Personal Injury Attorney In Charleston

Without a moment's notice, a serious injury can change your life forever. If that has happened to you or a loved one, you will be faced with many questions.

Attorney Dennis E. O'Neill has represented clients suffering serious injury and death in car accidents, trucking negligence, motorcycle collisions, as a result of defective products, animal attacks and from a wide variety of other causes.

Experience Counts

Mr. O'Neill has been engaged in the trials of Personal Injury Claims since 1978. He has served as Lead Counsel, Co-Counsel and Local Counsel for out-of-state lawyers in automobile accident trials, products liability trials, premises liability trials and defective product trials. In 2005, Mr. O'Neill was selected for membership in the American Board of Trial Advocates (, a peer-selected professional organization composed of less than 5 percent of the nation's trial attorneys with proven track records of skill, integrity and civility. The American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) works to advance, promote, protect and preserve your right to a civil jury trial.

It is important to carefully consider the causation and consequences of each injury claim. The O'Neill Law Firm, LLC, will fully investigate your claim and will protect your rights to compensation for medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, future medical expenses, mental and emotional distress, the impact of the injury upon the quality of your life as well as any permanent impairment you sustain.

Contact O'Neill Law Firm, LLC

Time is not on your side if you have been injured as the result of the negligence, recklessness or intentional action of another person. The insurance companies begin working on the investigation of your claim immediately. It is important that you contact an attorney promptly.

Contact Dennis E. O'Neill for a free initial consultation on your personal injury claim as soon as possible. Contact Dennis E. O'Neill at the O'Neill Law Firm, LLC, at 843-884-9494. His office is located in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, three miles from the base of the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, less than 10 minutes from the heart of Downtown Charleston.