James R. Snell, Jr., is a native of South Carolina. He grew up in Inman, and then... more
James R. Snell, Jr., is a native of South Carolina. He grew up in Inman, and then opened his office in Lexington after graduating from the University of South Carolina. From the beginning his practice has been devoted to representing individuals charged with crimes, as well as those who have been injured. Mr. Snell has tried cases to verdict in all types of South Carolina courts including G... view profile
Ellen's 20-year career at Collins Lacy has involved more than 1,000 cases.She... more
Ellen's 20-year career at Collins Lacy has involved more than 1,000 cases.She practices in workers' compensation, is a certified circuit court mediator and also has experience in general litigation and professional liability. She has argued cases to the Full Workers Compensation Commission, Circuit Court, Court of Appeals and Supreme Court.Ellen is a native of Cayce, S.C. andreceived her Juris... view profile
Rebecca Kirkland Halberg is ashareholder practicing in workers compensation.She... more
Rebecca Kirkland Halberg is ashareholder practicing in workers compensation.She regularly appears before the South Carolina Workers' Compensation Commission. As President ofKids Chance South Carolina, Rebecca continually gives back to families of workers who were injured or killed on the job. During law school, Rebecca served as a law clerk for Collins Lacy. She joined the firm as an associate... view profile
If you are an employee who has been injured or disabled on the job, you may require the services of a workers' compensation lawyer. Usually administered at the state level, workers' compensation can include weekly wage payments, money for financial losses due to the injury, and paid medical expenses. If an employee is killed on the job, then his family can receive the workers' compensation. Workers' compensation lawyers interpret workers' compensation laws and can help if you have a job-related injury.