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Reeves, Aiken & Hightower, LLP is a renowned law firm committed to achieving what is just and right for its clients. The firm focuses in personal injury, DUI and workers compensation related law suits.

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Firm Overview

Named in Super Lawyers and recognized by the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the National Trial Lawyers for having some of the top trial lawyers in America, Reeves, Aiken & Hightower, LLP's lawyers constantly strive to perfect their skills and distinguish them from the competition.

Clients deserve and expect results. While each case is different, Reeves, Aiken & Hightower, LLP know their clients are counting on them and work hard to achieve results. Recent settlements and verdicts for claims ranging from workers compensation to auto injury consistently exceeds $100,000.

Reeves, Aiken & Hightower, LLP is a South Carolina law firm whose primary focus is DUI and workers compensation. The firm also handles personal injury, accidents, criminal defense, nursing home abuse, Social Security disability and traffic tickets.

The attorneys at Reeves, Aiken & Hightower, LLP are licensed to practice in both North and South Carolina. The law firm has office locations in Fort Mill and Columbia in South Carolina, and in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Main Office

Main Office
1012 Market Street, Suite 205
Fort Mill  SC  29708

Phone
  • 803.548.4444
Fax
  • 803.548.7050

Other Offices

  • Charlotte Law Office
    301 S. McDowell Street
    Suite 1104
    Charlotte,  NC  28204
  • York County Office
    252 Latitude Lane
    Suite 101
    Lake Wylie,  SC  29710
  • Columbia SC Law Office
    2231 Devine Street
    Suite 201
    Columbia,  SC  29205
DUI and DWI
The lawyers at Reeves, Aiken & Hightower, LLP have worked on both sides of case. Former DUI prosecutors now handle DUI defense.
The attorneys at Reeves, Aiken & Hightower, LLP have been practicing trial lawyers since 1989. The firm brings over 75 years of combined experience to the table. Its attorneys are licensed to practice in North and South Carolina.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

Many plaintiffs’ attorneys are too quick to settle a case, if for nothing else but to collect their fee and move on to the next clients. Reeves, Aiken & Hightower, LLP does not operate this way. Your case will only settle if it is in your best interests. Each attorney is an experienced trial lawyer, ready to take your case to verdict.

Robert Reeves

Robert J. Reeves is a seasoned litigator among SC attorneys. He has tried cases successfully in both federal and state courts. He also is experienced in workers

Art Aiken

Arthur K. Aiken, after graduating at the top of his class in law school, is a veteran trial lawyer. He

Bea Hightower

A. Bea Hightower is an experienced criminal lawyer. She was also a prosecutor and a public defender. She has a passion for children

Tyler Burns

J. Tyler Burns is an Associate Attorney at the South Carolina law firm of Reeves, Aiken & Hightower, LLP. He received both his bachelor

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Child Injuries on the Playground in North and South Carolina

Created On: 08/29/2014

When a child is injured outside the care of their parents, the person, business, or organization may very well be liable for the damages experienced by the child and his or her parents.

Effects of North Carolina DWI Law on Your License

Created On: 08/19/2014

One of the most important aspects of DWI laws in North Carolina is the implication that they have for your license.

“Drugged Driving” and DWI Drug Recognition Experts in North Carolina

Created On: 07/24/2014

In North Carolina, you can be charged with Driving While Impaired even if you are impaired by a drug other than alcohol.  While most people think of a DWI as a charge of “drinking and dr

South Carolina Juvenile Delinquency Cases, Child Crimes

Created On: 07/24/2014

In South Carolina, juvenile delinquency cases are heard in family court.  A child (also known as a juvenile) is defined as a person less than 17 years of age.  One exception of th

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