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Scott Drescher

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Mr. Drescher is licensed to practice law in South Carolina and the United States District Court of South Carolina. He has handled complex civil litigation, including wrongful death cases, for over twenty years. This experience has helped him become a successful trial attorney and he puts this knowledge and experience to use every day in helping his clients.

Mr. Drescher attended the University of Kentucky and Western Kentucky University where he was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity and captain of the varsity swim team. He graduated with a B.A in psychology and sociology from WKU in 1991. His education and knowledge in these social sciences have assisted him in understanding the thinking process of juries-helping him become a very successful trial attorney. In fact, he has lost only a few trials in the last twenty years.

Thereafter, Mr. Drescher attended Ohio Northern University, Claude W. Pettit College of Law. While at ONU law, he was vice-president of Phi Alpha Delta, and taught street law to a high school class.

Upon graduation, Mr. Drescher worked at Stoney and Stoney, an old Charlestonian law firm, where he handled difficult and complex litigation files. Thereafter, he joined a North Charleston plaintiff's firm where he eventually handled the majority of their largest cases and helped thousands of injured individuals.

He currently resides on James Island with his wife Jackie and their sons Zachary and Ryan.

Practice Areas

  • Civil Litigation
  • Personal Injury
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Wrongful Death

Education

  • J.D. Ohio Northern University, Claude W. Pettit College of Law

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