Q:Can you give me an overview of the Douglas Jennings Law Firm?
A:The Douglas Jennings law firm is situated in Bennettsville, South Carolina, where it has been providing legal services for more than 28 years. The firm provides legal assistance in a number of areas of law. These include Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Criminal Charges, Parole Board Hearings, Car Accident Injuries, DUI/DWI, Workers Compensations and Wrongful Death. Douglas Jennings is the graduate of University of South Carolina School of Law and dedicates 75% of his practice to litigation.
Q:Can the Douglas Jennings law firm help me with traffic offences?
A:Yes, the Douglas Jennings law firm has extensive experience in dealing with traffic violations. The Douglas Jennings attorneys can help clients with speeding, driving without or a suspended license, careless and reckless driving, driving without insurance and following too closely offenses. The Douglas Jennings law firm handles serious offenses like DUI/DWI as well.
Q:In what areas of criminal defense can Douglas Jennings attorney at law help me?
A:The Douglas Jennings attorney at law covers a number of areas in criminal defense. Areas covered in criminal defense are Arson, Conspiracy, Domestic Violence, Grand Larceny, Murder, Robbery, Sex Offenses, Rape/Sexual Assault, Fraud, Drug Possession, Traffic Offenses, White Collar Crime and Drug Trafficking. The above mentioned are just some of the areas in criminal defense covered by the attorneys at Douglas Jennings law firm.
Q:What specific areas of personal injury do Jennings law firm deal in?
A:The Jennings law firm extensively deals in personal injury cases. The firm specifically deals in motor vehicle accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice, workplace injuries & workers compensations. Some of the injuries the firm has experience in dealing with are fractures, brain damage, head trauma, spinal cord injuries, disfigurement and amputation. The firm's principal lawyer Douglas Jennings Jr. has been representing personal injury clients for more than 20 years.