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(803) 779-2211

 

MAIL

P.O. Box 50143
Columbia, SC 29250

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EMAIL

frontdesk@harrisonfirm.com
Services

 

H&R has significant experience in litigating cases in courts around South Carolina. Our attorneys are adept at resolving issues without the need for litigation, but when it is needed, H&R relishes the opportunity to advocate for its clients.

 

We also host mediations, arbitrations, depositions, and other court-related functions.  

 

 

 

Areas of Practice


Debt Collection / Foreclosure

Real Property

 

Personal Injury / Civil Litigation​

 

Appeals 

Criminal Law​​​​​

 

False Arrest

Civil Rights

Free Speech / Media Law 

 

Our Firm

 

The firm's three attorneys bring more than 55 years of combined legal experience to bear on cases in the Palmetto State. 


Through an uncompromising dedication to understanding the details of each legal issue, H&R is able to offer representation and consultation of the highest order. 

 

News

10-19-2017

 

Taylor Smith appeared before the South Carolina Supreme Court, in Domainsnewmedia.com LLC v. The Hilton Head Island - Bluffton Chamber of Commerce (Appellate Case No. 2016-0460), to argue that the HHI-Bluffton Chamber was a public body for purposes of the S.C. Freedom of Information Act (SCFOIA). The Act provides that any organization that receives or uses public funds must respond to SCFOIA requests and hold open public meetings.   

1-11-2018 

 

Drew Radeker secured a judgment for $193,965.14 for a client against the landlord defendants in a wrongful eviction case.  The judgment amount includes trebled (i.e., tripled) actual damages, punitive damages, attorney's fees, and costs.  Our client's claims in the case included claims for wrongful eviction, breach of contract, failure to return security deposit amounts, abuse of process, injury through the use of sham legal process, and violation of the South Carolina Unfair Trade Practices Act.