Personal Injury Lawyer in Greenville, SC
Law Firm OverviewThomas Creech Law Offices is a personal injury firm located in Greenville, South Carolina and serving clients throughout the region including Anderson, Laurens, Pickens, and Spartanburg Counties. Our practice areas encompass vehicle, train, and boating accidents, premises liability/slip and fall injuries, dog bites, product liability including dangerous drugs and defective medical devices, medical and hospital malpractice, burn and birth injuries, nursing home neglect, false arrest, fire related injuries, contaminated food injuries, construction accidents, farming and agricultural equipment injuries, and wrongful death.
Highly regarded by clients and peers alike, Attorney Thomas Creech has been trying cases in front of juries since 1998 and representing injury victims through his firm for nearly 15 years. He is admitted to the United States Court of Federal Claims in Washington, D.C.
Using our experience and knowledge, we passionately and aggressively pursue achieving the most favorable outcome and recovery in our clients’ personal injury matters, either through effective settlement negotiations or trying their case in court.
Year this Office was Established: 2003
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: ATV Accidents; Unsafe Icy or Wet Conditions Injuries; Unsafe Display of Merchandise Injuries; Unsafe Construction Injuries; Dangerous Drug Injuries; Defective Medical Device Injuries; Unsafe Consumer Product Injuries; Medical Injury; Fire Related Injuries; Contaminated Food Injuries; Farming & Agricultural Equipment Injuries; Tractor Trailer Wreck; DUI Wreck; Moped Accidents; ATV Accidents; Falls caused by Floor Mats in a Store; Safe Display of Merchandise; Falling Merchandise; Lack of Security; Dark Stairwells; Improper Construction; Unsafe Common Areas;; Aquatic Accidents; Head Injuries.
Areas of Law Description
Helping clients since 2003 with their personal injury cases including car accidents, truck accidents, premises liability, products liability, medical malpractice and wrongful death.
Mr. Thomas Creech
Accident, Medical Malpractice, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal Injury
- American Association of Justice
- South Carolina Trial Lawyers Association
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With Interstate 85 running through, tractor trailer accidents occur often in South Carolina. This article considers some of the reasons for these accidents and what is being done to prevent them.Read Article
There are times in your life when you may be faced with legal issues. If you are injured due to no fault of your own, you may need legal representation to help you navigate the system. This article lists some of these situations that may require you to hire help.Read Article
Although construction areas can be frustrating, careless or negligent driving in a work zone can cause serious, even fatal, injuries. Laws in South Carolina are being increased and enforced at an effort to reduce injuries in these areas.Read Article
One of the most common types of cases personal injury lawyers handle are Slip and Falls. To address confusion that people may have while determining if they have a case or not, here are some of the questions and that we often receive in our South Carolina practice.Read Article
Accidents involving a motorcycle and truck are serious, often fatal, and necessitate immediate legal representation and attention. Many tasks need to be performed immediately including obtaining investigative reports.Read Article
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration listed the top five causes of fatal crashes involving large trucks as: speeding; distraction/inattention (cell phone use); impairment/fatigue; failure to yield to the right of way; and failure to keep in proper lane. When a truck driver uses a cell phone, the resulting trucking accident is going to likely be the cause of a very serious personal injury.Read Article
Medical malpractice cases, for a normal patient, can be frightening and difficult to comprehend. Often, the patient, or the patient’s family, is reeling and in a state of disbelief, or even denial, that they, like thousands of other patients, have been harmed by medical malpractice. So after a patient or family member has been harmed or injured by a doctor or nurse, the patient or family member may ask: “What do we do next?” or “What do we do now?”Read Article