The partners, associates, and staff of Chappell, Smith & Arden are pleased to share some recent firm news. Our team of personal injury lawyers in South Carolina are experienced in and passionate about protecting the rights of our clients. We are proud to go above and beyond to ensure we provide our clients with the highest standard of legal representation they need to make the best recovery possible.
Attorney Hugh McAngus recently spoke at a Southern Trial Lawyers Association (STLA) event. The mission of this esteemed association is to promote fellowship, learning, and networking among trial lawyers throughout the 13 southern states.
In July, Mr. McAngus will speak at the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Convention on “Dealing with Defense Pretrial and Trial Tactics in Trucking” cases. The AAJ is dedicated to promoting legal accountability and safety.
Mr. McAngus also recently published an article in the Journal of Trucking Litigation. His experience in this field of law is unparalleled.
Attorney Graham Newman recently authored an article that will soon appear in the SCAJ Justice Bulletin, the official bulletin of the South Carolina Association for Justice. The SCAJ advocates for fairness under the law.
Mr. Newman also recently taught a Trial by Jury class at the University of South Carolina School of Law. Mark Arden was invited to speak on the topic of Workers Compensation during one session.
Our personal injury lawyers in South Carolina at Chappell, Smith & Arden can be reached at 803-929-3600 or 800-531-9780 for additional information or for a free consultation. You can also learn more about our firm online. Our offices are conveniently located throughout South Carolina.
We serve clients in Columbia, Alken, Camden, Sumter, Orangeburg, Greenville, Florence, Beaufort, Irmo, Spartanburg, Myrtle Beach, Hilton Head Island, West Columbia, Rock Hill, Charleston, Lexington, Winnsboro, Summerville, and throughout the counties of Lexington County, Richland County, Sumtner County, Charleston County, Aiken County, Florence County, Lancaster County, York County, Spartenburg County, Orangebury County, Kershaw County, and Newberry County.