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Have You Been Injured? Do You Have A Criminal Or Family Law Problem And Need Professional Representation? We Can Help! Established in Columbia, South Carolina in 1993 Burriss & Ridgeway Injury Lawyers have gained a reputation throughout South Carolina as a law firm that cares about its clients. We Have The Experience & Knowledge Your Case Deserves!
By narrowing their focus and giving special attention to injury cases, attorneys Hank Burriss and Wayne Ridgeway have created a unique style of providing legal services with an effective balance of compassion, experience, knowledge and tenacity.
The Burriss & Ridgeway success is based on a mission to work intelligently and persistently on every client’s behalf while using the latest technology. Our team believes quality communication is a key to solving clients’ problems by keeping clients well informed at every stage of their personal injury or WORKERS’ COMPENSATION case. We represent clients across South Carolina and are conveniently located in South Carolina with offices in Columbia, Lexington and Orangeburg.
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Nursing Home Negligence or Abuse
Motorcycle Injury Accidents
Slip And Fall Accidents
Product Liability Cases
Wrongful Death Accidents
Medical Malpractice Cases
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