Seasoned lawyers. Exceptional service. Where professional becomes personal.
When you choose The Horton Law Firm, you get the experience and capabilities of a large firm with the benefit of personal service. We take your case personally. You will always work directly with one of our experienced attorneys, every step of the way.
Our Practice Areas We are here to help.
Employment laws are written by employers and for employers. That’s why you need an experienced South Carolina employment lawyer on your side to fight against discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. We will do the research, apply the law, and fight for your case – without wasting time or money.
Our team has extensive experience serving as general counsel to local Public Housing Authorities. For decades our attorneys have served as valued partners and advisors to South Carolina Public Housing Authorities, advising and representing them on all areas of housing authority law and affordable development matters.
We provide legal services for all aspects of real estate transactions. Whether you’re buying your first home, adding to a list of rental investments, or building a new property, Horton’s real estate attorneys can offer the guidance to navigate all the legal aspects involved in real estate.
If you have been seriously injured and at financial risk through no fault of their own, you need an experienced lawyer with a track record of success who will shoot straight with you and fight for you. An experienced personal injury lawyer at the Horton Law Firm can help you.
Our Process No matter what your case entails, we always start with these basics:
You Fill Out Our Contact Form
The first step in our process is to fill out the contact form on our website. This form will allow you to provide some initial details about your case.
We Review Your Case
Once we receive your information, we will begin to review the materials.
We Schedule an Initial Consultation
Once we have reviewed the information you submitted, we will match you with one of our attorneys for an initial face-to-face consultation.
Testimonials Real Stories From
People We’ve Helped
I have had nothing but great experience working with Horton Law Firm. They handle both my personal and business attorney needs. I highly recommend them.
I could not have made a better decision than to hire the Horton Law Firm to represent me in my non compete suit. Do yourself a favor and call them and you will be relieved when you get your results.
The Horton Law Firm staff provided me with exceptional service. I cannot thank them enough for representing me and my company through a very difficult employment ordeal. Not only did they get me a great result, they were in constant contact with me and my wife during the whole process.
Communication was superb. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend the Horton Law Firm to anyone.
Why Choose Horton Law? Discover the
Since 1970, our experienced team has provided thoughtful counsel and aggressive representation to both businesses and individuals.
Our attorneys have extensive understanding and proven knowledge of our wide range of practice areas.
We combine the experience and capabilities of a large firm with the personal, individual service of a small, local office.
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