When you need a Greenville personal injury lawyer, we will come to you

You shouldn’t pay for someone else’s mistakes and you shouldn’t have to fight insurance companies. If you’ve been injured, we will fight for the money you deserve.

Welcome to The Joel Bieber Law Firm - Greenville

The world has changed and people no longer accept responsibility for their actions that cause personal injury to others. If you feel like you have a  Greenville personal injury claim, the insurance companies and corporations have the resources and lawyers to make your life difficult, even when the fault falls on their client. Let our team of experienced Greenville personal injury lawyers help you!

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Personal Injury Lawyer in Greenville , SC

When you need someone in your corner to help you hold another party accountable for your injuries, call the Joel Bieber Firm.

With decades of experience fighting for unfairly injured clients, we’ve built a reputation as a firm that doesn’t back down. We may be able to help you get justice if you or a loved one is facing the consequences of an injury caused by another.

Our experienced Greenville personal injury lawyers are ready to review your case. Call today to schedule a free consultation.

Types of Greenville Personal Injury Cases We Handle:

We work on behalf of those people who have suffered a personal injury through no fault of their own, most often times through the negligence of someone else. Some of our more typical West Virginia personal injury cases include car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck and delivery vehicle accidents, and dog bites. Don’t see your circumstances listed below, don’t worry, it is very likely that the injury you have suffered is one that we have worked with before, please call us to discuss the specifics of your situation. Negligence comes in many different forms including dangerous drugs, unsafe products and improperly maintained premises.

Compensation for Personal Injuries

In many cases, justice requires those who harm others to pay for the losses they create. However, injury victims must follow a specific process to receive remuneration. 

Proving Negligence and Duty

Personal injury claims based on negligence require your Greenville personal injury lawyer to demonstrate that someone owed you a duty of care and failed in this duty. For example, a surgeon owes a duty of care to their patient. If they perform substandard work, they’ve effectively violated their duty.

Causation and Damages

Your attorney will also have to prove that you suffered some sort of damages or loss and that the negligence caused it — simply proving negligence without linking it to your injury and losses is not enough. In some cases, there may be more than one cause to blame for your injuries. 

Why Choose the Joel Bieber Firm?

As much as we care about your well-being, it’s our results that really count. When you work with one of our Greenville personal injury lawyers, you stand to recover more than four times the amount of compensation you would get by going through the process on your own.

We know how to deal with insurance companies that attempt to lowball our clients, and we’re prepared to bring our 400+ years of collective experience to bear on your case. Call our Greenville office today for a free consultation.

Personal Injury Situations

Actionable personal injury cases can occur in many different ways. Most happen due to simple negligence, although some are caused by reckless and intentional behavior. 

Traffic Accidents

As you well know, traffic accidents can be deadly and destructive events. Unfortunately, many of the accidents we see in South Carolina and across the nation are preventable, caused by individuals who fail to exercise proper care when driving.

Slip and Fall

Anytime you’re on someone else’s property, they have a duty to ensure their premises are reasonably safe for their advertised usage. Despite this, broken steps, slippery driveways, and faulty handrails are all common hazards that can lead to injury accidents.

Sexual Assault

Personal injury cases stemming from sexual assault aren’t the results of negligence. Instead, they’re known as intentional torts, or acts committed on purpose. Rape, sexual assault, and incest are all examples of actions that can support a personal injury claim for sexual assault.

Dog Attacks

With the number of dogs in the US inching closer and closer to 100 million, it’s no surprise that dog attacks are on the rise. Fortunately, South Carolina law favors dog-bite victims by holding dog owners and handlers strictly liable for the injuries caused by their pets. 

Defective Products

Consumers have the right to expect that the products they buy and use are safe. However, some products have manufacturing or design defects that make them dangerous. Depending on the nature of the defect, anyone from the designer to the retailer may be liable.

Nursing Home Neglect and Abuse

Sadly, many elderly individuals face neglect and abuse from their caregivers. Common forms of cruel or insufficient treatment include:

  • Failure to provide adequate food and water
  • Failure to care for hygiene and other personal needs
  • Failure to provide a clean and safe residence and restroom facilities
  • Financial exploitation and abuse

In suits involving nursing home neglect and abuse, the nursing home itself can be held liable along with any individual staff members who were negligent. 

Medical Malpractice

Healthcare providers have high standards to meet when caring for patients, and they, too, can be held accountable when their negligence results in harm. Doctors, nurses, hospitals, and clinics can all be forced to provide compensation when their actions result in injury or losses.

Frequently Asked Questions

Injury victims in South Carolina have three years to file a personal injury lawsuit. Once this time has passed, the claim will likely be void.


With that being said, there are some exceptions to the statute of limitations. As such, you should still reach out for a meeting with a Greenville personal injury lawyer, even if your injury occurred more than three years ago.

You’ll be charged on a contingency basis, which means zero upfront costs. Once your case is resolved and you receive a settlement or a verdict, your attorney’s fees will be calculated based on the total you’re awarded. In the event you receive nothing, you’ll pay nothing.
It depends. As you’ve read, there are many kinds of personal injury cases, each with its unique set of facts and considerations. As such, it’s difficult, if not impossible, to know how long your case may take without first meeting with you.
Because personal injury cases are so unique, we can’t predict the amount of compensation you’ll receive until we review your claim. Even then, it will likely be impossible to give you an exact amount. However, we will be able to provide you with a ballpark estimate once we’ve gone over the circumstances of your case.
Don’t get shortchanged by a penny-pinching insurance company. Contact our Greenville personal injury lawyer to get the justice you deserve and potentially increase your odds of receiving a higher settlement award.

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Greenville Office

15 S. Main Street, Suite 600 
Greenville, SC 29601
Phone: 864-740-1155


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