Shelly Leeke Law Firm is a proud sponsor of the 21st Annual CYDC Golf Classic, presented by Delaney Oyster House! Shelly Leeke Law Firm team of players that participated are Terry Wise, Derek Miller, Johnny Stewart and Eddie Brasher. This event raised over $67,000 to support the youth and families served by CYDC. Carolina Youth Development Center… Read More
Shelly Leeke Law Firm has been named as one of the Roaring Twenties winners for the year 2021 as recognized by SC Biz News. This honor is based upon analysis of financial statements, which determined dollar and percentage increase in revenues of South Carolina-based companies. You can view the complete list of winners that will… Read More
Report the accident by calling the nearest police department or 911. Even if it is a minor collision, you should still report the accident to protect yourself in case of a liability claim by the other party. Safety first. Get out of the roadway. Each year hundreds of pedestrians in South Carolina are injured or… Read More
An actionable personal injury occurs when a person is injured because someone else was careless or negligent. The injury may be to your body, your mind, or your emotions. A personal injury can occur when someone is injured in a car or truck, a motorcycle, a bicycle, a boat, or someone else’s vehicle on someone… Read More
We have been closely and continuously monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic. After carefully considering the best interests of our clients and staff, and in order to most effectively serve our clients with little disruption, we have made the proactive decision to limit in person access by the public at all of our office locations. We will… Read More
Being of service is what defines our firm and the spirit of Thanksgiving brings people together in the most wonderful way. Throughout Shelly Leeke Law Firm’s history of helping great people across South Carolina, we continue our impact in its communities in celebration. This year, the Shelly Leeke Firm’s Annual Fall Festival kicks off in… Read More
If you are familiar with Facebook, you are probably familiar with quizzes like these. They seem fun and innocent but what you might not realize is once you answer the questions giving them personal information, it’s open to the public. There’s no way to know who is looking at your answers or how they are being used. Because of this, experts are warning you to take a step back and think about what you’re sharing.
Workplace injuries can be very stressful and overwhelming. Not only are you now injured, but the injury might prevent you from being able to work and make money. Your bills keep coming in so where do you go from there? The answer to this question is simple: talk to an attorney. A workers’ compensation attorney is very skilled in knowing exactly what to do to relieve much of your stress by fighting to get you the compensation you deserve.
There are many different types of wrongful death. An action may be brought by the victim’s estate for a wrongful death and/or a survivorship claim. This allows the victim’s surviving family (heirs) to make a claim for compensation on behalf of and for the loss of their loved one. Check out this blog where we outline 4 common types of wrongful death cases.
Everyone can agree that it can be very stressful to have to spend a lot of money to fix your car after an accident. But even if you never get in an accident, if you aren’t careful you could end up spending a lot of money to keep your car running smoothly.