Sometimes the message is simple: We are From Barnwell County and we are For Barnwell County.
We're thankful to be one of the many local businesses in our area that can help serve and impact the community we live in on a day to day basis. The list below are some great reasons to support your local businesses:
1.)Improve the local economy – Did you know? Studies have shown earned money at a local business creates 3.5x more wealth for the local economy than outside businesses. Local business owners often have incentive to support other local businesses, give back to the community, and visit other local businesses for both business and personal reasons.
2.)Know the people behind the Service: local business is more accountable to their local communities than outside business. Decisions made by a local business is being made with the local community in mind, not the case when an outside individual makes the decisions for a company.
3.)Community Involvement: Local businesses are owned and operated by your neighbors! They care about and are invested in the well-being of your community and its future. Many local business owners and employees are leaders in your local community.
Local businesses care about your local community.
We are thankful to be one of the many great local businesses here in Barnwell County and will strive to continue to giveback to our community!
The winner of the 65-qt Yeti cooler in a Barnwell Rotary Club fundraiser is Bill Sulzen (center). He bought his ticket from Rotarian Dr. Shealy (right) and the cooler was donated by (left) Wil Alexander's Law Firm (Law Office of William H. Alexander, LLC). The Rotary Club of Barnwell County raised $2,050 for support of the Swim Fins Program. The Rotary Club and Axis 1 coordinate to provide basic swimming and water safety lessons for Barnwell County children. [Lynn McEwen / contributed] [Photo and Article via Rotary Club of Barnwell, SC Facebook Page.]
May 14, 2019
For Immediate Release.
Changes arrived to downtown Barnwell, South Carolina as Law Office of William H. Alexander signs were installed at the Historic 222 Main Street office location on Monday, May 13 2019. Jay and Trent Baxley of Baxley's Tree Service in Barnwell assisted with the hanging of the large "Law Office" sign.
222 Main Street has been a staple in the Barnwell Community since its inception as the Home Bank established in AD 1910. It would later house The People-Sentinel, Barnwell County's premiere weekly newspaper publication as well as being used by Barnwell County as office space for a time.
In 2014, after years of vacancy, the Alexander family purchased this iconic building located directly across the street from the United States Post Office in the city of Barnwell. Restoration of the exterior and interior took place and the Law Office of William H. Alexander opened its doors in 2017 housed at 222 Main Street in Barnwell, SC.
The installation of the Law Office of William H. Alexander signs marks a changing of the downtown scenery in the city of Barnwell and a new fresh beginning for this iconic building.
The Law Office of William H. Alexander was founded by attorney Wil Alexander with its principal office location of 222 Main Street Barnwell, SC 29812. The law firm focuses its practice on personal injury law, representing individuals who have been injured in car wrecks, truck accidents, nursing home abuse & neglect, and other serious injury accidents.
Baxley's Tree Service located at 1908 Lebanon Rd, Barnwell, SC 29812 began operations in 1994. Baxley's Tree Service offers tree and stump removal, canopy trimming and debris removal. Servicing Barnwell County and surrounding areas.
If you or someone you know has a South Carolina Drivers license that is suspended, please see the graphic below provided by SCDMV.
Special Guest Lawton Swann from Clemson Sports Talk joined Wil for Episode 1 of the Live With Wil Show. Wil and Lawton discussed Lawton growing up in Barnwell, SC, his beginnings and growth as a radio host and owner of Clemson Sports Talk, how Lawton landed Danny Ford as his first ever guest on CST, and what Lawton's fondest memories of Barnwell are. We hope you enjoy!
Click below to listen to the Podcast now!
Attorney Wil Alexander to launch Interview Show on Facebook Live.
"I'm very happy to announce the launching of the 'Live With Wil Show'. This show will air here on Facebook Live and bring on interesting guests from throughout South Carolina (and other areas!). Our vision for the show is an interview format where we highlight the guest, talk with them about their professional and personal lives, and ask the guests any questions you all may have. We have been working hard to get this project off the ground and get some exciting guests lined up. Be on the lookout for news about our first episode!"
We thank you all for your continued support and hope you'll check out the show! Check out the intro promo below:
For those of you gifting bikes, scooters, and other riding toys:
Remember that helmets and safety gear should be worn properly at all times and they should be sized to fit.
After Gifts Are Open:
Between Christmas and New Years (Dec. 23rd to January 1) is some of the most traveled time of the year and one of the most dangerous times to be on the road. To help avoid potential problems & accidents on the road be sure to:
Be Aware of Your Tree’s Fire Potential & Follow Appropriate Steps:
Attorney Wil Alexander is a personal injury attorney representing injured individuals throughout South Carolina. Our firm helps injured individuals obtain just compensation for their injuries to help pay for medical bills, lost wages, future medical bills, and pain & suffering. If you have any questions about a potential injury accident feel free to give us a call or text us at (803) 571-0039 at any time.
We hope you all have a safe and happy Holiday Season!
**THE MATERIALS ON THIS SITE DO NOT CONSTITUTE LEGAL ADVICE. USE OF THIS SITE DOES NOT CREATE AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP. ATTORNEY WIL ALEXANDER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONTENT OF THIS SITE. THE ATTORNEY WHO WILL REPRESENT YOU IS PRIMARILY BASED IN BARNWELL. PLEASE DO NOT SEND ANY CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION TO US UNTIL SUCH TIME AS AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED.**
Do you have a plan in place to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your family?
