Charleston Personal Injury Attorney Gary Christmas Brings The Spirit of His Namesake To Clients

Top South Carolina Personal Injury Attorney Gary Christmas Brings The Hopeful Spirit of His Namesake to His Clients Who Know He’ll Go The Distance To Get Them What They Deserve

Charleston, SC – June 8, 2011– Because of his unique, conversation starting last name, Gary Christmas says it took a while to even get a pizza delivered when he first moved from his hometown of Columbia, South Carolina to Charleston to start his own law firm.

Since the late 90s, when he and his partner Ladson F. Howell, Jr. launched their personal injury law firm, it’s been Howell and Christmas year round for thousands of clients whose lives have been altered by everything from automobile and truck/semi-truck accidents to boating accidents, brain injuries, spinal injuries, drunk driving accidents, spinal injuries and sexual abuse.

With over 30 years of combined legal experience, the Charleston injury lawyers represent accident victims and injured workers. They are dedicated to protecting the rights of the injured and their families, including representing those injured on the job under the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act, the Federal Longshoreman and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act and Defense Base Act. They also represent clients who have been hurt as a result of negligence by retail stores, bars, hotels, landlords and apartments, wrongful death and other cases where there are victims who suffer injuries caused by the negligence of others.

Christmas is a member of the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Education Association; the Workers’ Compensation Section of the South Carolina Bar, where he is a council member; the Workers’ Injury Law and Advocacy Group (WILG) where he serves on the State Legislative Committee and the South Carolina Injured Workers’ Advocates (IWA) where he serves as Secretary of the organization and as Chairman of the Brief Bank Committee. He is a member of the American Association of Justice, the South Carolina Association of Justice, the United States Supreme Court Historical Society and the Small Business Chamber of Commerce.

He is a member of the South Carolina Bar and Charleston County Bar Associations and serves as a Mentor for the Lawyer Mentoring Pilot Program. He is also a Certified Circuit Court Mediator, has tried more than 200 cases, concentrating on legally complex issues, and has represented numerous clients in appellate practice including several appearances before the South Carolina Appeals Courts.


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