The addition of Vernon Glenn, also known as the Lowcountry LawyerÂ¬Ã, to the Clore Law Group has created a top South Carolina personal injury law firm in the heart of Charleston which will continue helping victims of traumatic injury, medical malpractice and wrongful death cases. They will also continue to accept co-counsel relationships across the nation.
The Clore Law Group LLC is a Charleston personal injury law firm whose accomplishments have earned them a national reputation in catastrophic injury, wrongful death and medical malpractice lawsuits. Vernon Glenn, the Lowcountry LawyerÂ¬Ã, is a well-known Mt. Pleasant personal injury lawyer and wrongful death attorney. He is one of only 31 board-certified civil trial lawyers in South Carolina. This certification is awarded by the National Board of Trial Advocacy based on qualifications, accomplishments, trial experience, and a written examination. Individually these were top litigation firms; Each sought as co-counsel on significant injury claims. Together, the combined experience and passion for helping victims of injuries is without compare.
These South Carolina attorneys have tried and won personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits arising from:
They will not accept a case unless they are willing to take it to trial to win for the client. Not all Charleston Injury lawyers are prepared to go to trial. This places the Clore Law Group among a distinguished list of trial lawyers.
This court room experience and success is the reason Vernon Glenn decided to join the firm. When asked of joining the Clore Law Group, Vernon responded "Mark Clore and Sam Allen are successful, effective plaintiff's attorneys supported by extremely accomplished associates with an approachable yet detail-oriented administrative staff. This team at Clore Law Group knows, lives, and breaths serious, significant tort and personal injury law. Not only do they know how to go to the courthouse, but they love to try cases and have the results to prove it."
After almost 40 years in practice, Vernon Glenn is excited about this new era of his career. Attorneys in solo practice have to forgo accepting cases of merit from people they want to help due to resource limitations. There are only 24 hours in a day and only so much one attorney and his staff can accomplish. With the support of 5 skilled trial attorneys and their staff, Vernon will be able to accept case he may not have been able to.
The Clore Law Group maintains office in South Carolina and North Carolina, as well as licenses to practice in several other states. They are currently accepting new clients, referrals from attorneys and co-counsel relationship across the entire United States.