South Carolina Civil Litigation Attorney
Civil Litigation Lawyer Serving Marion, Florence, Dillon, Conway, Mullins, Nichols, Latta and Aynor
Have you been harmed because of someone else’s negligent or intentional act? South Carolina law allows plaintiffs to recover damages from the individuals, companies or other parties responsible for causing damages under certain circumstances.
If you have been seriously injured due to a South Carolina auto accident, medical malpractice, slip and fall accident, defective product or workplace accident, you need an experienced personal injury lawyer who will fight for your rights and the compensation you may be entitled to.
Harry Allen IV, the civil litigation attorney at the Marion law firm of Battle & Allen, P.A., understands how important your case is to you. He will take the time necessary to analyze your case and answer any questions you might have, while treating you with the courtesy and respect you deserve.
If you or someone you love has been seriously injured in a South Carolina accident and someone else was at fault, a civil litigation lawyer at Battle & Allen, P.A., can help. Call us at 843-423-3003 today, or fill out our online contact form.
Our offices are located in historic downtown Marion, and the firm serves clients throughout Marion County, Florence County, Dillon County and Horry County, including Conway, Nichols, Mullins, Florence, Marion, Dillon, Latta and other South Carolina towns.
About South Carolina Civil Litigation
Civil lawsuits in South Carolina can be complex. Expert witnesses and testimony from people knowledgeable about the incident might be required to resolve conflicting versions of the facts. There also could be a dispute over the extent of injuries and the amount of lost wages or the need for future care.
Not only are the facts difficult, but South Carolina civil litigation laws can also cause plaintiffs to stumble. For example, lawsuits must be filed within a certain period, known as the statute of limitations, in order to be valid. The law also bars someone from recovering if they were 51 percent or more to blame for the accident. If the defendant is a government body, the civil litigation rules are different and a case must be filed under the Tort Claims Act.
An experienced South Carolina civil litigation attorney can help you through the process of filing and pursuing a personal injury lawsuit, including settlement negotiations and trial preparation.
Contact a South Carolina civil litigation lawyer at Battle & Allen now. He can be reached by phone at 843-423-3003, or by using our online contact form.