If you are bringing a claim against someone who has injured you or are defending yourself in a criminal case brought by the government, preparation for the possibility of trial should begin at the outset of the attorney/client relationship. You should have a lawyer who has the willingness and expertise to try your case well.
Many of the most important actions taken by a personal injury attorney happen in the early stages of client representation. Witnesses can quickly disappear, memories can fade, and crucial evidence can be lost. Whether your case is concluded through negotiation and settlement or by trial in one of South Carolina courts, diligent preparation produces the best results.
Many lawyers advertise themselves as trial lawyers. But becoming a skilled trial lawyer takes years of hard work and experience in successfully presenting cases to juries. Choosing a lawyer may be one of the most important decisions you will ever make, and can have a profound impact on the outcome of your case and your future.
Cameron Marshall has been practicing law in the Low country for over twenty-two years. Our law firm in South Carolina is determined, experienced and focused on the daily needs of our clients.
“I was pulled over on my way home after leaving a bar downtown. The officer said I was swerving and charged...”R.G.
“I came to Mr. Marshall seeking legal assistance. Mr. Marshall not only was professional, but very personable.”Gloria P.
Cameron Marshall is a lifelong resident of Charleston, South Carolina. He graduated from Davidson College in 1986 and received his law degree from the University of South Carolina in 1991. Mr. Marshall served as an assistant state prosecutor in Charleston from 1991-2000. He has been a solo practitioner since 2000. His major practice areas are wrongful death, serious personal injury, medical malpractice and criminal defense, including many DUI and drug offense cases.
While in law school, Mr. Marshall was a recipient of the American Jurisprudence Award, given to the... Read More