Victoria Blatterman has carved herself a significantly professional career in the southeastern state of South Carolina. Primarily along the beautiful coast and the historic city -- and surrounding region -- of Charleston, Blatterman has worked in a variety of distinguished roles. She’s spent ten years as a sailing instructor and racing coach, helping others with watersports activities along the South Carolinian waterways. In Summerville, she worked for three years as a special education teacher with Ashley Ridge High School. And for nearly four years, since early 2014, Victoria Blatterman has worked as a law clerk to two different South Carolina practices -- Charleston-based Anastopoulo Law Firm and her current firm of George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers, which holds many locations across the southern state.
One reason Victoria Blatterman loves her job as a law clerk is because she absolutely loves helping people who have been injured in a terrible accident. She works hard with the attorneys at her current firm, George Sink, PA Injury Lawyers in Charleston, South Carolina, arrange to help the injured parties recover physically and mentally from the accident, but she really loves helping them recover financially from those negligent parties responsible for their injuries.
With the assistance of people like Victoria Blatterman and the highly skilled attorneys at the Sink firm, tens of thousands of injured parties throughout South Carolina have received the best possible compensation for their injuries and damages over the firm’s more than 35 years in practice. Not only do they help the firm recover medical bills, car repair costs and lost wages, but they fight to make sure their clients get compensation for their physical and emotional pain and suffering.
Prior to her time at George Sink PA, Victoria Blatterman also spent time as a law clerk at the Anastopoulo Law Firm, also in the Charleston region. She has other interests besides the law, of course. For example, she is an avid sailor and racer, and she has been a member of the Transpacific Yacht Club for some time. Over the course of the past decade or so, Victoria has taught sailing and coached racing teams in the sport and she has developed an excellent reputation.
In recent years, it is possible to find Victoria Blatterman working as a law clerk with George Sink, PA Injury Lawyers, a Charleston. South Carolina personal injury law firm that attempts to help those who are injured in accidents caused by someone else’s negligence recover as much of their lives as possible. Victoria plays a key role in helping injured parties recover compensation from the responsible party or parties for the damages and losses they suffered, including medical bills, of course, but also lost wages and other income. They also help injured parties deal with the insurance adjusters and the other side's attorneys in a way that brings about the best possible settlement. Failing that, they will always work fro the best possible verdict, should the case have to go to court.
When someone has been seriously injured due to someone else's negligence, they shouldn't have to pay to get well again. Accident victims 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 wants to help people and the knows that accident victims of 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 is a native of the the Charleston, South Carolina region, having been born and raised there and even graduating from Charleston’s Ashley Ridge High School. Following that, she went to college for a time and then worked for three years as a special education teacher between 2010 and 2013. 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. At some point, however, she decided that she
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.
With the help of Victoria Blatterman and the highly skilled attorneys at the firm, 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 lost wages, but they fight for their clients to get compensation for their physical and emotional pain and suffering.