Your Georgetown
Criminal Defense
and Personal Injury
Law Firm

Providing personal injury, criminal defense, and contract dispute services to Georgetown. 


Welcome to Lumpkin and Postal, P.C.

Facing criminal charges can be incredibly scary, and filing a personal injury claim can be extremely intimidating. We also know how frustrating it can be to deal with contract disputes, especially when your business or personal finances are at risk.

Don't face these issues alone; Lumpkin and Postal has the experience you can count on to protect your freedoms and get you the compensation you deserve.

Practice Areas

At Lumpkin and Postal, our legal team is ready to help you with your personal injury or criminal defense case. From car accidents and slips and falls to DUI or theft charges, we’ve got your back.

Case Results

Every case is different.  At Lumpkin and Postal, we’re presented with unique cases all the time and knowing how to navigate the nuances of each case is what sets us apart. Our legal team is ready to help you get results–getting you the compensation you deserve or keeping you free from the hands of the law.  

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Our Client Wins

Over the years, we’ve been able to provide personalized service to our community. From personal injury claims to criminal defense, our service has not gone unnoticed by our clients. Go ahead, see for yourself.

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If you need a law firm, with lawyers and a caring staff behind them, that will do exactly what they tell you they can do for you and your pending case, then Lumpkin and Postal, PC is the firm for you!!! I cannot give them enough stars to back up everything they have done for myself and family, if you're in a jam give them a call for a consultation, it will be well worth your trip!

Lisa S.

A great law firm providing a great experience. I've called upon Lumpkin and Postal twice and have not beed disappointed. I highly recommend them for all your legal needs.

Wick J.

Great lawyer! Helped with everything with my accident. They paid all bills for me so it was less of a hassle, amazing service! I recommend to anyone.

Bradley B.

I am an attorney in Charleston, SC and my law firm has had the chance to work with Lumpkin & Postal on multiple complex cases where we have been able to obtain successful results for our clients. If you are involved in a business dispute and need a top notch litigator or if you or a loved one has been hurt or killed due to someone else's negligence then you should look no further then Lumpkin & Postal.

Taylor P.

Mr Andrew Postal came highly recommended from one of his associates and now I see why. I have never needed to use an attorney and didn't know meetingwhat to expect-so I entered the office a little on the edge. However, after our first meeting, Mr. Postal did a great job putting my mind at ease. His level of professionalism goes beyond the four walls of his office. He always showed to be genuinely concerned about me and not just my case. He kept me well informed of every detail of my case. He never made decisions for me, but allowed me to have a voice. That was truly appreciated. The services of this firm are remarkable!!!!

Shawna A.

What a great law firm. I had a very complex case and Drew never broke stride. You would have thought I had a high rise firm handling my case. Calls always returned, and I am a demanding persona they met every demand. No TV lawyer has a thing on Bob and Drew. What a great team. They have put Georgetown on the legal map. No matter what your case call them.

Richard H.

Georgetown Personal Injury and Criminal Defense Attorneys

If you’ve been injured in an accident or you’re facing criminal charges, you might not know what to do next. Don’t worry; you’re not alone. If you’re facing uncertainty regarding your emotional and financial health while recovering after an injury, or you’re wondering how a criminal charge might affect your life, Lumpkin and Postal is here to help. 

Are you a good candidate for pursuing a personal injury case? 

1. Was it someone else’s fault? Even if the other party involved didn’t mean to cause you harm, you’re well within your rights to file a claim if you’ve been injured due to someone else’s wrongdoing.

2. Did you receive medical treatment for your injuries? If you sought medical treatment for injuries sustained in an accident, it’s important that you document any visits to the doctor. This will help get you compensation. 

3. Is there insurance available to pay for your claim? The amount of compensation you’re able to receive depends on whether or not you have enough insurance to pay for your injuries. 

4. Are you filing a claim in time? In South Carolina, you have three years to file a personal injury claim. Filing a claim later than three years after the accent might not yield as great of an outcome. 

5. Is there damage to your property? If your personal property has been damaged or lost in an accident, it could result in additional compensation. Make sure to document any losses after an accident. 

What Are Common Asked Questions About Criminal Defense? 

1. Do I need a lawyer? Yes, even if you’re planning on pleading guilty, a lawyer will work with you to help secure lesser punishments or jail time. If you’re being charged with a criminal offense, it’s in your best interest to hire an attorney. 

2. Is a misdemeanor serious? While misdemeanors might not sound as serious, they can still carry lasting consequences that will affect your life for years to come. When being charged with a criminal offense, always take it seriously. 

3. Should I speak to law enforcement? You are not obligated to speak to law enforcement after arrest. Having a lawyer present for any conversation you have with law enforcement can make a huge difference in the outcome of your case. 

4. What can I expect from state sentencing? Every criminal case will be a bit different, so how the court will approach your case will vary. Possible punishments that you can face from state sentencing include monetary fines, probation, active incarceration, or a time-served sentence. 

5. What’s the difference between probation and parole? Probation is an alternative to serving time, whereas parole occurs after you’ve spent time behind bars but are released to carry out the remainder of your sentence outside of jail. If you’re on probation, you’re still responsible for things like checking in with a probation officer and attending school, work, or any court-ordered rehabilitation programs.

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