We have worked hard to develop a reputation statewide for delivering large case results in complex litigation. Our attorneys pay close attention to each client's needs and then tirelessly work toward a resolution that leaves our clients satisfied with the litigation process. Some of these settlements and recoveries were obtained while associated with other law firms or were working in connection with other lawyers. Some of these settlements and recoveries may have been subject to collections or made in payments over time. This list is not a description or characterization of the quality of the firm's representation, it is not intended to compare one attorney's work to another and is in no way a guarantee of a specific result for your case.
$17,000,000 - recovery for a physician whistle-blower in a qui tam lawsuit against hospital alleging violations of the False Claims Act and Stark Laws.
CONFIDENTIAL - settlement in a lawsuit against a company's agent alleging breaches of fiduciary duties.
$8,000,000 - recovery in lawsuit for damages arising out of breach of commercial services contract.
$4,100,000 - partial recovery in a lawsuit for Charleston, SC resident who suffered paralysis and brain injury in a fall from a defective porch due to rail failure.
$2,607,000 - judgment against a bar for an automobile accident caused by the bar’s intoxicated patron.
CONFIDENTIAL - recovery for minority shareholder in partnership dispute involving the wrongful taking of a corporate opportunity.
$1,042,000 - trucking accident involving the wrongful death of a minor.
$950,000 - recovery for a veteran's family against the V.A. for a wrongful death claim arising out of medical malpractice.
$900,000 - recovery in lawsuit for purchaser of electronic equipment for defective products that resulted in business interruption.
$900,000 - recovery for Lexington, SC company against insurer in lawsuit for bad faith commercial claims handling.
CONFIDENTIAL - recovery for Columbia, SC physician in employment lawsuit alleging wrongful termination and slander.
$750,000 - carbon monoxide exposure caused by faulty HVAC repair causing injury to homeowner.
$600,000 - recovery for Columbia, SC pharmacist in lawsuit for chemical burns due to defect product.
$600,000 - medical malpractice action involving pulmonary embolism following surgery.
$565,000 - recovery for Orangeburg, SC resident in lawsuit for injuries suffered in a hit-and-run motorcycle accident.
$375,000 - recovery for a Columbia, SC company in lawsuit for breach of contract against its administrator.
$350,000 - nursing home neglect lawsuit involving broken leg, dehydration, and malnutrition.
$335,000 - negligent in-home care resulting in broken leg.
$310,000 - recovery for a Columbia, SC family against insurer and agent for bad faith denial of claim for home damage.
$275,000 - recovery for the Estate of a Colleton County, SC resident who was killed in a motorcycle accident.
$256,000 - bad faith and breach of contract lawsuit against an insurer for wrongful denial of benefits after house fire.
$200,000 - False Claims Act violation involving fraudulent physical therapy services.
CONFIDENTIAL - recovery for a Blythewood, SC family against a nationwide builder for defective construction of new home.
$187,000 - recovery for an employee in lawsuit against employer for failure to pay the employee's wages when due.
$175,000 - partial recovery for Myrtle Beach, SC resident in lawsuit against bank alleging lender fraud and unfair trade practices.
$175,000 - bad faith and breach of contract lawsuit against an insurer for wrongful denial of benefits.
$125,000 - partial recovery for Eastover, SC resident who suffered leg and back injuries in a car accident on Highway 378.
WHILE WE ARE PROUD OF THE RESULTS, OUR ATTORNEYS HAVE ACHIEVED FOR OUR CLIENTS, PLEASE REMEMBER THAT EVERY CASE IS DIFFERENT, AND OUR COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA-BASED ATTORNEYS AND THE COURT MUST EVALUATE EACH CASE ON ITS OWN MERITS. PLEASE CONTACT US TODAY TO DISCUSS YOU PARTICULAR SITUATION SO THAT OUR ATTORNEYS CAN HELP YOU PLAN A PATH FORWARD.