When the Waggoner Law Firm takes your case, you can be assured we will take advantage not only of the latest technology for legal and scientific research, but also an extensive human network of credentialed medical professionals, private investigators, accident reconstructionists, security specialists, financial consultants and other experts to aggressively advance your case, and resolve your claim.


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Not all trial lawyers are the same.

Many lack the knowledge, skills, resources or experience to challenge government agencies, large corporations, and insurance companies. Furthermore, not all lawyers are able or willing to go to trial.   At the Waggoner Law Firm (top rated by Martindale-Hubbell®), our clients’ interests come first.  Never intimidated, the Waggoner Law Firm won’t run away from the courtroom.

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July 2013:   Child Abuse In The Lowcountry   Last year the South Carolina Department of Social Services opened 1318 investigations from 1700 intakes in Charleston County and 770 investigations from 1677 intakes in Berkeley County. Source: CAPSS data-effective 20130123.   In 2012 The Dee Norton Lowcountry Children's Center saw 1,351 children and their families [...]

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Wills and Estate Administration

We prepare wills, trusts, and estate plans to meet our individual client’s needs. Estate planning is an important part of protecting a family’s future health and security.   Everyone, regardless of age, martial status or income level should have an estate plan that fits his or her needs.   Estate planning can be a simple [...]

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Workers’ Compensation

The workers’ compensation system in South Carolina is similar to many others around the country. The goal of workers’ compensation is two fold: to help the injured worker get the healthcare and compensation they deserve quickly; and allow the employer to avoid lengthy and expensive lawsuits. Unlike other accidents, the on-the-job worker does not have [...]

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Family Law

The Waggoner Law Firm represents clients in need of help for a variety of family law areas including divorce, child custody, and child support. Geoff Waggoner began his career in 1978 representing fathers in family court who wanted custody of their children. Building a track record of successful representations, the Waggoner Law Firm continues to [...]

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Medical Malpractice

MEDICAL LAWSUITS: Waggoner Law Firm – Mount Pleasant, SC When doctors and hospitals violate their duty to their patients, the consequences can be catastrophic. Patients and their families often suffer physically, emotionally and financially. Medical negligence cases involve complex legal and medical issues which take time to develop. It is important you not wait to contact [...]

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Intentional Injury Lawsuits

  Intentional Injury and Torts     Intentional torts are committed on purpose and result in injury. They include assault and battery, rape, defamation, burglary, false imprisonment, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and malicious prosecution. It is the role of the criminal justice system to punish individuals for their crimes. Unfortunately, a successful criminal prosecution [...]

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Liquor Liability Lawsuits

LIQUOR LIABILITY : Waggoner Law Firm – Mount Pleasant, SC Liquor or Dram Shop liability is an area of the law which includes the liability of tavern owners, liquor stores, and any other establishment which sells alcohol. If you have been injured by a drunk driver, our courts protect your rights not just against the driver, but [...]

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Auto Accidents

Auto Accidents: Waggoner Law Firm - Mount Pleasant, SC Probably the most common example of a civil claim in every day life, arises with the car accident. Almost always two vehicles crash because at least one driver was careless. The problem is that the other driver’s insurance company doesn’t always agree to be responsible for its driver’s negligence, [...]

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