Established in 1968,
Howell, Gibson and Hughes, P.A. has a long and proud tradition
of providing clients with quality legal services. We are
committed to delivering exceptional and competent legal
services to clients in a timely and efficient manner.
The Firm works with a wide array of local, state, and
national clients in the area of general civil trial practice
in all State and Federal Courts. Our focus is on civil
defense litigation. In addition to serving as outside
general counsel for Beaufort County, the Town of Port
Royal, and Beaufort Memorial Hospital, the firm also represents
clients in all types of insurance defense litigation,
medical malpractice, construction defect claims, employment
claims, accident and injury, banking, real estate, workers
compensation, governmental and administrative law.
The attorneys in our firm have earned the respect of their
peers. The Martindale-Hubbell Lawyer Rating system, which
evaluates lawyers and firms based on peer review, has
given our firm an AV rating. AV indicates that a firm
has reached the height of professional excellence, skill
Our defense practice encompasses all
sixteen judicial circuits of South Carolina, including
the counties of Charleston, Allendale, Hampton, Colleton,
Jasper, and Beaufort (inclusive of the Town of Hilton
Head Island and the Town of Bluffton).
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