March 20, 2019
 
As a clerk with Charleston’s iconic George Sink PA Injury Lawyers, Victoria Blatterman assists the firm's lawyers and helps clients get the assistance they need to rebuild their lives and recover from their injuries. For example, 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, so they don’t have to. Victoria Blatterman and the lawyers she works with do what they do in a way that should bring them the best possible settlement or the best possible verdict, should the case have to go to court.

It’s very clear that Victoria Blatterman likes to help people, because she loves to fight for those who have been seriously injured or disabled in an accident caused by someone else's negligence. They all believe that accident victims shouldn't have to pay to get well again. The responsible party or parties should be held responsible and pay for all of the healthcare they need to get back to work and also to rebuild their life, as well as lost wages and other income, and even their pain and suffering in the wake of an accident.
September 21, 2018
 
Victoria Blatterman

No one should have to deal with insurance companies and parties with deep pockets and lots of lawyers all by themselves, which is why Victoria Blatterman does what she does. Victoria feels strongly that her position as a law clerk serve an important purpose in her community. When someone has been seriously injured due to someone else's negligence, the responsible party should have to pay for the victim to get well again. That’s why Victoria Blatterman helps them get the healthcare they need to get back to work and why she helps the attorneys she works with get the victims the compensation they deserve for medical bills, lost wages and many other problems that injured parties suffer, including both physical and mental injuries.

Victoria Blatterman understands that victims of accidents a need a lot of competent legal help and she does what she can to help. She has a non-work side, though; she spends 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 has also taught sailing over the past ten years, and she has coached several racing teams.