Welcome to Milling Law Firm, LLC, conveniently located in downtown Columbia South Carolina. Our areas of practice include civil litigation, criminal defense, internal corporate investigations and appellate litigation. Our attorneys have developed reputations in the South Carolina legal community. With many years of experience, Milling Law Firm, LLC, is committed to obtaining justice for each client.
At Milling Law Firm, LLC, we consider legal representation a great responsibility. We understand that the outcomes of each case will have a profound effect on our clients. While prepared for trial, our attorneys also recognize that sometimes a trial is not in the best interest of a client, and work to carefully negotiate the best result possible under the circumstances.
Milling Law Firm, LLC is dedicated to serving those in need, and strives to secure the best possible resolution under the circumstances, whether it may be through trial or negotiation. No one can promise you a particular result, but the Milling Law Firm, LLC can promise to use the best efforts and best abilities to obtain the best result possible. Whether you are charged with South Carolina or Federal crimes, or are under investigation; have been sued, or need to vindicate a wrong doing in the courts, Milling Law Firm, LLC is able to help. Individual or corporation, everyone is entitled to protection under the law and Milling Law Firm, LLC is here to help. Our attorneys will ensure that your case is handled by a dedicated attorney who provides excellent legal advice. Contact the firm for an initial consultation.
Milling Law Firm, LLC is committed to providing you with information based on your needs and potential case. The following frequently asked questions might help you define your needs. At Milling Law Firm, LLC our goal is to help you understand your rights under the law and obtain the fairest resolution based on those rights. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us at 803-451-7700 or by email at email@example.com.
Do I need a lawyer?
The answer is probably that you do, especially if you are looking at a legal web page. Whenever someone is sued, or wants to sue, is arrested, or receives a letter from a law enforcement agency seeking a response, a lawyer can generally be of assistance by virtue of their training and experience.
What types of fees do you charge?
There are three general types of fees charged: flat fees, contingency fees, and hourly fees. Contingency fees cannot be charged in criminal cases. The type of fee and the amount are set after consultation with the lawyer, and depending upon the type of case.
Law Enforcement wants to talk with me, should I talk with them?
The circumstances surrounding a decision to communicate with law enforcement vary with each case. However, you have a constitutional right to remain silent. If law enforcement has made such a request, it may be of some benefit to you to speak with a lawyer so your rights are protected.
Do you handle cases outside of Richland/Lexington Counties?
Our attorneys at Milling Law Firm, LLC handle cases throughout the State of South Carolina.
How do I make an appointment?
Please call the Milling Law Firm, LLC at 803-451-7700 to set up an appointment.
What do I need to bring to my appointment?
If this is a criminal case, please bring all warrants, tickets, bond information, and any other documents within your possession that relate to the case. If this is a civil case, please bring all documents which you believe will help assist our attorneys in understanding the case, and which you believe are relevant to your claim or defense.