Since graduating at the top of his law school class, clerking for a judge in the state capitol, working as a staff attorney for a non-profit agency, and starting his own law practice, Attorney William J. Tuck and the Tuck Law Firm have helped over a thousand injured people and their families recover compensation for injury and death caused by: automobile, trucking and other motor vehicle accidents; medical, hospital and nursing home negligence; other professional negligence; elder abuse and neglect; negligent correctional facilities; negligent law enforcement agencies; dangerous premises; slip and fall accidents; job-related injuries; defective and dangerous drugs and other products; negligently supervised employees and perpetrators; sexual molestation by clergy; negligent utilities; negligent building contractors; negligent railroads; unfairly denied insurance claims; predatory business practices; and other wrongdoing.
The Tuck Law Firm provides compassionate, caring and personal legal representation, while zealously representing our clients.
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Our offices are in the historic Old Bank of Darlington Building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a two-story commercial building with Romanesque Revival façade of heavy stone [granite] veneer that corners, wraps and extends along Ward Street elevation. Stucco covers brick walls on north and east[rear] elevations. Replacement metal windows are in second floor arched bays and along storefront where window openings have Permastone infill panels. Single first floor entrance facing East Public Square has rusticated stone pilasters flanking it, with smooth frieze bearing inscription “Bank of Darlington” and shelf architrave. On canted corner of building, entrance is simple with keystone. A stone cornice separating the two floors wraps the two street elevations and serves as continuous sill for upper floor windows. A similar stone cornice marks the building’s roofline, above which is a stone veneer parapet with coping. Interior altered for use as law offices with paneled walls, acoustical tile ceilings, carpet and some new partition walls. This building housed the Bank of Darlington for much of its life. According to Sanborn Fire Insurance Company maps, it was a brick bank with metal cornice in 1884 but was not labeled as the Bank of Darlington until the 1903 map. By 1908 and continuing in 1913, the building had a stone façade with metal cornice along East Public Square, but not along the side elevation [Bank Lane, later Ward Street]. The building currently houses law offices.
The firm offer free consultations and accepts cases from all counties in South Carolina. If an injury or disability makes it difficult for you to get to our office location, we can conduct meetings over the phone or meet you at your home. For compassionate counsel and assistance protecting your rights, please contact us online or call 843-393-2201.