Joye Law Firm is proud to have five attorneys selected by their peers for inclusion in 2018 Best Lawyers in America®.
Senior Partner, Attorney Mark Joye, was selected for his work in Personal Injury, as was Attorney Sydney Lynn. Managing Partner, Attorney Ken Harrell, along with Attorneys Matt Jackson and Pat Jennings were recognized for their work in Workers’ Compensation law.
It is an honor to have such a large number of attorneys from the same firm recognized in a single edition of Best Lawyers ©.
Joye Law Firm prides itself on providing the best possible representation to South Carolinians pursing personal injury or workers’ compensation claims. Founded in 1968, the firm will soon celebrate 50 years of helping injured people. In that time, the firm has grown a national reputation for legal ethics and skill, and has secured over half a billion dollars in verdicts and settlements for clients.
The firm has the resources and nimbleness to handle case both large and small, while maintaining high levels of customer service.
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