Tom Nelson is a Charleston attorney who practices in the areas of general civil... more
Tom Nelson is a Charleston attorney who practices in the areas of general civil litigation, real estate litigation, personal injury, business law, criminal defense, and family law. A native of Charleston, South Carolina, Mr. Nelson graduated from Bishop England High School in 1995 and received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the College of Charleston in 2000. While att... view profile
Stephan Futeral is an experienced Charleston attorney who handles lawsuits in South... more
Stephan Futeral is an experienced Charleston attorney who handles lawsuits in South Carolina's state and federal courts. As a trial lawyer located near Charleston, South Carolina, Mr. Futeral deals with many types of legal matters involving consumer law, employment law, business law, DUI / DWI defense, personal injury, auto accidents, wrongful death, medical and legal malpractice, products liab... view profile
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Disclaimer: The client reviews and endorsements made on this site have been made by actual clients and/or attorneys. It is important to note that the results obtained for any one client do not necessarily indicate similar results can be obtained for other clients or in any way represent that Reese or Howell & Christmas, LLC will be able to obtain a similar or better result for any future clie... view profile
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