George Sink, Attorney
George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers are South Carolina personal injury attorneys. Our offices are located across South Carolina: in North Charleston, Columbia, Greenville, Orangeburg, Walterboro, Florence, Sumter, and Moncks Corner, SC. For your service and convenience, we have 8 offices throughout South Carolina. Some offices are staffed full-time, others are not, but we will meet with you at the office that is most convenient for you, or in your home. Our experienced firm offers free consultation for personal injury victims.
We are dedicated to seeking justice for injury victims. We work in the areas such as the following: South Carolina auto accidents, medical recalls, workers’ compensation, wrongful death, nursing home abuse, and injuries involving auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, and other injuries. See us for issues relating to drug and medical injuries.
We have helped over 35,000 injured people: we have the experience to help you get your money faster!
*The personal injury, car accident, and workers compensation information presented on this site should neither be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer or attorney client relationship. Any results portrayed here were dependent on the facts of a particular legal matter and results vary from case to case. Please contact a South Carolina personal injury lawyer or injury attorney at George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers for a consultation on your particular case. Verdicts and awards are posted for informational purposes only. Any future verdicts or settlements cannot necessarily be predicted from prior results. Any result the lawyer or law firm may have achieved on behalf of clients in other matters does not necessarily indicate similar results can be obtained for other clients. Representation will be provided by a lawyer who principally practices in either our N. Charleston office 7011 Rivers Ave, where George Sink practices, or our Columbia office 1440 Broad River Rd. Florence and Sumter office locations are available by appointment only. No fee or cost if no recovery. Fee computed before deducting expenses from recovery. This website is not directly endorsed, approved, or authorized by the United States Marine Corps or United States Government.
Advocate Million Dollar Advocates Forum 2013–present
Advocate Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum 2013–present
Member PILMMA 2010–present
Attorney South Carolina Bar 1974–present
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Member Million Dollar Advocates Forum 2013
Member Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum 2013
Client Distinction Award Martindale-Hubbell 2013
Client Distinction Award Martindale-Hubbell 2012
35 Year Anniversary LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell 2009
530 Howell Road #200
Greenville, SC, 29615
1440 Broad River Road
Columbia, SC 29210
1636 St. Matthews Road
Orangeburg, SC 29118
340 Rast Street, Unit B (by appointment only)
Sumter, SC 29150
113 Washington Street, Suite A
Walterboro, SC 29488
181 E. Evans Street (by appointment only)
Florence, SC 29503
219-A N. Hwy 52
Moncks Corner, SC 29461
7011 Rivers Avenue, Suite 105
Charleston, SC 29406
Home & Hospital Visits
All Calls Answered 24/7
Evening & Weekend Appointments
Negotiated Contingency Fees
Free Initial Consultation
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