“I am proud to be serving my hometown, my friends and neighbors right here in the Upstate,” says Attorney Davis Rice.
Clinton, SC (PRWEB) November 27, 2013
The personal injury lawyers at the Joye Law Firm have helped accident and injury victims throughout the state of South Carolina since 1968. Today, the firm can better serve residents of the Upstate through their newest office location at 509 North Broad Street in Clinton.
“We have always thought of ourselves as a ‘South Carolina’ law firm. We help people from every corner of the state,” explains Joye Law Firm’s Managing Partner, Ken Harrell. “Our new Clinton office represents a strong commitment to better serving the people of the Upstate. We’re a real member of this community now, and we’re help to help.”
Joye’s Upstate office is led by Clinton native, Davis Rice. Rice is a graduate of Clinton High School, a four-year baseball letterman at Presbyterian College and a law degree recipient from the University of South Carolina School Of Law. Davis worked in Charleston for a number of years before moving back to the Upstate and becoming the local face of Joye Law Firm’s northwestern expansion.
“I am proud to be serving my hometown, my friends and neighbors right here in the Upstate,” says Rice. “The Joye Law Firm provides top-notch customer service, and we have a proven track record of success. I think the people here will appreciate and benefit from the high level of legal services that we can provide locally.”
Joye’s office is open daily from 8AM to 5PM. In addition to free, in-office consultations, the firm provides in-home and in-hospital consultations (by appointment) at no charge. Joye provides legal services for victims of car accidents, workplace injuries, personal injuries and those seeking Social Security and Veteran’s Disability benefits.
“Sometimes businesses will just throw a sign on an empty building and say it is a ‘local’ office,” said Harrell. “But this is different. We have a dedicated lawyer here in the Upstate - day-in and day-out - to help folks from this part of the state with car accidents, work injuries, and disability claims.”