Many types of accidents can cause traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), including falls and car crashes. The most common and well-known form of a TBI is a concussion. TBIs can range in severity from minor to severe, and even minor TBIs… read more
Who Pays The Hospital Bill and Lifelong Care Costs for Pedestrians With Severe Brain Injuries? In Clinton and throughout the upstate, walking is a excellent form of recreation. Whether you are out for an afternoon stroll or headed out to… read more
While Clinton, South Carolina is home to only 8,000 people, one of the most dangerous trucking highways in the country passes through our home town. Every year the Department of Transportation makes a list of the most dangerous highways in… read more
Some of the most serious injuries that can be sustained in personal injury accidents are injuries to the head. A traumatic brain injury – often abbreviated “TBI” – can vary in severity from mild concussions that leave minimal lasting injuries… read more
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can occur anytime there is a bump or blow to the head. TBI is known as the silent epidemic, and is one of the least understood causes of death and disability in the United States…. read more
People who suffer from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) often have an extended, difficult recovery and experience symptoms that last long after the initial injury. The impact of a TBI can include enduring social, emotional, physical, functional and cognitive issues… read more
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is the top cause of death among children and teens, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). TBIs, which are caused by a bump or blow to the head that disrupts normal brain… read more
Advocates for veterans suspect that 10 to 20 percent of Iraq veterans have some form of traumatic brain injury. That means 150,000 to 300,000 veterans are living with this condition. The source of these disabling injuries among veterans often is… read more
A recent study by British and Swedish researchers found that individuals with traumatic brain injuries are three times more likely than people in the general population to die prematurely, particularly from suicide, injuries and assaults. The report, which was published… read more
Every year, there are an average of 1,165 non-fatal traumatic brain injuries in South Carolina related to sports and recreation activities, according to state health statistics. In fact, approximately 21 percent of all traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) nationally are among… read more
JOYE RECOGNIZED STATEWIDESelected to the Super Lawyers' Top 10 List in South Carolina.
Each year, Super Lawyers recognizes the top lawyers in South Carolina and we are incredibly honored for Mark C. Joye to have been named one of the Top 10 Super Lawyers in South Carolina for 2016. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
Mark C. Joye is not only a highly respected personal injury attorney who handles a full spectrum of cases, from brain injuries and defective products to nursing home abuse and workers' compensation, but he is a strong advocate for positive change in his profession and community. He has also served as lead counsel in numerous cases involving victims who suffered catastrophic injuries or wrongful death through car or trucking accidents.
JOYE IN THE COMMUNITYGiving back to our area is important to us.
From our offices in Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Clinton, and Columbia, SC, we have been fighting to help people face legal challenges since 1968. Our lawyers and staff devote just as much assistance to our community as we do to our clients. We have been giving back to the local area for many years and continue to serve our neighbors through programs such as the Joye Law Firm Annual Scholarship Program and community service initiatives for our annual charitable partner of the year.