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Assertive, Decisive, & Determined

Especially when it comes to getting you what you deserve.

Social Security Disability

Workers’ Compensation

Personal Injury

Assertive, Decisive, & Determined

Especially when it comes to getting you what you deserve.

SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION

PERSONAL INJURY

PRACTICE AREAS

Social Security Disability

Workers’ Compensation

Personal Injury

Law Office of Nicholas G. Callas P.A. - Attorney in Columbia, SC

The Best Results Come From Hard work

We fearlessly represent people in workman’s compensation, social security disability and personal injury cases throughout the state of South Carolina.

Our process includes meeting with potential clients to determine if and how we can help them in their case.

Then, we evaluate what the client will need at each stage of the case—for example, expert witnesses or independent medical examinations.

Our goal is to effectively and efficiently resolve each problem as it arises.

Nicholas Callas has been given an AV-Rating by Martindale Hubbell, the highest proficiency and ethical ratings given to attorneys & Has Been Listed among the “Legal Elite in the Midlands” for Workers’ Compensation Attorneys Practicing on Behalf of Claimants.

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Law Office of Nicholas G. Callas PA
1901 Gadsden Street, Suite B
Columbia, SC 29201

Monday – Friday
8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
***Available after hours and by appointments***

Serving all of Lexington and Richland County.

Law Office of Nicholas G. Callas PA represents clients throughout South Carolina including Columbia, Lexington, West Columbia, Cayce, Sumter and parts of North Carolina including Charlotte.

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