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Former state chief justice Harwell joins Bell Legal Group

Published Thursday, February 25, 2010 11:34 PM J. Edward Bell, founding partner of the Bell Legal Group, announced today that The Honorable David Walker Harwell, retired Chief Justice of The Supreme Court of South Carolina, has joined Bell Legal Group as a senior partner in its Georgetown office. “Justice Harwell is a legendary figure and […]

Firm wins major case against Progress Energy

Jury awards $9 million in wrongful death of a Hartsville man, Darlington County’s largest award on record A Darlington County jury returned a verdict of $9 million on June 6 after finding Progress Energy responsible in the wrongful death of 21-year-old Allen Toney. The jury awarded Mary Washington, the victim’s mother, $3.5 million in actual […]

Bell Legal Group Announces New Paralegal/Legal Assistant

Lyndsey West to work in Georgetown Office FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 15, 2009 – The Georgetown office of Bell Legal Group, a national civil litigation firm, has announced the hiring of Lyndsey West, who will join the trial litigation department as a Paralegal/Legal Assistant. Ms. West, a native of West Columbia, SC, attended College of […]

Ford Faces Largest Judgment

Largest Judgment In New York History Arising From Single Accident Staten Island judge adjusts multi- million dollar verdict against Ford Motor Company for damages sustained in accident due to “defective and negligently designed roof structure”- awards local family nearly 20 million for damages sustained from fatal SUV Rollover Georgetown, SC September 9, 2008- A trial […]

Bell Legal Group Expands to New Tulsa Location

THE BELL LEGAL GROUP LLC EXPANDS BRINGING EXPERIENCE IN ENVIRONMENTAL LITIGATION VIA NEW TULSA LOCATION GEORGETOWN, SC, December 14, 2006 – The Bell Legal Group is proud to announce the opening of its new office in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The new staff will be led by environmental attorney, David Page, who brings over twenty five years experience […]

Watson vs Ford Motor Company

This was an historic verdict. However, it will never restore the life of Patricia Carter, nor change the horrible condition in which Sonya Watson was left.

Moyd vs Progress Energy

This jury recognized the unfairness of Progress Energy’s offer for damages and awarded damages approximately 15 times Progress Energy’s best offer.