Litigation

There is a difference between lawyers who “litigate” and those who are capable of actually trying a case, those whose business it is to litigate and those who sees their role as resolving disputes.

Lawyers at Callison Tighe handle trials in all federal and state courts in South Carolina, as well as before the many administrative agencies in the state. The firm’s attorneys have tried thousands of cases, both jury and non-jury, including lawsuits involving:

Callison Tighe’s roster of attorneys includes those who have clerked for trial and appellate judges in both state and federal courts.  Several have served in the active military, including deployment overseas in service to our country. Others have significant experiences in business and other areas beyond the practice of law.

Our lawyers draw upon their own experiences, and upon the experiences of colleagues, in order to understand the unique challenges facing our clients and to help accomplish our clients’ goals.

Callison Tighe’s litigators focus from the start on preparing each case to go to trial, gathering the evidence and conducting the investigations needed with an eye toward positioning clients for the best possible outcome. If the lawsuit ends in a settlement, this up-front work can help maximize the client’s result. If the lawsuit goes to trial, clients enter the courtroom confident that their attorney has the necessary experience and is thoroughly prepared.

Callison Tighe attorneys also stand ready to represent clients through any appeals that are necessary, eliminating the need to hire another lawyer or law firm that will spend time and money getting up to speed on a case.

Disclaimer
This description of Callison Tighe's services, experiences, or results in previous litigation or regarding specific clients for information purposes only and does not constitute representations or guarantees to other clients or prospective clients that the same or similar results may be achieved. The results and strategy for each case or matter is dependent on the facts and legal circumstances of that case.