Attorney Bert LouthianBert Louthian has been practicing law in Columbia with his father, Herb, since 1985. Louthian Law, P.A. remains Family-Owned and Family-Focused.
REASONS TO WORK WITH US
80 years of experience –Our personal injury lawyers have more than eight decades of experience helping regular people in South Carolina. Our experience can work to your advantage.
on your side.
Reasoned advice from seasoned professionals.Sound advice is one of the most valuable benefits an attorney can provide. We have the perspective to offer valuable guidance.
Listening hard. Working harder.Many get frustrated because they feel like no one will listen to them. That doesn’t happen at the Louthian Law Firm.
When Life Goes Wrong, We Fight for What’s Right.If you are seeking the assistance of a personal injury lawyer, it is almost certainly because you are facing the aftermath of a traumatic life event. Let our experienced legal professionals handle your case while you focus on what is most important – your health, your family and your life.
Hands-on help. Exceptional results.You need a personal injury lawyer who will work with you one-on-one to help you get results. Our personal injury attorneys are very proud of our track record. You can find out more on our Representative Cases page.
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1116 Blanding Street, Suite 300
Columbia, SC 29201
DO YOU HAVE A CASE?
The initial consultation is free and there is no obligation.
A serious personal injury accident can result in life-altering injuries that can leave you and your family overwhelmed. Our personal injury lawyers can address your questions and provide information about what compensation and resources are available for you.
Our lawyers have represented injury accident victims in South Carolina since 1959. We can answer your questions about auto insurance, filing accident claims and what compensation may be available for you. Car Accidents can be complex – get help today.
Could the accident have been prevented? Our attorneys investigate to determine the cause(s) of the work injury and identify all at-fault parties (employer negligence; defective equipment; third-party company, and others).
Slip & Fall
Nothing to laugh at: Falls can result in serious injury including bone fractures and neck/spine injuries. Our premises injury lawyers investigate claims of property negligence, poorly designed public areas, sidewalk dangers and other causes of trips and falls.
Personal Injury Lawyers
Since 1959, our primary goal is taking care of the needs of our personal injury and accident clients. Our attorneys handle each case on an individual basis and deal directly with our clients. When you retain our firm you will always speak directly with Bert & Herb Louthian.
Don’t get lost in the shuffle with larger law firms. We are a Columbia, SC family-owned, family-focused law firm. Our accident attorneys assist clients across South Carolina, including Columbia, Rock Hill, Spartanburg, Charleston, Florence, Richland County, Orangeburg, North Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Summerville and the coastal communities Myrtle Beach and Hilton Head. Call to speak with Personal Injury Attorneys Bert or Herb today – for free: (888) 311-6184.
Seeking Truth. Securing Justice.
In conference rooms and courtrooms, our personal injury attorneys do battle because we believe in the rights and power of hardworking people. We believe you deserve more than a chance – you deserve a voice. You deserve the truth. You deserve justice.
What Will It Cost?
It won’t cost you anything to discuss your injury lawsuit with us. In fact, you will never owe us a dime in attorney’s fees until you recover compensation on your claim. If we handle your case, our fee will be a set percentage of any money we obtain for you.
FROM OUR BLOG
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