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Trial Attorneys and Counselors at Law. In South Carolina & Georgia Since 1991.
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(803) 220-2345
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(803) 220-2345

Services

Criminal Law

CRIMINAL/TRAFFIC-RELATED CHARGES
We offer a free consultation in these types of cases and can offer advice on what you or your loved one's options are in any pending criminal matter in the state.
  • Felonies/Misdemeanors
  • Pretrial Bonds
  • Trial or Plea Bargains
  • All Hearings/Any Court
  • Traffic Offenses
  • Drug Cases/Possession/Distribution
  • Drunk Driving
  • Theft
  • White Collar Crimes
  • Embezzlement
  • Bad Checks
  • Forgery
  • Criminal Domestic Violence (CDV)
For general information related to your criminal charges or criminal background – you may obtain a criminal records check available to you through the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division's (SLED) website:
www.sled.sc.gov
For general information on any traffic related matters, such as traffic tickets and/or DUI and/or other alcohol-related charges, you may obtain information about your licensing or suspension or reinstatement at the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (SC DMV) website:
www.scdmvonline.com
None of this information is provided as legal advice and is simply intended to be general information to give you a better understanding of what may be involved in your case. It is not a substitute for legal advice. You should make an appointment with an attorney to obtain the legal advice and direction you need to understand your case and what may be best for you.

Personal Injury

CIVIL AND PERSONAL INJURY LITIGATION
This firm represents both plaintiffs and defendants, private individuals and businesses, in all types of civil litigation matters in State and Federal Courts all over the State of South Carolina and the State of Georgia, We generally do not charge consultation fees to talk to you about your potential case in these types of matters. Further, in some cases, we work on a contingency basis, which means that you do not have to pay attorney’s fees up front, and the fees are taken from the recovery that is obtained on your behalf. These types of fees are not allowed in all cases and you are always expected to pay the actual costs incurred in your case.
In personal injury matters, including the death of a loved one, the law is complex and involved. Automobile accidents involve insurance coverage related to both property damage and bodily injury. The insurance coverage involved may not only be the coverage of the at-fault party/parties, but also the insurance coverage that other drivers who are not at fault have and even the insurance coverage of the injured party/parties themselves.
  • Auto/Truck Accidents
  • Nursing Home Injuries/Neglect/Abuse
  • Wrongful Death
Because of the complex nature of this, it is important to obtain legal advice before making any decision or signing any documents that could affect your rights in any way. It is always better to make an informed decision, so get advice and find out what your rights are.
None of this information is provided as legal advice and is simply intended to be general information to give you a better understanding of what may be involved in your case. It is not a substitute for legal advice. You should make an appointment with an attorney to obtain the legal advice and direction you need to understand your case and what may be best for you.

Family Law

FAMILY COURT/DOMESTIC CUSTODY ACTIONS
This firm represents clients in all types of domestic or family court cases all over the State of South Carolina. We handle divorce matters, custody actions, separate support and maintenance actions and child support issues. We charge a consultation fee of $200 to meet with you and discuss your case. If you decide to retain the services of our office, we apply this consultation fee to the retainer cost.
  • Divorce (Contested and Uncontested)
  • DSS
  • Child Support and Modification
  • Custody and Visitation
  • Alimony and Modification​
  • Adoptions
  • Paternity and Legitimization
  • Guardianships
  • Premarital Agreements
Virtually every family court matter in the state requires the parties involved to file Financial Declaration for the Court's consideration. Additionally, in almost every matter involving child support, the Court will look to the South Carolina Child Support Guidelines. You may get a general idea of what the Guidelines require and what your or your spouse's child support obligation may be by using the child support calculator available on the Department of Social Services (DSS) website:
None of this information is provided as legal advice and is simply intended to be general information to give you a better understanding of what may be involved in your case. It is not a substitute for legal advice. You should make an appointment with an attorney to obtain the legal advice and direction you need to understand your case and what may be best for you.

DUI Traffic

DUI TRAFFIC OFFENSES
This film represents defendants in all types of criminal and/or traffic related cases, We handle criminal cases in federal and state court all over the State of North Carolina, and we also handle all misdemeanor and/or traffic related charges pending in all magistrate and city courts.

  • DUI Defense/Any Court
  • Jury Trials
  • Administrative Hearings
  • Drivers’ Licenses
In certain circumstances, with DUI or alcohol related charges, you may qualify for a provisional license or route restricted license which will allow you to continue to drive with limitations during your suspension. General information related to these types of temporary licenses is available at the following DMV informational website:

Employment Law

EMPLOYMENT LAW/DISCRIMINATION BASED ON RACE, SEX, AGE
This firm represents clients on all types of employment and/or discrimination cases in state and federal courts all over the State of South Carolina and the State of Georgia. We generally do not charge consultation fees to talk to you about your potential case in these types of matters. Further, in some cases, we work on a contingency basis, which means that you do not have to pay attorney’s fees up front and the fees are taken from the recovery that is obtained on your behalf. These types of fees are not allowed in all cases and you are always expected to pay the actual costs incurred in your case.
Generally, both South Carolina and Georgia are employment-at-will states. This means that you can be fired for almost any reason and can also quit your job for any reason without there being civil legal consequences.
  • Discrimination Due to Disability, Sex, Race or Age
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Harassment
  • Title VII, ADEA and ADA
If you work under the terms of a contract, whether written or sometimes oral, the terms of this employment-at-will may be modified and both you and your employer may have responsibilities under the terms of the contract. In some circumstances, an employment handbook can contain such obligations.
If you feel you are being treated differently or discriminated against because of your race, your sex, or your age, you may be protected by certain federal laws that prohibit this type of conduct. To obtain general information about these federal laws and what the time requirements are for filling claims regarding discrimination and the claim forms necessary to proceed, you should consult the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) website:
Additionally, the South Carolina Human Affairs Commission, which also investigates allegations of discrimination in the workplace, has information available about these types of claims and the requirements for pursuing such a cause of action available on their website:
None of this information is provided as legal advice and is simply intended to be general information to give you a better understanding of what may be involved in your case. It is not a substitute for legal advice. You should make an appointment with an attorney to obtain the legal advice and direction you need to understand your case and what may be best for you.

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Anderson & Anderson LLP
211 York St NE
Aiken, SC 29801

Phone: (803) 220-2345
Aiken: (803) 648-6000
Augusta: (706) 828-7766
Fax: (803) 648-0888


Business Hours
Mon - Fri: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM