Columbia, South Carolina is a very popular tourist destination. As the capital city of South Carolina, it brings those who want to visit the state house and other government-related attractions as well as visitors seeking a peek into the relaxed,… read more
Auto recalls have become a common occurrence. In 2014, there were more vehicles recalled than in any other year. ABC News reports that a total of 550 recall notices were issued for more than 52 million vehicles that year. And… read more
Another month, another air bag recall. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently announced the recall of 2.12 million previously recalled cars to again address faulty air bags. The air bags could deploy inadvertently, without warning and without the… read more
A large portion of U.S. farmers’ income is dependent on international exports of their crops. For instance, 40 percent of the corn grown by U.S. farmers is exported. So when a company introduced genetically modified (GMO) seed into the U.S…. read more
When you think of defective products, you probably think of faulty medical devices, dangerous medications or even the recent rash of car recalls. But toys can also be dangerous and defective, putting children in peril. While there are laws and… read more
Car recalls have been in the news a lot lately. But no recall could potentially be as big as the problem with Takata air bags, which can explode, sending shards of metal into the passengers the devices are supposed to… read more
You’ve seen the commercials on TV – a new drug will help treat a certain medical condition followed by a listing of the many possible side effects. One of the newest blood thinners on the market, Xarelto, is being touted… read more
Although a tire may have plenty of tread, it’s important to check the tire’s age to make sure it is safe. Compounds within the tire itself deteriorate over time, and undetectable cracks inside the tire can cause the steel belts… read more
At least 13 people have been killed because of defective ignition switches in General Motors cars that are the subject of a massive recall. The automaker initially recalled 780,000 compact cars in February and has expanded the recall twice since… read more
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has published a warning that the anti-seizure medication Onfi (clobazam) may cause severe skin problems leading to permanent injury or even death. While the skin reactions are rare, the potential for serious harm is… 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.