7251 Cross County Rd

    North Charleston,SC

    7.05 mi

    Carolina Equipment & Supply Company, located in North Charleston, S.C., provides industrial equipment and machinery to industries specializing in abrasive blast and paint spray equipment, blasting med

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By: Lance J.
Taylor J Van Wyck
I was involved in an automobile accident, broadsided by a drunk driver. Two weeks after the accident, when my pain increased, I realized I would need an attorney. I looked for a smaller office, as I generally experience better service from a smaller - more focused on my needs - business. After some "Google research", I chose Taylor Law Firm and two others from a long list of potential attorneys. Van was the first to reply (personally) to my web-based request for consultation. Three days later, one of the other two offices had a paralegal contact me, the third never bothered.Taylor Law Firm is a Father & Son business, they treat their clients and their peers with respect, and they are personally involved with all aspects of their cases. Van is a personable, charismatic and trustworthy (if somewhat chatty) character; it would be difficult not to like Van. I was immediately comfortable with him during the consultation, his stated fees were standard and reasonable. He knows his business and he knows his limitations and he knows how and when to best use his abilities. Throughout the case, Van personally initiated communication with me - making sure I was kept up to date on any activity. Van's son, Howard, (habla espaƱol) is also a seasoned injury attorney with a very friendly demeanor. Further, I can't say enough about the skills and knowledge of Geri, the firm's legal assistant. On the few occasions that I did have a specific question, Geri was able to immediately provide viable advice/responses.I recommend Taylor Law to anyone that is seeking legal advice or representation for any kind of personal injury. Don't settle for someone's third string paralegal to handle your future; you really want to find a friend to help you with that.
By: sonja.satani
Corporate Cycle Consulting LLC
This is one of the best places to go get business advise and services to start and grow your business. You have a one-stop shop for all your needs - legal services, marketing, advertising, training, business coaching, and more. You are able to save money with bundling your services versus paying different rates at multiple locations. Corporate Cycle Consulting, LLC provides business owners everything they need from their business idea to training and hiring employees to retiring or selling your business. They make sure your business is profitable and successful from start to finish! You have to check out their website: www.corporatecycleconsulting.com.
By: Vickie S.
Joye Law Firm
Thank you for everything may god bless you all. Vickie &alonso
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Legalshield Independent Associate
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By: Laurie M.
Joye Law Firm
If you ever need a lawyer I highly recommend Melissa Fried. She takes the time to explain every aspect of the case and goes above and beyond to get what you deserve!
By: Robin J.
Sink George PA Injury Lawyers
Dependable straightforward honest and responsible all describe Mr. Sinks law firm if your ever need of an attorney please give them a call you won't be disappointed.
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Ameika Law Firm
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By: Suzy S.
Joye Law Firm
You can rest assured that JOYE LAW FIRM that your case is being taken care of. The staff makes sure all your questions are answered. Very professional.
By: David T.
Sink George PA Injury Lawyers
I've been in the Charleston area all my life and I trust none other than Mr. Sink and his law team they fight for you and the community.
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By: Matt J.
Brickhouse, John S
smelled like he works in a bar, very condescending person. felt like better call saul. He was very libelous of others.
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