Mount Pleasant Personal Injury Lawyer

The Town of Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina is a large suburban town in Charleston County and is home to the Mount Pleasant personal injury lawyers with the Howell Law Goup Office. The Town is located east of the Cooper River from historic downtown Charleston, but the two were not connected by the bridge until 1928 with the opening of the Grace Memorial Bridge, which was originally operated as a toll bridge. Previously, those wishing to cross the Cooper were forced to take a ferry. Today, the eight-lane Arthur Ravenel Bridge, one of the longest cable-stayed bridges in the western hemisphere, covers the span between peninsular Charleston and the Town of Mt. Pleasant. While it may have a replaced a long-standing and dearly loved symbol of the Charleston area, the Arthur Ravenel Bridge has come to represent the unbridled growth and progress of the communities it serves.

Importance of Legal Representation

Your Mount Pleasant injury lawyers and staff at Howell Law Group have been living and working in Mt. Pleasant since the late 1990s and are constantly hard at work to protect and promote the rights of those injured not in Mt. Pleasant, but across the State of South Carolina. Here at Howell Law Group, we’re ready to go to court to recover all of the compensation you deserve for your personal injury or work-related accident, including medical expenses, lost wages, and any additional damages you have suffered. Our goal is simple: Maximize your monetary recovery.

Your Mt. Pleasant personal injury attorney knows that becoming involved in the criminal justice system is a daunting experience for you and your loved ones. The uncertainty about your future can be paralyzing. We can help answer your pressing questions and help you gain peace of mind.

Hiring a Mount Pleasant Personal Injury Lawyer

Your Mount Pleasant injury lawyers have two office locations in the greater Charleston area to better serve South Carolinians injured in Charleston, Berkeley, Dorchester, and Colleton counties. However, we understand completely if you may not be able to visit us in one of our offices and we’ll gladly meet you at your home or in your hospital room if you have been injured in a car accident, suffered an on the job injury, or have become disabled from some other serious accident. Also, if our office hours are not conducive to your work or personal schedule, weekend and after hour appointments are available.