Greenville Personal Injury Lawyers
You’ve been injured due to the negligent actions of another person, and while you’ve received treatment for your injuries, it seems like medical care was only the beginning of your troubles. Bills are piling up, you don’t know when you can get back to work, and the recovery process is a long one.
You have every right to focus on getting better, but everyone seems to be making demands: your doctor, your boss, the insurance company. You didn’t plan to be in this position, and you don’t know what to do next. But you shouldn’t feel alone, because there are people who can help.
At Stewart Law Offices, we can help you take back your life and your livelihood — because we’ve done it before for thousands of people just like you. Our compassionate personal injury attorneys won’t treat you like just another case or a paycheck; we’ll treat you like family. We’re available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and can consult with you about a wide range of cases, including:
- Car Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Boating Accidents
- Workers’ Compensation
- Medical Malpractice
- Wrongful Death
If you have been hurt in Upstate South Carolina and someone else is at fault, you may need a Greenville personal injury lawyer to help you. The Spartanburg accident injury attorneys at Stewart Law Offices know Greenville, know the law, and know-how to help you. We also know how important your health is to your family, and we will fight for you like you were a member of our family.
Dealing with an insurance company after you have been injured can feel like a full-time job — but it doesn’t have to be your job. Let us handle your case, and secure the compensation you both need and deserve. Whether you have been injured on I-85 or in your workplace, Stewart Law Offices is your local option.
Hurt at Work?
An injury at work or an illness that developed due to workplace conditions can impact your life and livelihood in many ways. Workers often don’t know where to go for medical help and may struggle financially if they are unable to work and earn wages while they recover.
If you were hurt at work, the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act provides you specific protections as an employee. Under this law, it is important to tell your boss that you have been injured immediately. Often, the best way to notify them is in writing, as this could become an important piece of evidence.
If your injury is an emergency, get help wherever you can and as soon as you can. If it’s less serious, be sure to use the doctor your employer chooses. If you use a different doctor, your employer’s worker’s compensation insurance provider may refuse to pay for your treatment.
Under the law, after you tell your employer that you have been hurt or have become ill due to workplace conditions, their worker’s compensation coverage should pay for your treatment and a portion of the wages you’ll lose while out of work.
If your employer’s insurance company denies your claim, the Greenville worker’s compensation lawyers of the Stewart Law Offices are here to stand up for you. We will help you secure the benefits you are entitled to, which may include reimbursement for your treatment and payment for missed days from work. If you have a permanent disability because of an injury sustained at your job, we can help secure long-term compensation for past and future medical care.
Let us stand up for your rights, while you take the time you need to heal.
Injured in a Car Accident?
If you have been injured in a South Carolina car accident, you can count on Stewart Law Offices for help holding the wrongful parties accountable. We have the experience you need and know that your first priority is healing.
Serious accidents may result in medical expenses so substantial that the at-fault driver’s policy will not cover the full extent of the damages. When a reckless or negligent driver’s actions have hurt you or your family, you should not have to bear the costs.
Our Greenville car accident lawyer will advocate for you, not the insurance company, and help secure your maximum compensation. We will fight on your behalf so that you can concentrate on your recovery.
Injured by Someone Else?
If you were injured in Greenville because another individual or business was negligent, we can help. Contact our Greenville personal injury lawyers at Stewart Law Offices, and we will help you get the compensation you deserve.
Whether it was intentional or simply negligent, the person who hurt you could owe you significant compensation. We will investigate the accident, gather all necessary records, and consult medical professionals to build the best possible case on your behalf. We’ll seek the maximum compensation possible for you, which includes damages including lost wages, medical bills, repair or replacement of damaged property, and pain and suffering.
We Fight to Win — For You
At Stewart Law Offices, our dedicated attorneys are on your team. It is our job to fight for you because you deserve the best representation. When you have been hurt, you should have the time and space you need to heal.
To do that, you need the help of qualified, professional, and compassionate lawyers. We will not rest until we have fought and won you the compensation you need. Insurance companies may tell you that they’re working in your best interest, when in fact they’re looking out only for themselves. Talk to us before you talk to them to help ensure you receive the best possible settlement.
We know that when you are hurt, another bill is the last thing you need. Because we operate using contingency fees, we will not be paid unless — and until — you are.* Our Greenville personal injury lawyers are ready to work for you, so come visit our Upstate office as soon as possible.
Directions to Our Greenville Office
The Stewart Law Offices location closest to Greenville is at 409 S Pine St, Spartanburg, SC 29302, just a half-hour from central Greenville.
Take I-85 N towards Spartanburg. Keep right at Exit 69 to merge onto the I-85 Freeway Loop marked “Spartanburg.” Continue for about five miles. Take exit 5A onto I-585 S/US-176 E (N Pine St). Continue for about four miles. Our office is on the left between Poplar and Woodland Streets. Turn left onto Woodland Street, and you will find our parking lot on the left. St. John’s Lutheran Church is just across the street.
Important Greenville Resources
After you have been injured, immediate medical care is your first step. You have options for emergency care in the Greenville area, including these hospitals:
- Baptist Easley Hospital
200 Fleetwood Drive
Easley, SC 29640
- Greenville Memorial Hospital (GMH)
701 Grove Road
Greenville, SC 29605
- Hillcrest Hospital
729 S.E. Main Street
Simpsonville, SC 29681
- North Greenville Hospital
807 N. Main St. (Hwy 276)
Travelers Rest, SC 29690
- St. Francis Downtown
1 St. Francis Drive
Greenville, SC 29601
Greenville Law Enforcement
If you are in a car accident, it may be important to file a report with the police. If you are in danger call 911. In a non-emergency situation, contact the police department or sheriff’s office.
- City of Greenville, SC, Police Department
4 McGee St.
Greenville, SC 29601
- Greenville County Sheriff’s Office
4 McGee Street
Greenville, SC 29601
If you need a copy of an accident report that you made, you can call the office of Public Records at 864-467-5257.
Courts Serving Greenville, South Carolina
Greenville is served by multiple court systems, including the municipal court system and the unified state court system. The Municipal Court generally handles smaller cases like misdemeanors, traffic violations, and city code violations, while the Circuit Court hears all kinds of civil and criminal cases, such as personal injury and car accident claims. You can find the location of both these Greenville courts here:
- Greenville County Circuit Court
Greenville County Courthouse
305 E. North Street
Greenville, SC 29601
- Greenville Municipal Court
426 N Main Street
Greenville, SC 29601
About Greenville, South Carolina
Greenville is the hub of South Carolina’s Upstate region. It is a vibrant community with 65,000 people in the city and about a half-million in the county. Officially founded in 1831, the city has long been attractive for its many resources. Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, it has natural attractions like Falls Park on the Reedy and Paris Mountain State Park. Along the Reedy River, you can find plenty of green space at Cleveland Park and visit the Greenville Zoo. There are cultural attractions like Peace Center, the Greenville County Museum of Art, and the Roper Mountain Science Center.
Every year, the city hosts several exciting events, including Artisphere to celebrate visual art, the Fall for Greenville music and food festival, and the BMW Charity Pro-Am golf tournament. If you enjoy sports, the Greenville Drive play single A baseball at the Greenville Municipal Stadium and the Greenville Swamp Rabbits play hockey at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.
You can find more information about the city of Greenville and the Greenville County code of ordinances here: