North Carolina & South Carolina Injury Lawyers

At Bice Law, we represent the victims of North Carolina and South Carolina who have suffered from a serious injury or death resulting from a vehicle accident, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, dog bite, workplace accident, environmental exposure to dangerous and toxic substances, and many other injuries.

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At Bice Law, we represent the victims of North Carolina and South Carolina who have suffered from a serious injury or death resulting from a vehicle accident, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, dog bite, workplace accident, environmental exposure to dangerous and toxic substances, and many other injuries.

Bice Law has obtained the highest rating available for our legal ability and ethical standards in Martindale-Hubbell, a nationwide directory that has been evaluating lawyers since 1868. We will put our acknowledged legal expertise, personal approach, and use of cutting edge technology to work for you.

Some personal injury attorneys prefer to never step foot into a courtroom. While we explore all avenues of dispute resolution, we are fully prepared to fight for our clients' rights at trial. Our firm has helped countless others in your position. Let us help you.

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Owner / Lawyer

Justin Bice

Before becoming a lawyer, Justin Bice spent eight years in the United States Army working in the Military Intelligence Detachment of the 3rd Special Forces Group at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He participated in three tours of duty in Afghanistan and one in Iraq during the 2003 invasion, in addition to participating in various peacetime operations around the world.

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Manager / Paralegal

Katelyn Lamb

Katelyn obtained her bachelor's degree from Francis Marion University in Florence, South Carolina.

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Preventing Accidents for Older Drivers  Fort Mill, SC Personal Injury Attorney South Carolina has been experiencing a slight decline in the percentage of older-driver-involved highway accident fatalities. These drivers are 65 years old and above. According to the South Carolina Department of Public Safety in its 2016 Highway Safety Plan, there were 132 older-driver-involved deaths …

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