Welcome to Turner Padget

With five offices strategically located across South Carolina, Turner Padget has extensive experience representing clients throughout the state.  Because our attorneys have a deep understanding of South Carolina’s laws and what it takes to do business in the Palmetto State, we provide our clients with straightforward, practical advice targeted at meeting their legal demands.  In addition, we have experience in dealing with various out-of-state and international issues.  Whether a client's needs are in South Carolina or beyond, our attorneys employ a sensible and well-reasoned approach in handling matters, and we pride ourselves in providing both effective and efficient representation to our clients.

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Elaine Fowler to Speak at SCWLA Conference

The 2014 S. C. Women Lawyers Association Conference will be held from October 9 - 11th at the Wild Dunes Resort on the Isle of Palms.  SCWLA is celebrating its 20th anniversary at this year's conference. During the conference a panel of former women presidents of the South Carolina Bar, including our own Elaine Fowler who was the first female president, will discuss "Common Threads of Sucess, Past & Future."

21 Turner Padget Attorneys Included in 2015 Best Lawyers in America

Turner Padget Graham & Laney, P.A., is pleased to announce that twenty-one of its attorneys have been listed in the 2015 edition of Best Lawyers in America.   Corporate Counsel magazine has called Best Lawyers “the most respected referral list of attorneys in practice.”   

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Free Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Health Seminar

Please join Palmetto Health HealthWorks and Turner Padget for a FREE Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Health Seminar for adjusters and employers on Wednesday, September 24, 2014 from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in Columbia, South Carolina. If you have any questions, please contact your Turner Padget workers' compensation attorney.

Haley Appoints Mike Campbell

Governor Nikki Haley has appointed Mike Campbell to the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission to serve the remainder of Andrea Roche’s term, who announced her resignation earlier this month.

Andrea Roche resigns from the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission

Commissioner Andrea Roche has tendered her resignation to Governor Nikki Haley, effective July 31, 2014. Commissioner Roche has served on the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission since 2006. She graduated from Yale Law School, clerked for Judge Chapman of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and practiced workers’ compensation defense before being appointed to the Commission.

Court of Appeals case could allow increased exposure for spine claims.

A recent Court of Appeals case could allow increased exposure for spine claims with radiculopathy.

2014 Legislative Update

The South Carolina State Legislature is back in session, and five pre-bills have been filed regarding Workers’ Compensation.