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At LaLima Law Firm, LLC we strive to be unmatched in client satisfaction. We are based in Columbia, SC, but handle cases all over South Carolina. We are not a "high volume TV law firm". Our two attorneys are personally involved in all aspects of your case. You are an individual with unique circumstances and deserve personal attention. We are trial lawyers. From day one we prepare and investigate the case as if we are going to trial.
We handle a wide variety of legal matters but focus on representing individuals in court. We handle Personal Injury, Family Law, Criminal Law, Probate Court, Workers Comp, and other litigation.
Call us for an Attorney in Columbia, Lexington, Sumter, Camden, Orangeburg, Aiken, Newberry, Fairfield or anywhere you need a lawyer in South Carolina.
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(Consultation for personal injury is always free!)
For most family law cases we have financing* available after payment of initial retainer! *SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS*
We remain OPEN to assist with your legal issues. We are available via email, phone, video conferencing, and, if necessary, in person. Like everyone else, we have some logistical difficulties, but please bear with us.
The Courts are still functioning with some limited exceptions and new procedures. If you need to get into court, we can assist you through these challenging times.
We are all in this together. Stay safe. Be well.
FOR A CONSULTATION
LaLima Law Firm, LLC
1635 Sunset Blvd.
West Columbia, SC 29169
[across the street from old office]
(fax #: 803.926.1668)
* Financing: After payment of an initial retainer, you may be eligible to make payments on fees. The amount of the retainer depends on many factors and is set during the initial conference. Costs of the action remain your continued responsibility. The decision to allow payments is made on a case by case basis and depends on your financial situation and on the issues of fairness and justice in your case.