Walker and Morgan Welcomes New Attorney
LEXINGTON, S.C. -- Attorneys Billy Walker and Kirk Morgan of Walker & Morgan are pleased to announce that Chuck Slaughter has joined the firm as an attorney focusing on burn and personal injury cases, including electrical burns, construction litigation, wrongful death claims and car accident injuries.
A native of Rock Hill, Slaughter graduated with a B.A. from the University of South Carolina in 2006 with a double major in political science and criminal justice. He earned his Juris Doctor from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 2009 and received his license to practice law in South Carolina in November 2009. While in law school, he was a member of the Student Bar Association, Palmetto Law Society and Sports and Entertainment Law Society.
Slaughter is a member of the South Carolina Bar Association, American Bar Association, Lexington County Bar Associations, American Association for Justice, and the South Carolina Association for Justice.
Prior to joining Walker & Morgan, Slaughter was a law clerk with Baker, Ravenel & Bender in Columbia working in the areas of insurance coverage, insurance defense, products liability, premises liability and family law. He also served as a congressional intern in the Office of U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham in Washington, D.C. researching policy and drafting position papers.
Slaughter’s practice will focus on serious personal injury cases and in the areas of catastrophic, complex personal injury litigation primarily involving product liability. He will also be involved in lawsuits against insurance companies, defective product cases, burn trauma, construction litigation and automobile accident injury claims.
The Walker & Morgan firm, led by partners Billy Walker and Kirk Morgan, concentrates on serious burn injury claims and has cultivated a reputation as one the nation's most distinguished personal and burn injury law firms. The firm has handled many high-profile cases and has had extensive trial experience in its involvement in trials and litigation in various parts of the United States.