Victories For Our Clients

Our firm's reputation is based on our record of achieving favorable results for our clients, in and out of the courtroom.

Below you will find a representative selection of personal injury and criminal defense cases that Axelrod & Associates, P.A. has successfully handled in courts throughout the state of South Carolina. It's important to understand that no attorney can ethically guarantee a result in any case.

Personal Injury Successes

Mr. G.N. — $250,000 settlement for driver who was T-boned at an intersection.

Ms. T.F. — $325,000 settlement for a driver who was injured in a head-on collision.

Mr. K.B. — $350,000 settlement for client when another driver made a left-hand turn into client at an intersection.

Mr. W.C. — $125,000 settlement for driver who was rear-ended.

Mrs. T.M. — $125,000 settlement for motorcycle driver when the at-fault driver pulled out in front of the motorcycle driver.

Ms. B.D. — $100,000 settlement for a driver who was hit when the at-fault driver failed to yield at an intersection.

Mrs. C.D. — $75,000 settlement for driver who was hit when the at-fault driver pulled out in front of them causing a collision.

Mr. B.K. — $75,000 settlement for passenger injured when the vehicle ran off the road.

Ms. R.S. — $125,000 settlement for driver that was rear-ended.

Mrs. H.W. — $100,000 settlement for driver that was rear-ended.

Criminal Defense Successes

State vs. P.K — Client was arrested for driving under the influence and tested at blood alcohol level .20. Client's license was reinstated after the administrative hearing was won. Charges were successfully dismissed after completion of a pretrial diversion program.

State vs. J.K. — Client was arrested for driving under the influence and refused the Breathalyzer test. Client's license was successfully reinstated after Mr. Axelrod won the administrative hearing. Client's charges were successfully dismissed after he completed a pretrial diversion program.

State vs. B.M. — Client was arrested for driving under the influence, seat belt violation, and reckless driving. A breath-test confirmed his blood alcohol level to be .47, almost six times the legal limit. After spotting legal issues with the case, client had the driving under the influence and seat belt charges dismissed.

State vs. S.R. — Client was charged with driving under the influence. The charge was dismissed and the client plead guilty to reckless driving and paid a fine.

State vs. R.H. — Client was charged with driving under the influence and driving under suspension. Upon negotiations with the DUI prosecuting attorney, the DUI charge was dismissed.

State vs. M.J. — Client was charged with driving under the influence and child endangerment. After negotiating with the prosecutor, the driving under the influence and child endangerment charges were dismissed, and client pled guilty to the lesser charge of reckless driving and paid a fine.

State vs. K.J. — Client was charged with driving under the influence and driving left of center. The driving under the influence charge was dismissed and client pled to the lesser of the two charges, driving left of center, and paid a fine.

State vs. R.A. — Client was charged with driving under the influence. Client ultimately pled to the lesser charge of open container and paid a fine.

State vs. B.R. — Client was charged with driving under the influence, littering, and failure to maintain lane. The DUI and littering charges were dismissed, and client pled guilty to failure to maintain lane and paid a fine.

State vs. R.L. — Client was charged with indecent exposure. Despite facing up to three years in prison and sex offender registry, the client paid a fine and did not have to register as a sex offender.

State vs. R.F. — Client's DUI second offense charge was dismissed at preliminary hearing.

State vs. M. A. — Client was originally charged with murder. After lengthy negotiations with the state, the charge was dismissed; the client pled to misprision of a felony and received a probationary sentence rather than the mandatory 30 years to life in prison.

State vs. H.J. — Client was originally charged with driving under the influence resulting in great bodily injury and faced up to 115 years in prison. After lengthy negotiations with the state, client received a probationary sentence.

State vs. S.G. — After a shooting, client was charged with the assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, a felony which carries up to 20 years in prison. After lengthy negotiations with the prosecutor and the judge, client pled guilty to a lesser offense and received a probationary sentence.

State vs. B.J. — Client was charged with the offense of hit-and-run with minor bodily injury. Although he faced up to one year incarceration, client pled guilty and received sentence of a $100 fine.

State vs M.M. — Client was arrested and charged with trafficking crack cocaine, possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine, and possession with intent to distribute marijuana, and faced a mandatory minimum prison sentence of three to 35 years. The charges were dismissed and client pled to a misdemeanor accessory charge and received a probationary sentence.

State vs. H.J. — After an automobile accident, client was arrested and charged with driving under the influence with great bodily injury. Despite facing a possible 15-year prison sentence, client received a probationary sentence.

State vs. O.P. — Client was originally charged with driving under the influence, first offense. Charge was dismissed and client pled to the civil infraction of public disorderly conduct and received a fine of $150.

State vs. M.M. — Client was arrested and charged with driving under the influence, first offense. Client was found not guilty after a jury trial.

State vs. A.K. — Client was arrested and charged with common law robbery, an offense that carries up to 10 years in prison. After negotiations with the state, the case was remanded to municipal court where she pled to the municipal ordinance of parties to a crime and received a fine.

Please Note:

Initials of the parties are used rather than full names to protect the privacy of our clients, some of whom have had their records completely expunged.

The results on this page should not be construed as a guarantee, nor should they create any expectation that our firm will obtain similar results in your case without reference to your specific factual and legal circumstances.

Every case is different. Any result referenced on this website that was achieved on behalf of one client in a particular matter does not necessarily indicate similar results can be obtained for other clients.