Personal Injury & Workers’ Compensation Lawyer
Whether you have been injured on the job or from the negligence of another–I may be able to help you.
3 Reasons To Call Me
I’m always available. Clients say they’re always comfortable speaking with me and they always feel understood.
I won’t try to impress or confuse you by using complicated legal terms. My job is to ensure you understand and are comfortable with the process so you don’t feel like you’ve been left in the dark.
You Come First
Results are everything. That’s why I work hard to create a plan of action that best serves you.
I Can Help You With
Let’s face it, SC law is complicated, insurance companies are a pain and most importantly you’re in pain. That’s why we’ve devoted our entire career to helping people just like you who’ve been injured in South Carolina due to the negligent actions of another person.
If you’ve been injured in a car accident, motorcycle accident, tractor trailer accident, dog bites, slip and fall, medical malpractice, workplace accidents, dangerous drugs, wrongful death — we can help.
When you’ve been hurt and you’re in pain, the last thing you want to do is deal with legal issues. The challenge is… you can’t afford not too. You’ve got bills to pay, maybe a family to feed, and most importantly you need to heal.
Some examples of workers’ compensation injuries include: eye injuries, burns, back and shoulder injuries, hernias, heart attacks just to name a few. However, it’s best to have a conversation to discuss your unique situation.
Mr. Brown worked with me and he provided me with excellent service with my workers’ compensation claim. I know Mr. Brown will work hard for you if you give him a chance. He is a very determined lawyer.
J.D. – 05/19/2017
Everybody, this is the only lawyer I ever use. He has a lot of backbone. He will do what needs to be done in the best interest for you. He does what he says he will do. On a scale from 1 – 10, I give him a 15. I think you will be very pleased with the results you get in the end.
D.B. – 05/24/2017