Injured On Vacation? Get The Help You Need.

South Carolina's natural beauty makes it a great destination for golfers, anglers and beach lovers alike. While no one expects to suffer a serious injury while enjoying a vacation in the Myrtle Beach area, the risk of an accident is something visitors need to be aware of.

It is frightening and frustrating to suffer a serious injury caused by someone else's negligence. It can become more complicated to maneuver through the legal system if you live out of the state and your accident occurred while you were visiting Myrtle Beach or elsewhere in South Carolina.

The skilled attorneys at the Maguire Law Firm are prepared to help injured tourists in Horry, Georgetown and Marion counties. We believe that people who are injured while visiting Myrtle Beach should have their rights protected. We will work to recover compensation* on your behalf.

Skilled, Local Representation

If you suffer an injury while on vacation in South Carolina, only a lawyer who is licensed to practice in South Carolina can represent you in court. This means that even if you have an attorney back home, they will not be able to provide you with local representation unless they happen to have a license to practice law in South Carolina.

Our attorneys have experience representing injured tourists. We will work closely with the attorney in your home state to help see your injury claim through to completion. Even if you have returned home already, we will be able to guide you through the process and advocate on your behalf.

We have successfully recovered compensation* for injury victims involved in a broad range of accidents, including:

Don't Let An Injury Ruin Your Vacation

If you are a tourist who experienced an injury while visiting South Carolina, we invite you to contact our office for a consultation*. Call us at 843-491-5044 or use our online form to provide more details about your accident.

*Initial consultation is free. No fee if no recovery. Fees are computed before deducting expenses from recovery.