Serving Charleston & Summerville SC
Thurmond Kirchner & Timbes, P.A. helps individuals who have been injured, through no fault of their own, as a result of someone else’s negligence.
When you are involved in an accident and suffer damages, you are legally entitled to be compensated by the negligent and responsible parties, or their insurance carriers.
Although it may be tempting to fight insurance companies on your own, the simple truth is that insurance companies do not have your best interests at heart.
You need to be confident that you are receiving the legal representation that you deserve in your efforts to achieve your desired result.
The personal injury lawyers at TKT Law Firm fight back against the insurance companies to make sure that you are heard.
Our personal injury attorney understands what you are going through, and we are here to walk with you and your loved ones through this difficult time.
Our primary focus will always be getting the best results for you.
Whether you are looking for a South Carolina motorcycle accident lawyer, a car accident lawyer or wrongful death attorney– our team will work hard on your case. We provide free, no obligation case evaluations.
In accidents involving personal injury, time is of the essence. Contact us today for a free initial consultation if you would like to discuss the value of your personal injury or wrongful death case with an attorney.
Call us at 843-937-8000 or contact us online. Our lawyers are eager to help solve your legal problems.
No information that you obtain from this web site is legal advice, nor is it intended to be. You should consult an attorney for individualized advice regarding your own unique situation. Please do not send any confidential information in your message as the information you provide may not be deemed confidential. Use of this website and your request for a consultation does not create an attorney-client relationship with Thurmond Kirchner & Timbes, P.A. or any of our attorneys.
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*The attorney fee will be a percentage of the total recovery, and it will be computed before any expenses are deducted from the recovery. Unless otherwise noted in the fee agreement, the client will not be responsible for costs if no recovery is made.