Attorney at Janet, Jenner & Suggs, LLC. Concentration in the areas of: complex... more
Attorney at Janet, Jenner & Suggs, LLC. Concentration in the areas of: complex medical malpractice, multi-district products liability litigation, and environmental toxic torts.Bar Admissions: South Carolina Bar; Georgia Bar; Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. Working on litigation across the country on a pro hac vice basis. **Disclaimer: Remember that any result achieved on behalf of a c... view profile
Chris Adamsis a shareholderpracticing in general civil litigation with a... more
Chris Adamsis a shareholderpracticing in general civil litigation with a concentration in construction law. After law school, Chris served as a law clerk for The Honorable James Johnson, Jr., Eighth Judicial Circuit and as an Assistant Solicitor for theEleventh Circuit Solicitors Office in Lexington, South Carolina. Before joining Collins Lacy in 2005, Chris was in private practice focusing on... view profile
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