Robert Goings has an array of individual, business, and corporate clients. He... more
Robert Goings has an array of individual, business, and corporate clients. He practices civil litigation in the areas of business torts, employment law, healthcare, defective products, professional malpractice, workers compensation, “bad faith” insurance claims, defective products, catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death, civil rights and constitutional law. Robert is a natural leader... view profile
Kenneth M. Suggs, a principal in the firm of Janet, Jenner & Suggs, has been a... more
Kenneth M. Suggs, a principal in the firm of Janet, Jenner & Suggs, has been a tireless champion of consumer legal rights for nearly 40 years. Known for his advocacy in the areas of medical malpractice, product liability and business litigation, he has been recognized nationally as one of the nation’s finest trial lawyers. As head of the firm’s Business Litigation Division, Mr. Suggs has won j... view profile
Paul served on the Board of Trustees of Thornwell Home for Children, a joyful... more
Paul served on the Board of Trustees of Thornwell Home for Children, a joyful Christian community that offers hope and wholeness to children and families. Currently he is serving on the Protection and Advocacy for People for Disabilities, Inc. PAIMI Advisory Council. He is also a member of the Columbia Film Society and the South Carolina Military History Club.
Practice Areas Consumer Law Insurance Bad Faith Personal Injury Veterans Disability... more
Practice Areas Consumer Law Insurance Bad Faith Personal Injury Veterans Disability Trucking Accidents Administrative Law - Professional Licensure Defense Auto Accidents Premises Liability Property Rights - Inverse Condemnation Defective Products Liability Civil Litigation Attorney Tad McLeod is a South Carolina native dedicated to providing effective advocacy for any perso... view profile
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