Thursday, October 25, 2012
Thomas H. Hart, III, Gregory L. Hyland, Kate H. Hyland, & Andrew T. Shepherd are pleased to announce the launch of their new firm at 207 East 1st North St, Summerville.
Hart Hyland Shepherd brings together several experienced and established Summerville lawyers to create a litigation firm dedicated to client-focused representation. With attorneys versed in multiple fields, Hart Hyland Shepherd works as a team to combine their respective knowledge and represent all aspects of a client’s needs. This firm will provide a highly personal service to its clientele with compassion, dedication and experience.
The firm handles multiple practice areas, including Estate and Probate, Personal Injury and Toxic Torts, Family Law and Business Law.
Hart Hyland Shepherd, LLC brings together the following Summerville attorneys:
• Thomas H. Hart, III, with over 30 years of experience in personal injury and toxic tort litigation, is one of the most recognized attorneys in his field. His focus areas include toxic torts, product defects, construction accidents and vehicle accidents.
• Gregory L. Hyland is an experienced litigation attorney, with a focus on all aspects of family and divorce law as well as business litigation. He currently serves as counsel to a number of Summerville small businesses.
• Andrew T. Shepherd is an established estate planning and probate attorney. Protecting and preserving the personal and property rights of individuals, businesses and local governments are the hallmarks of Andy’s practice.
• Kate H. Hyland is a litigation attorney, with experience in personal injury, toxic torts, construction and business litigation.
The attorneys with Hart Hyland Shepherd all live in the Summerville community and are committed to bringing serious representation to the area. They all give back to the community through various organizations, including the Exchange Club, Chamber of Commerce, Junior Service League, Summerville YMCA, Lions Club, and the Frances R. Willis SPCA.
Hart Hyland Shepherd, LLC is proud to call Summerville home and to launch this new business in the community.
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