Goose Creek is a city in Berkeley and Charleston counties in South Carolina. The population was 29,208 at the 2000 census.
The City of Goose Creek was established in 1961, but has been established for many centuries. In early colonial times the term "Goose Creek men" was used for a group of colonists, mostly settled a few miles west of Charleston near a stream called Goose Creek. The Goose Creek men became leaders of the early Indian trade, and by the 1690s many held important offices in the colonial government. At first the Goose Creek men dealt mainly in Indian slaves, while later the deerskin trade dominated.
The personal injury accident lawyers at Shelly Leeke Law Firm serve all of Charleston County, including Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. Our offices represent people injured in accidents. Whether car accidents, trucking accidents, motor vehicle accidents, accidents involving children and minors, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, dog bite or animal attacks, slip & fall accidents, wrongful death accidents or worker's compensation accidents. The firm represents a variety of accident cases, but is very selective in the cases in which it handles. The firm's policy is to only accept cases where the injuries are serious in nature. Shelly Leeke Law Firm offers free case evaluations for all South Carolina accident victims. Contact our office at 843-277-6061 or toll-free at 888-690-0211. You can also contact us online through the website. We offer office consultations, or if you cannot come to us, we also offer in home and hospital case evaluations.
Shelly Leeke Law Firm is a Charleston law firm that focuses strictly on personal injury cases. Most of our cases involve representing injury and accident victims against insurance companies. We represent clients in all of Charleston, including Mt. Pleasant and throughout the State of South Carolina. Many of our cases are able to be settled without filing a lawsuit. However, if the insurance company is not offering a fair settlement for our client, we are prepared to file a lawsuit and litigate the case in court.