Complex Civil Litigation

Experience matters. Results matter. While easy to file, the prosecution or defense of a civil lawsuit requires careful evaluation, thoughtful planning, and diligent execution. It also requires patience, persistence, and strategic use of resources.

Belser Law Firm has extensive experience with demonstrated beneficial results for individuals and businesses at the trial and appellate levels in each of South Carolina’s State and Federal courts, as well as in arbitrations. Our experience has led us to represent both Plaintiffs and Defendants in a variety of matters and industries. Whether it is a dispute with an individual, business, an insurance company, or a governmental body, we take a personalized approach to each case and work tirelessly to understand and achieve our clients’ goals.

Whether the dispute is over a contract, an injury, or a property right, we know that the best way to be a persuasive advocate is to treat every case as if it is our own. Although many cases settle before trial as a result of preparation, the attorneys at Belser Law Firm will be prepared to present your case to a judge, jury, or arbitrator.

Representative matters include:

  • Contract Disputes
  • Business Tort Claims
  • Personal Injury / Wrongful Death Claims
  • Whistleblower Actions
  • Construction Matters
  • Insurance Coverage Claims
We look forward to discussing your complex civil litigation matter. Please contact us or call 803.929.0096.

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