May 17, 2019
From the perspective of Victoria Blatterman, Charleston, South Carolina is her home and she has a natural affinity to her community. That is why she does what she does. She feels it is of the utmost importance to always give back to her community whenever possible. As far as she is concerned, it’s among the most important things any successful person can so. She was born and raised in Charleston and, after graduating from Ashley Ridge High School, she also attended college in the same area.

Her commitment to her Charleston community is obvious, if you look. For example, between 2010 and 2013, Victoria Blatterman was a special education teacher in the area. Then, when Victoria Blatterman decided to go into the law, she stayed local, so she could assist injured people within her community with getting the help they need and to get them the recovery they deserve. Currently, she is a clerk with George Sink PA Injury Lawyers, where she plays a critical role in helping injured Charleston residents arrange to get the assistance they need to recover from their serious injuries and rebuild their lives.

Besides arranging for the medical assistance they need, Victoria also helps clients account for their damages and losses, whatever they may be, since that is the only way to understand what their compensation should look like. The aftermath of a serious accident is not something anyone should face on their own, since insurance companies and opposing attorneys for the other side have a singular goal, which is to pay out as little as possible. Accident victims will never get a reasonable settlement on their own. That’s why Victoria Blatterman does what she does; she’s a helper.