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Personal Injury Lawyer in Columbia & Saluda

Fighting for the Compensation You Need & Deserve

If you or someone you love has been injured because of someone else’s negligent actions, contact Moore Bradley Myers Law Firm right away. A personal injury lawyer in Columbia from our firm can help you hold the responsible party accountable for their actions both financially and legally. We are highly experienced in this complicated practice area and are well-versed with all of its related paperwork, procedures, and laws. Our attorneys can effectively navigate you through the legal process while fighting for your best interests.

Providing Individualized Legal Services

After spending decades fighting on behalf of injured clients, our Columbia injury lawyers know that each and every case is vastly different from the rest. That’s why we devote our full time and effort to every case that we take on. Our attorneys will sit down with you and fully discuss all aspects of your situation. Then, we will help you determine your best courses of action and start developing a strong case strategy. Our injury attorneys genuinely care about our clients and will fight for the full and fair compensation that you are entitled to. Either through your insurance provider, the party that was responsible for harming you, or a negligent third party, we will help you get the financial resources you are owed.

With compensation, you can help pay for:

  • Lost wages
  • Hospital fees
  • Ambulance costs
  • Pain and suffering
  • Damaged property
  • Disability-related expenses
  • Lost income-earning abilities

Statute of Limitations in South Carolina

In South Carolina, there are limits as to when you can file a civil lawsuit in court for a personal injury case. If you were injured and need to take action against the party responsible, the time limit starts on the day that the injury took place.

The statute of limitations are as follows:

  • Personal injury — 3 years
  • Property damage — 3 years
  • Medical malpractice — 3 years
  • Wrongful death – 3 years

You must take action before the statute of limitations runs out. If you do not, you will not be able to file your case. The courts will not accept any cases that are filed past that date. Thus, you may lose out on your chance to obtain any compensation that could be due to you. That is why it is critical you speak with an attorney as soon as possible.

Compassionate Method of Care

Our Columbia personal injury lawyers know that injury cases are often emotionally and financially draining due to their serious nature. That’s why our lawyers do everything we can to handle the legal aspects of your situation while you focus on your recovery and loved ones. You can count on us to assist you with all your legal paperwork, strongly represent you at any hearings, and always keep you up-to-date regarding your case. For proficient representation that you can trust, call our personal injury lawyers in Columbia.


If you are looking to retain our legal services, we invite you to visit our West Columbia or Saluda office to discuss your case.

Call (803) 796-9160 or fill out our online contact form to take the first step.

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