Since 1983, this firm and its predecessor have provided litigation and legal services to businesses, manufacturers, individuals and the insurance industry throughout South Carolina, including the Federal Courts in the State. The lawyers at Aiken, Bridges, Elliott, Tyler & Saleeby are dedicated to the prompt, competent and efficient handling of client matters in conformity with the highest ethical standards. Aiken, Bridges, Elliott, Tyler & Saleeby has achieved the highest rating for legal ability in Martindale-Hubbell.Our attorneys have an exemplary reputation with corporate and insurance clients in eastern South Carolina, as well as with the judiciary and other lawyers throughout South Carolina. There are only four lawyers in the Pee Dee region of South Carolina who are fellows of the American College of Trial Lawyers, and three of them work for our firm. Our firm includes past presidents of the Florence County Bar Association and the South Carolina Bar Association.
We represent insurance companies, manufacturers, contractors and health care providers, as well as individuals who have been injured due to the fault or negligence of another party. Our attorneys handle cases throughout South Carolina but primarily in the Pee Dee and Grand Strand areas of eastern South Carolina.
181 East Evans Street, Suite 409
The Law Office of Aiken, Bridges, Elliott, Tyler & Saleeby will represent your Personal Injury legal matters.
-General Civil Practice in State and Federal Courts
-including Trials and Appeals a
-Insurance Coverage and Defense
-Mediation and Arbitration
E. Glenn Elliott
Insurance Defense Litigation; Negligence; Construction; Products Liability; Insurance Coverage Issues
Admitted: 1986, South Carolina
Law School: University of South Carolina, J.D.
Member: South Carolina Bar; South Carolina Defense Trial Attorneys Association (Member, Executive Committee); Defense Research Institute.
Biography: Delta Theta Phi. Member, National Trial Competition Team, University of South Carolina, 1986. Member, American Bar Association Law Student Division Executive Committee, University of South Carolina, 1985-1986. Certified Arbitrator. Certified Mediator.
Cases: Harleyville Mutual Insurance Co. v. R.W. Harp and Sons, Inc., et al., 305 SC 492 409 SE2d 418 (SC App. 1991)