Practice Areas The Right Lawyers for Your Unique Case
The Horton Law Firm is based in Greenville, S.C., and our attorneys practice throughout South Carolina. We take pride in our strong reputation for resolving complicated problems in a variety of practice areas. When litigation is necessary, our aggressive litigators have experience in several legal practice areas in both state and federal courts.
The skilled lawyers at Horton Law Firm can represent clients with a variety of legal concerns. We have experienced attorneys in Greenville working in the areas of:
- Business and Corporate law, including formations, mergers and acquisitions, and dissolutions
- Personal injury
- Nursing home negligence
- Real Estate LawCommercial and Residential real estate transactions and developments.
Our team includes skilled and savvy negotiators, including three mediators certified by the South Carolina Supreme Court.
Contact us today to speak with one of our Greenville lawyers with the right experience for your case. Or learn more about our legal practice areas below:
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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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