Attorney Victoria LeRoy
Victoria LeRoy joined the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin in 2024 to help injured people who are navigating complex legal issues and to seek justice for those who’ve been wronged. She cultivates a positive mindset in the face of adversity by working hard and challenging herself personally and professionally in all aspects of life. As an experienced South Carolina personal injury lawyer, she is not afraid to stand firm against opposing parties, insurance companies, or any entity that may attempt to undervalue her client’s claim.
Inspired at a Young Age to Become an Advocate
Victoria was inspired to pursue a legal career early in life, a decision shaped largely by her mother’s own journey through law school when Victoria was young. On days her school would shut down due to excessive snow, Victoria accompanied her mother to law school classes.
These early experiences, coupled with an urge to advocate for those without a voice, ignited Victoria’s passion to pursue justice and utilize the law to help others. Now, Victoria approaches negotiations with a tenacious and assertive mindset as she advocates for clients’ rights and interests.
After obtaining her J.D. from Duquesne University School of Law, Victoria moved to Charleston, South Carolina, where she began practicing personal injury law including medical malpractice, auto accident, and wrongful death cases in both South Carolina and West Virginia courts. Victoria chose personal injury law because she finds advocating for clients, many of whom are going through the most difficult moments in their lives, to be deeply meaningful.
Victoria recognizes that every legal matter is unique with its own set of complexities and nuances, so she engages in attentive listening, thorough investigation, and careful analysis. She seeks to understand every aspect of her clients’ cases so she can strategize how to seek maximum compensation while pursuing justice and accountability on their behalf.
Charmed by the Greenville Community
Victoria and her husband moved to Greenville, South Carolina for the sense of community and the area’s vibrant atmosphere. Victoria volunteers with a nonprofit organization that empowers and supports domestic violence survivors and provides education for the community.
Outside of work, Victoria enjoys running races, strength training, paddle boarding, and hiking. She finds physical challenges to be excellent opportunities for growth and mindfulness. Victoria also enjoys creating innovative culinary dishes and baking breads, her favorite being artisan sourdough loaves. An avid reader, Victoria is inspired by many diverse thinkers and philosophers.