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Top Bishopville Eminent Domain Lawyers - South Carolina

  • Three Generations of Mack Attorneys Serve Fort Mill The law office of Mack & Mack is Fort Mill's oldest legal services provider. In 1960, after 28 years as a solo practitioner, William Bayles Mack (1903-1986) was joined in practice by his son, Barron Bayles Mack to form the general practice firm of Mack & Mack, Attorneys. In 1985, Barron B. Mack, Jr. joined the firm as the third generation...

  • Lumpkin, Oxner & Stacy serves Georgetown, SC and the surrounding area with an additional office in Pawleys Island. They offer quality legal representation with a focus on litigation; as trial lawyers they are intimately aware of the complex nature of South Carolina law and use this knowledge to uphold the legal rights and financial interests of their clients. Skilled advocates on a variety of...

  • Lumpkin, Oxner & Stacy serves Georgetown, SC and the surrounding area with an additional office in Pawleys Island. They offer quality legal representation with a focus on litigation; as trial lawyers they are intimately aware of the complex nature of South Carolina law and use this knowledge to uphold the legal rights and financial interests of their clients. Skilled advocates on a variety of...

  • Advocating on behalf of those charged with misdemeanor and felony-level offenses, the criminal law firm of Hucks Law serves people throughout the Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, metro area. From our first contact and a free initial consultation until their cases are resolved, we look out for our clients' interests, striving to see their rights upheld. For the convenience of those we represent, our...

  • Experience. Innovation. Determination. At Richardson, Patrick, Westbrook & Brickman, LLC, these are the qualities that set our firm apart. Our attorneys have a reputation for providing skilled, tenacious legal representation. We use a combination of innovative and tried-and-true legal strategies to protect our clients’ rights and interests. From our office in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, we...

  • Hood Law Firm, LLC was established in 1985 by Charleston attorney Robert H. Hood, formerly a partner in the law firm of Sinkler, Gibbs & Simons.  Specializing exclusively in civil litigation cases, the firm has grown rapidly since its inception and continues to grow to meet the needs of its diverse clients. The majority of the firm's practice involves the defense of negligence and...

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