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. His multi-jurisdictional practice includes the states of South Carolina, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Kentucky.
Mr. Bostic’s 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.
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 hundreds of millions of dollars to facilitate the purchase parks and green space for the citizens of Charleston. He was nominated by the Charleston-Based USAF 16th and 17th Airlift Squadrons as an “Honorary Commander” and by the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office motorcycle police as an “Honorary Motorman.”
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).
In addition to being an accomplished attorney and experienced community leader, Mr. Bostic is a successful entrepreneur founding several million/multi-million dollar businesses. His experience in building and maintaining successful enterprises has garnered him a unique depth of understanding into the needs of his business clients and influences his practical approach to problem-solving.
Experience in both law and business led to Mr. Bostic’s position as CEO of the largest family- owned oil and gas company in Appalachia which garners production from 2,000 oil and gas wells in Kentucky and West Virginia and operates thousands of miles of pipeline infrastructure. His focus on acquisitions and the development of efficient gas transportation increased profitability during the 2018-2020 period of commodity pricing challenges.
In 2005, Mr. Bostic and his wife, Jenny, founded "Remember," an international humanitarian aid organization that currently assists widows and orphans suffering religious persecution in six underserved countries. He frequently travels around the world in furtherance of this effort and has served on numerous other non-profit boards.
Mr. Bostic is a former U.S. Marine selected to complete the rigorous training qualifications necessary to become a “Marine Combat Instructor of Water Survival (MCIWS)”. He earned a Meritorious Mast for his actions in theatre during the ground campaign of Operation Desert Storm.
Mr. Bostic is a helicopter and instrument-rated multi-engine pilot whose love of aviation and jurisdictional practice has resulted in his logging over 2,000 hours of pilot time to date.
The Bostics live on their family farm, “Peaceful Way” in Ravenel, South Carolina which offers a day retreat center they offer to community non-profit organizations and where Curtis raises Wagyu cattle. They have five adult children and regularly enjoy motorcycle rides, flying, serving in their local church, and the company of family and friends.
"Dealing with Mr. Bostic was one of the most pleasant professional experiences I've had. He was thoughtful, kind, considerate, and he had clearly reviewed the details of my case prior to our discussion. He spoke w candor and he helped me to understand nuances of my situation that had not even occurred to me. He is obviously extremely knowledgeable but is able to speak with you in a way that is easy to understand without seeming condescending. I recommend him and his office without reservation." -Craig
- 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