Injury | Criminal | Family


your first important decision is which law firm to use

Our team of qualified attorneys are standing by to help clients tackle their serious personal injury, criminal defense, or family law case.  So whether you’re facing a serious injury, have been injured on the job or on the road, have been accused of a crime, or going through divorce, we can help you. Try not to worry. Call us now and get some answers and options. You’re going to feel better after you learn what to expect and what you are facing. So call now.

here’s Why you should hire us

  Robert J. Reeves is a practicing trial lawyer with over 32 years of experience resolving cases like yours. Zac Fry is a former SC prosecutor who now defends those individuals accused of a crime. And Cody Burgin practices exclusively in family law and helps individuals going through divorce and child custody issues. Every case is different, but our approach is always the same. We do our very best to help you get through this difficult time in your life. In addition to our experience, we also believe in direct lawyer access. Consequently, every client has their attorney’s mobile phone number and email address. When you have questions or concerns, even after regular office hours or on the weekends, we will be there to give you answers so that you can sleep better that night. After all, we know you are counting on us. We take that responsibility very seriously. Call now and let’s get started on solving your problem.

Call (704) 351-7979 MOBILE DIRECT now for answers and options.

Our Credentials

  • Over 40+ Years Combined Experience 
  • Best Attorneys of America 
  • Million Dollar Advocates Forum
  • National Trial Lawyers Top 100
  • National College for DUI Defense 
  • Former Registered Nurse (RN)
  • Former Insurance Defense Lawyer
  • Former SC DUI Prosecutor
  • National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 

Cases We handle:

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Memberships & Endorsements

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