8 Chalmers Street | P.O. Box 1034 | Charleston, S.C. 29402
TEL. (843) 722-8048 | FAX (843) 722-2140

Small Firm, Big Results

Unlike many larger firms, the Law Offices of Gedney M. Howe, III is able to give each client intensive individual attention from the attorneys handling their case. Our small size allows us to quickly adapt to the ever changing legal environment and effectively meet client needs. Some notable results include:

  • $5 Million +
  • $5 Million +
  • $8.5 Million
  • $9 Million +
  • $13 Million +
  • $6 Million +
  • $200 Million +
  • $1.5 Million
  • $7 Million +
  • $3 Million +
  • $2.5 Million
  • $4.5 Million
  • $3.5 Million
  • $1.2 Million
  • $4 Million
  • $1 Million +
  • $2.5 Million
  • $1.3 Million
  • $1.25 Million
  • $19 Million +
  • Electric Shock Injury
  • Industrial Burn - Steel Mill
  • Commercial Truck - Wrongful Death
  • Bicyclist Death Case
  • Shipping Container Injury
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Breach of Contract - Utility Company
  • Products Liability - Hunting Stand
  • Estate Dispute
  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
  • Electrocution - Failure to properly isolate electrical wires
  • Trucking Injury
  • Defective Tire
  • Products Liability - Cross Cut Saw
  • Products Liability - Motorcycle
  • Auto Accident - 2 level cervical fusion
  • Negligence - Wheel chair fall from airport shuttle ramp
  • Trucking / Auto Accident - 3 level cervical fusion
  • Negligence - Fall in hole left unguarded by construction workers
  • Admiralty Death Case (minors) - U.S. Coast Guard negligence

Million Dollar Settlements of 2009

 

Our office represented the South Carolina State Senate in reapportionment litigation and State Representative Tim Wilkes, the only indicted legislator found not guilty in the FBI sting operation “Lost Trust.” Former South Carolina Treasurer Thomas Ravenel and former chairman of the State Development Board Dick Greer have been clients of the firm. In State v Seabrook our client was acquitted of murder. Our firm argued State v. Thrift before the SC Supreme Court on the issue of prosecutorial misconduct and was involved with U.S. v. Byers, a case surrounding the marijuana smuggling investigation known as "Jackpot".