Turner Padget Graham & Laney, P.A. is pleased to announce the opening of its sixth office in Augusta, Georgia. Turner Padget has been serving South Carolina for nearly 90 years and is excited to expand its service area into Georgia. The firm has a history of offering clients efficient solutions in the modern marketplace and is always striving to provide practical, actionable advice.
“Turner Padget recognizes the tremendous growth in Augusta, as well as the increasing significance of the CSRA as part of the Southeastern regional economy,” said Bettis C. Rainsford, Jr., attorney in the Augusta and Columbia offices.” With the addition of an Augusta office, we are excited to be a small part of that growth and to be better positioned to represent our clients on either side of the Savannah River.”
In an article published by Soda City BizWire on September 6, 2016, the firm’s addition of Paul Lawson, Frank Stern, Bettis Rainsford and Hannah Stetson is announced. “Paul, Frank, Bettis and Hannah are all experienced and talented attorneys, and we are pleased to add them to our growing team,” said R. Wayne Byrd, chief executive officer of Turner Padget. “The clients we represent seek quality, value-driven legal counsel in South Carolina, and these additions strengthen our ability to respond promptly and strategically to those legal needs.”
Turner Padget Graham & Laney, P.A. announces its continued expansion with four new associates. Paul E. Lawson is based in Myrtle Beach and joins the firm’s Insurance Litigation Group; Frank Stern is based in Greenville and joins the firm’s Insurance Litigation Group; and Bettis Rainsford, Jr. and Hannah D. Stetson are based in Columbia and join the firm’s Product Liability and Employment Practice Groups, respectively. These attorneys bring the number of new hires since January to 13 lawyers, supporting the firm’s strategic commitment to building its five South Carolina offices.