Columbia, South Carolina

Personal Injury Attorneys in Columbia, South Carolina

Our Columbia, South Carolina personal injury lawyers understand that an accident can have a lifelong impact. With persistence and dedication our attorneys will work tirelessly to secure positive results in your personal injury case. The Strom Law Firm, LLC is committed to securing fair compensation for your injuries.

Columbia, South Carolina

Columbia, SC statehouseRichland County is the second largest county in South Carolina and is home to Columbia, which serves as state capital and county seat. Richland County is home to numerous important landmarks including the Fort Jackson Army Base and the Supreme Court of South Carolina.

Fort Jackson Army Base, the largest U.S. Army installation for Basic Combat Training, is an essential facet of the Columbia community. Fort Jackson trains half of all U.S. Army soldiers every year, including 60% of women soldiers. Used primarily as a training facility, Fort Jackson is home over over 12,000 military families and is a large part of the Columbia community.

The University of South Carolina, the state flagship university of South Carolina, is the proud home of the Gamecocks. The university’s Columbia campus educated upwards of 32,000 students annually. The university generates a tremendous impact on the city, which is ranked as the #3 college town in the country.

Various natural landmarks run through Columbia. Multiple rivers, including the Congaree River, Little River, and Wateree River each run through Columbia, which is also home to Lake Murray. Kayaking, sailing, hiking, and swimming are all popular attractions at these natural locations and provide entertainment and attractions for local residents and visitors.

Five Points and the Vista highlight the Columbia nightlife scene. Five Points is located on Harden Street, and is perhaps the most popular downtown area. Popular among University of South Carolina students, Five Points also hosts several classic eateries and boutique shops. The Vista, also known as the Congaree Vista, is popular with young urban professionals and more established residents.

DUI arrests in Richland County may be made by South Carolina Highway Patrol or any other law enforcement agency. Depending on the arresting agency, a DUI case may be heard by the Central Court, City Court, or a Magistrate Court. In the short time after arrest, suspects may be taken to detention at the Alvin S. Glenn detention center or to a local police station. After a short period of time in detention, a bond hearing will be set. Having an attorney from the inception of your case is an imperative action to defend your rights.

Our attorneys frequently have significant experience in The City of Columbia City Court, located at 811 Washington St., Columbia, SC 29201, and Central Court, located at 1701 Main St., Columbia, SC 29201. Our attorneys also frequently visit the Alvin S. Glenn detention center, located at 201 John Mark Dial Dr., Columbia, SC 29209.

Interstates and Freeways comprise many of the roads into and out from Columbia. I-20, I-26, and I-77 each run through Richland County, and two other major interstates (I-85 and I-95) run nearby through other counties in South Carolina. The major cities and towns of South Carolina are covered by this interstate and highway system, which also runs through many smaller towns and communities.

Contact the Strom Law Firm immediately after you are arrested.

Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys in Columbia, South Carolina

Gavel on a bookIf you have been injured because of negligence or a wrongful act by another party, you deserve to be compensated for the harm you have endured. Injuries are a serious matter that have a pronounced impact on your life. If you have suffered an injury, an attorney may be able to help you gain the compensation you need to make a full recovery.

There are various types of injuries that can merit a personal injury case. Some of these cases are obvious, such as automobile accidents and medical malpractice. Others can be less obvious, such as slip and fall or defective product injuries. In these instances and more, your injury was not your fault and should not come at a personal cost to you. Generally, you may have a personal injury case when you were seriously injured in any way by an action that was the fault of another party.

Personal injury cases generally contest payment of medical bills, including any medical care you must receive long term as a result of your injuries. You may also be entitled to compensation for the pain you have experienced, the loss of time and enjoyment of life you have experienced, and any wages you have sacrificed because of your injury. Mental suffering, physical suffering, and potential punitive damages are all considerations in personal injury cases.

If you have suffered a personal injury at the hands of another, it is important to contact an attorney right away. The lawyers at the Strom Law Firm are experienced personal injury attorneys who understand how to fight on your behalf. We will take a detailed look into the facts of your case, work with you directly, and vigorously represent you from the moment you call until your case is resolved. Call our office today for a free consultation.

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