Newton & Campbell Personal Injury Lawyers Anderson,
The attorney-client privilege is a very important right and a critical piece of being represented by the personal injury
attorneys at Newton & Campbell Law P.A. Attorney-client privilege protects information a client shares confidentially with our injury attorneys, during an initial consultation and throughout the
course of our law firm's representation. The attorney-client privilege is the right of the client and can only be waived by the client. This means the personal injury attorney is prohibited from
disclosing confidential information without the client's consent. Attorney-client privilege is important because without it clients may be hesitant to inform their lawyer of information the client may perceive to be damaging. But without all the facts,
an injury lawyer cannot effectively represent the client which is one of the primary reasons the law protects the open and honest communication between lawyer and client.
Personal Injury Attorneys Travis Newton & Rame Campbell are available primarily in South Carolina's Tenth and Thirteenth Judicial Circuits including Anderson, Clemson, Pickens, Seneca, Easley, Walhalla, Westminster, Simpsonville,
and Greenville. It is important to note that injury victims have a limited time in which to file a
lawsuit. The period of time dictated by a statute of limitations usually begins when the victim is injured or
discovers the injury.
If you have been injured in a car or motorcycle accident Travis Newton and Rame Campbell
can help you navigate the complex legal system. Both have extensive experience investigating motor vehicle injury claims and dealing with uncooperative insurance companies.
Newton & Campbell Law P.A. is located at 111 Sharpe Street Anderson South Carolina 29621. We offer private parking for
your privacy. If you are visiting Newton & Campbell Law P.A. on your mobile device please find the call button below or call (864) 965-9148 to speak with either Travis Newton or Rame
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