At Toussaint Law Firm, we pride ourselves on close attorney-paralegal-client interactions to help solve your problems. What does this mean? Each client works closely with an attorney and a designated paralegal. You will always have someone you can talk to about your case.

A large portion of our practice is devoted to divorce and family law, workers’ compensation and all areas of personal injury. We also offer services in business law, estate planning, special needs law and adoption.

We understand these legal matters can be extremely emotional and complex. We can offer you friendly, responsive communication, proactive and aggressive representation, thorough preparation and the ability to provide quality legal services at an affordable price.



In certain instances, a defect in a defectively designed roadway could be the actual cause of the roadway accident. As with all accident claims, determining who is liable can be a lot of work. The mishap may have been caused by a tire blow out from a defective tire for example, or another defective part of a vehicle.


Usually, it is insurance adjusters who determine who is at fault for an accident, often times with the help of a police report which includes the drivers’ statements and those of any witnesses. What matters in a car accident claim is being able to establish that another party acted negligently in a way that directly influenced the accident.


We understand how difficult coping with an injury can be, and it can be even more difficult waiting for information and help from your insurance company. The South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act allows workers to recieve medical care and financial benefits without having to prove fault when injured on the job.

The first step is hiring an attorney to handle your workers’ compensation claim. It’s the best way to ensure you receive the benefits you are entitled. Most importantly, hiring an attorney allows you to recover from your injury without worrying about the details of your claim.

Here are some things to think about:

  • Setting up an appointment is the first step. We can help you keep track of all your documents and important information for your case.
  • We will help advise you on the best way to file a claim in a prompt manner.
  • Keep your loved ones involved in the process. They will be able to support you throughout the case.