JOHN MOBLEY LAW FIRM

A personal injury attorney located in Columbia & Greenville South Carolina. We will conduct a free merit analysis, and most cases are taken on a contingency basis

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 John Mobley Law Firm is a personal injury attorney located in Columbia & Greenville South Carolina. John Mobley Law Firm has an extensive statewide trial practice and can be reached 24 hours a day at 1-833-JOHNCAN. There is no charge or obligation to discuss your case with me. We will conduct a free merit analysis, and most cases are taken on a contingency basis.

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Have you or a family member been in an auto accident or hurt on the job? Lost wages? Medical bills? Pain and suffering? Attorney John Mobley will fight the insurance companies and their lawyers to get you the money you deserve. If you’ve been hurt on the job or in an auto accident, contact job injury attorney John Mobley Law Firm today.

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John Mobley practices law in the areas of auto accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, drunk driving accidents, workers compensation, criminal defense, DUI cases, wrongful death, violent crimes, Actos litigation and more in Columbia SC, Greenville SC and throughout the state. Contact us today for more information.

Attorney at law John Mobley knows charges in a court of law can be life-changing, regardless of what type of charge or legal problem you might be facing. Whether you need a lawyer for a car accident, a DUI lawyer, have recently been facing criminal charges and need a criminal lawyer, a wrongful death attorney or you have been injured at work and are in need of a workers comp lawyer, John Mobley is dedicated to providing you litigation that goes above and beyond for you. With over 25 years of legal experience, John is an aggressive, experienced attorney who fights for the rights of his clients.

John believes in being well prepared and that his good work ethic and experience allow him to get the good results he has gotten from his clients, even in difficult cases.

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