North Augusta, South Carolina

North Augusta is located on the fall line of the Savannah River just north of Augusta, Georgia. North Augusta lies on the border of South Carolina and Georgia. The Savannah River provides locals with beautiful waterfront views and plenty of outdoor fun. Three-hundred years ago the English settled the Savannah Trading Post in North Augusta. Thanks to the trading post and the fertile soil from the Savannah, North Augusta became a production hub of cotton and a popular settling place for farmers.

The Hampton Terrace Hotel, built in 1902, was a lavish hotel that overlooked North Augusta and Augusta, Georgia. At the time the hotel was the largest and most luxurious hotel in the nation. Augusta was thought of as a prosperous resort town. North Augusta was said to have been one of the two possible sites for Hollywood, and likely would have been the site if the Hampton Terrace Hotel would not have burned. Today North Augusta is still a gorgeous town and visited by tourists year round, especially for the PGA tour Master’s Golf Tournament at the historic golf course, Augusta National.

Augusta accident attorneys, want to represent you if you, or a loved one, have been injured on the job or have suffered a severe personal injury. We understand that injuries are unexpected and place an emotional, physical, and financial toll on you and your family. If your injury is serious, your life may never be the same. Medical bills, lost wages, and damages to personal property are issues you should not try to handle without a professional. Our knowledgeable lawyers will protect your rights and go to court to fight for your compensation. Call us today for a free consultation and we will discuss with you your case.

We have two offices in Charleston County, South Carolina, files are primarily handled out of our Mount Pleasant office.

Directions to our North Charleston office from North Augusta are as follows:

  • Merge onto I-20 East toward Columbia
  • merge onto US-378 East/ Sunset Blvd via exit 61 toward West Columbia,
  • merge onto I-26 East toward Charleston
  • take the East Aviation Exit, exit 211B, toward Remount Road
  • merge onto Aviation Avenue, turn right onto Rivers Avenue/ US-52 E/ US-78 E
  • take a slight left onto Remount Road, 1495 Remount Road will be on your right

Directions to our Mt. Pleasant Office from North Augusta are as follows:

  • Merge onto I-20 East toward Columbia
  • merge onto US-378 East/ Sunset Blvd via exit 61 toward West Columbia
  • merge onto I-26 East toward Charleston
  • merge onto US-17 North exit 220 toward Mount Pleasant/ Georgetown
  • turn left onto Mathis Ferry Road, our office is number 250 on the left, we are located in suite 102

Here are the areas of practice we serve in North Augusta:
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Attorneys principally practice in Mt. Pleasant office, but we will meet you at the time and office most convenient to you. We will also come to your hospital room or home upon request.

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