visiting.

The Anderson Free Clinic serves residents of Anderson County who meet federal income guidelines and have no insurance. You’ll need to fill out an application and have a new patient screening. The clinic is at 414 North Fant Street. Call (864) 226-1294 or visit their website for more information: https://andersonfreeclinic.org/

Samaritan Health Clinic is the free clinic of Pickens County. You’ll need a Social Security card, photo ID, proof of residence, and proof of income. They offer exams and other medical services. It’s at 303 Dacusville Highway in Easley. Call (864) 855-0853 or see their website:  https://www.samaritanhealthclinic.org/

The Greenville Free Medical Clinic offers diagnosis and treatment for a variety of ailments. Greenville County residents without insurance and have proof of household income are welcome. GFMC is at 600 Arlington Avenue in Greenville. Call (864) 232-1470 or see their website at  http://www.greenvillefreeclinic.org/

The Golden Strip Free Clinic also serves Greenville County. This sliding scale clinic requires proof of financial need and may require some payment. 101 Howard Drive in Simpsonville. Call (864) 232-1470, or visit: https://www.freeclinics.com/det/sc_Golden_Strip_Resource_Center

In Seneca, The Rosa Clark Medical Clinic provides a variety of primary care services. You can download an enrollment form, and you’ll need an ID and current proof of income. The clinic is at 301 Memorial Drive in Seneca, and you can call (864) 882-4664. Their website is https://rosaclarkclinic.org/index.html

The Clemson Free Clinic serves Clemson, Pendleton, Central, and Six Mile.  Lack of insurance and proof of income are required. 1200 Tiger Blvd. in Clemson, (864) 654-8277. Visit their site at https://www.clemsonfreeclinic.org/

There are several free clinics in northeast Georgia. MedLink operates clinics in Hartwell, Bowman, Colbert, and Royston.  All have sliding scale payment, and you can find a list at https://www.freeclinics.com/cit/ga-hartwell

Additionally, there are other options and avenues your attorney may able to educate you on to ensure you get the treatment you need without necessarily paying up front or out of your own pocket before any settlement is reached.

If you’re an injury victim, find the health treatment you need, keep all documentation, and more importantly- call Trammell & Mills at (864) 485-8585, so you can get the settlement you deserve.

 

 

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