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If you have been seriously injured in a work related accident, an auto accident, a collision with a semi truck, or by a defective product in South Carolina, personal injury attorneys at Fulton & Barr, P.A., are ready to assist you in collecting compensation for your injuries. Greenville South Carolina personal injury attorneys at our firm bring over 40 years of combined practice experience and are ready to help you. Call toll free 800-868-2110 or contact a personal injury lawyer online for a free initial consultation.
At Fulton & Barr, P.A., our attorneys have practiced within many areas of personal injury law over the years and are capable of handling your case. We have been involved with many high profile and important cases and often receive referrals from our peers in the legal field because of the skill, tenacity, and expediency with which we engage in negotiation and litigation.
Greenville attorney Johnnie Fulton focuses the majority of her practice on workers’ compensation claims and Social Security Disability. A graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law, Johnnie has been in practice for nearly 25 years. She is a member of many prestigious professional associations and has given numerous seminars to fellow attorneys on the practice of workers’ compensation law. Johnnie is very active in her community, volunteering as the Chairman of the Democratic Party of Greenville County, as well as with the Historic Greenville Foundation and South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Education Association.
Greenville attorney Andrew C. Barr focuses his practice on handling personal injury, workers’ compensation, and product liability cases. Also, a graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law, Andrew has been in practice for over 20 years. He is a member of numerous local and national bar associations. Andrew has also been an adjunct professor at Greenville Technical College.
If you have sustained serious injury in South Carolina, the personal