At the Joye Law Firm’s Myrtle Beach office, we handle personal injury and workers’ compensation cases. I represent clients in both of those areas.
When a client first comes in, I explain the law and the process. I explain to them what they can expect as far as contact with the office and what the case manager’s role is, and when negotiations can be started, which is not until their initial medical treatment ends.
At the Joye law firm, we help people in a difficult situation, and hopefully at the end of the process they are satisfied. They’ll know they have gotten a fair result.
When clients leave the initial meeting, I want them to be comfortable and reassured that their case is going to be processed in a timely manner. They know they’ll be notified of anything that happens in the case. They know that they can contact our office any time and will get a quick response.
It’s tough to go through the whole process but we know we have done our best when clients are pleased with the way we’ve treated them and their claim.
John Roxon has practiced law for more than 30 years. During that time, his practice has concentrated on representing injured people, both those injured on the job and because of the negligence of others. He also has handled cases involving insurance disputes and bad faith refusal to pay insurance benefits to policyholders.
John received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland, College Park, and his law degree from the University of Maryland School of Law.
After law school, John served as law clerk to the Honorable Graydon S. McKee Ill, the Chief Administrative Judge for the Seventh Judicial Circuit in Maryland. John moved to South Carolina in 1991 and worked for a firm in Charleston, handling workers’ compensation and personal injury cases. He ran his own practice for 10 years. In 2009, he joined Joye Law Firm and opened the firm’s Myrtle Beach office.
John is a member of the South Carolina Bar Association and has served from 2017 to 2020 on its Board of Governors. John has twice served on the Bar Association’s House of Delegates: from 2015-2017 and again from 2020-2022. He is a member of the South Carolina Bar Foundation, the Bar’s charitable arm, and was elected in 2020 to the Foundation’s Board of Governors.
Since 2015, John has been in the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group. He also has had memberships since 2009 in the Injured Workers’ Advocates and the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Educational Association. He is a member of the General Council for the South Carolina Bar’s Workers’ Compensation Committee.
John has been listed in Super Lawyers since 2017 and has enjoyed a 10.0 Avvo rating since that time. In 2019, he received the Avvo Client’s Choice Award.
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