Attorney Curtis Bostic has represented individuals, families, and businesses in court for over 25 years, successfully litigating against some of the largest insurance, manufacturing, and service companies in the world as well as major medical providers and municipal, state, and federal government agencies.
Mr. Bostic has long been an influential member of the Charleston community. Elected to serve two terms on Charleston County Council, he served as both its vice-chairman and interim chairman. Mr. Bostic has served on Charleston’s Magistrates Oversight Committee, Criminal Justice Coordinating Committee, the Public Safety and Health Committee, and the Charleston Aviation Authority. During his tenure, Mr. Bostic authored and sponsored Charleston’s Greenbelt Bank ordinance. This highly successful program has garnered over $59 million dollars to facilitate the purchase of over 15,000 acres in parks and green space for the citizens of Charleston.
For over 15 years, Mr. Bostic hosted a daily radio broadcast. He has also served as a professional legal personality for WCSC Channel 5 (NBC affiliate) and WTAT Channel 24 (FOX affiliate). He is a frequent lecturer on various legal topics.
His skill as an attorney has earned him the Calhoun Advocacy Award, and induction into the selective National Order of Barristers for "excellence in the art of courtroom advocacy". He has been selected as a Fellow in the prestigious Litigation Counsel of America and was awarded the Leadership in Law award in 2017. Recoveries made on behalf of his clients have earned him membership in the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
In addition to being an accomplished litigator, Mr. Bostic has been chosen as general counsel to many corporations, both for-profit and non-profit.
In 2005, he founded "Remember," an international humanitarian aid organization that currently assists widows and orphans in six underserved countries. He frequently travels around the world in furtherance of this effort and serves on numerous other non-profit boards.
Mr. Bostic is a former U.S. Marine. He earned a Meritorious Mast for his actions during the ground campaign of Operation Desert Storm.
An instrument rated multi-engine pilot, he and his wife, Jenny, have five children and live on their family farm. They enjoy motorcycles, flying, serving in their local church, and the company of family and good friends.
- Civil Litigation
- Personal Injury
- Workers Compensation
- Nursing Home Negligence
- Business & Non-Profit Law
- Oil & Gas Law
- Real Estate
- South Carolina, 1994
- North Carolina, 1994
- Campbell University School of Law, Juris Doctor, 1994
- National Trial Team
- Calhoun Advocacy Award
Professional Associations & Memberships
- Million Dollar Advocates Forum
- American Association for Justice
- Litigation Counsel of America
- American Bar Association