The attorneys at Joye Law Firm are prepared to assist you during the confusing and chaotic period following an accident that causes serious injuries in Laurens County. Since 1968, we have helped injured individuals and workers throughout South Carolina recover the compensation they deserve and need to move on with their lives. Our track record includes numerous multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements in personal injury and wrongful death cases involving matters such as:
The firm has also assisted many clients secure the workers’ compensation and Social Security disability benefits they need and deserve.
With nearly 250 years of combined litigation experience, some of our attorneys have been named Super Lawyers in South Carolina and received an AV rating from the distinguished Martindale-Hubbell legal directory. For a free case evaluation, call us today at 877-936-9707 or use our online form.
Laurens County Hospitals & Medical Centers
If you have been injured in your daily life or at the workplace, you may need immediate and ongoing medical treatment. Hospitals and other major medical centers serving Laurens County and the surrounding area include:
- Laurens County Memorial Hospital, Clinton
- Hillcrest Memorial Hospital, Simpsonville
- Children’s Medical Center, Simpsonville
- Wallace Thomson Hospital, Union
Laurens County Court System
Laurens County is located in the 8th Judicial Circuit. The Court of Common Pleas is the Circuit Court branch that has jurisdiction over civil cases in Laurens County in which the value at stake exceeds $7,500. Cases involving less than $7,500 are heard in the Small Claims Magistrates’ Court. The Court of Common Pleas and Clerk of Court are located at 100 Hillcrest Square, Laurens, SC 29360. The court’s general phone number is (864) 984-2076.
The state agency in charge of administering the workers’ compensation laws in South Carolina is the S.C. Workers’ Compensation Commission. The agency is broken into districts, with Laurens County in District 2. Informal conferences and hearings before deputy commissioners are held within this district, while appeals go to the Full Commission and, if necessary, the S.C. Court of Appeals and Supreme Court. More information about the S.C. Workers’ Compensation Commission can be found by calling (803) 737-5700.