Our firm focuses on helping injured people get the compensation they deserve so they can recover without worry after an accident. Seeing the toll injuries take on families and loved ones has made us realize the importance of educating individuals on how they can help protect themselves and their family in the extreme unfortunate event of a catastrophic injury.
We understand that thinking about a worst-case scenario, like a catastrophic injury, is not easy. We feel that’s why we must discuss it. My job as an injury lawyer isn’t to take the easy way out but to educate you now and be here to help when you need it most.
So are you prepared?
There are steps you and your loved ones can take today in order to be prepared for an unexpected catastrophe.
First, making sure you have proper (and adequate insurance coverages) such as Liability Coverage, Underinsured Motorist Coverage (to protect you if the driver & vehicle who hits you does not have enough coverage), Life Insurance, Umbrella policies and/or other insurance policies to help protect your interests. **We would recommend you talking with your insurance agent & insurance company about how you & your family can be best protected.** Without adequate insurance coverage available an injury attorney may not be able to get the complete compensation you deserve for your injury.
Secondly, having proper legal documents in place can take a toll off of your loved ones if you become incapacitated or incompetent to handle your medical or day-to-day affairs for a period of time.
What legal documents can help your family and loved ones if you’re involved in a catastrophic accident?
Durable Power of Attorney
If a debilitating illness or injury prevents you from taking care of personal, business, or financial matters, who will be able to act on your behalf? Through a Durable Power of Attorney, you can designate a person or persons to act for you in handling these matters should you become debilitated. Your designated “Agent” will be able to do things like pay bills, do your banking, and deal with your insurance company on your behalf. Just having a standard Power of Attorney will not allow your Agent to help if you have a debilitating illness or injury. In South Carolina, a Durable Power of Attorney must be filed with the Clerk of Court to have proper effect.
Healthcare Power of Attorney & Living Will
A Healthcare Power of Attorney allows you to appoint an agent to communicate on behalf of the sick or injured person, preventing unwanted treatment or making necessary decisions in the event that the individual is unable to do so.
A Living Will is “a written statement detailing a person's desires regarding their medical treatment in circumstances in which they are no longer able to express informed consent, especially an advance directive.”. Basically, a living will allows people who become unable to make their own decisions -- exercise their beliefs and wishes regarding medical procedures. This document can be thought of as an outline, telling your Agent name in your Healthcare Power of Attorney what treatments you may or may not want if you were able to speak for yourself.
In the event of your death, a Last Will & Testament, it protects your wishes by allowing you to do such things as designate who will receive what property you own (your beneficiaries), who will be in charge of your estate (the Personal Representative), and who will raise your minor children (the Guardian). If you do not have a Will, upon your death, a Court will decide these important issues by applying South Carolina law. Having a will makes sure that your wishes are kept, not what is the default law in South Carolina.
According to Caring.com, a 2017 poll showed that more than half of adult Americans do not have a will or estate plan in place, leaving only 42 percent with a plan for their future. This means that only 4 out of 10 Americans have a will. It is especially important for parents with children under 18 to have a will with guardians put in place, yet only 36 percent of parents with dependent children have a will in place.
If you need assistance with these documents our firm offers a $500.00 Will Packet, including a Durable Power of Attorney, Health Care Power of Attorney & Living Will, and a Simple Will. Although our firm focuses on representing those of have been injured, we are committed to helping individuals throughout our community be prepared for the worst case scenario and are here to help when needed.
Please do not hesitate to Call or Text us at any time (803) 571-0039. Attorney Wil Alexander is always happy to answer any questions you may have.
**This blog post is not nor is it intended to be legal advice -- should you have any legal questions please contact an attorney of your choosing. Please keep in mind that these are overviews of documents that may help you & your family and the actual documents are much more detailed and should be talked to in detail with an attorney of your choosing. Law Office of William H. Alexander, LLC - Attorney Wil Alexander - Barnwell, SC 29812**
We strive to make contacting us quick and easy for anyone needing legal help. That's why we're proud to announce that we've launched a new Chat feature on our website and Facebook page. Our Chat feature let's you easily connect with us and with a few "clicks of a button" be directed to the information you'd like and Chat one on one with Wil.
The Chat works through Facebook Messenger and has unique features which allows you to stay up to date with information we may share through our Chat program.
We're excited to launch this new feature and hope it continues to help us be more accessible to you when you need us most.
If you'd like to check out our Chat visit our website at www.whalawoffice.com (www.803injury.com) or our Facebook page and chat with us!
We'd love to hear what you think about this new feature and will continue to strive to make ourselves more available to all who may need our help.
If you haven't already heard: Operation Southern Shield is back in South Carolina. The operation started yesterday and runs through Sunday, July 22nd in South Carolina and several other Southern States.
Operation Southern Shield highlights speeding as a traffic violation in an effort to cut down on the amount of driving accidents and deaths related to speeding.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration there were approximately 10,000 driving deaths related to speeding throughout the United States in 2016, approximately 380 of those being in South Carolina.
Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Tennessee have joined the Palmetto State in Operation Southern Shield.
This week during Operation Southern Shield and always, please be mindful of your speed while driving.
Attorney Wil Alexander wants to keep you up to date with new legal developments and other news. Please be advised these blog posts do not constitute legal advice and you should always consult a lawyer with your legal questions.