Turner Padget Continues Litigation Practice Growth with Two Attorneys

Posted On Jul 29, 2015

Columbia, S.C. – Turner Padget Graham & Laney, P.A. announces the continued expansion of its litigation practice with the addition of two associates.  Allyce Bailey joins Turner Padget’s Columbia office, and Sarah Fragale is based in Charleston. These new attorneys support the firm’s strategic commitment to building its South Carolina offices, bringing the total number of new hires since January to eight lawyers.

Bailey practices in insurance litigation where she represents defendants in bodily injury, contract disputes and other litigation.

Prior to joining Turner Padget, Bailey was executive director of the South Carolina Women Lawyers, and a judicial law clerk for The Honorable DeAndrea Gist Benjamin. An avid contributor to the community, she advocates to eliminate homelessness and has served in leadership capacities for organizations dedicated to the cause.

Bailey earned her undergraduate degree from Northwestern State University, and her law degree from the Southern University Law Center.

Fragale brings five years of experience in litigation, focusing on construction defect, premises liability and personal injury defense. She is an active member of the Charleston County Bar Association. 

Fragale earned her undergraduate and law degrees from West Virginia University.

Turner Padget recently celebrated its 85th anniversary as one of South Carolina’s leading law firms, providing straightforward, practical advice to meet clients’ legal needs. With offices strategically located in Charleston, Columbia, Florence, Greenville and Myrtle Beach, the firm’s attorneys have a deep understanding of South Carolina’s laws and what it takes to do business in the Palmetto State. For more information, please visit Turner Padget online at