Charles L. Henshaw, Jr. (P.C.)

Charles L. Henshaw, Jr. (P.C.): Attorney with Furr & Henshaw AV stamp icon
Attorney Awards

Biography

Society of Wig and Robe. Member, South Carolina Law Review, 1979-1981. Recipient, South Carolina Trial Lawyers Association President's Award, 2005. Author: "Torts, Annual Survey of South Carolina Law," 32 South Carolina Law Review 205, 1980. Contributor, "South Carolina Damages," Medical Malpractice, 2004.

Areas of Practice (7)

  • Civil Practice
  • Trial Practice
  • Negligence
  • Products Liability
  • Medical-Legal Law
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Litigation

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
843-626-7621  Phone
www.scmedicalmalpractice.com
University Attended:
University of South Carolina, B.A., 1974
Law School Attended:
University of South Carolina, J.D., 1980
Year of First Admission:
1981
Admission:
1981, South Carolina; 1981, U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina; 1982, U.S. Court of Appeals, 4th Circuit; 1985, U.S. Supreme Court; 1989, U.S. Court of Federal Claims
Memberships:
Richland County, South Carolina and American Bar Associations; South Carolina Bar (Member: Fee Dispute Resolution Committee, 1982-1988; Professional Responsibility Committee, 1993-2003); South Carolina Association for Justice (Board of Governors, 1994-2001, 2004—; Editor, The Bulletin, 1994-1995; Secretary, 1995-1996; Treasurer, 1996-1997; Vice President, 1997-1998; President Elect, 1998-1999; President, 1999-2000); The American Association for Justice; American Board of Trial Advocates (Associate).
Reported Cases:
Preer v. Mims, 1996 WL 543735 (S.C. Sep. 23, 1996) (No. 24492); Anderson v. Short, 1996 WL 543736 (S.C. Sep. 23, 1996) (No. 24493); Lee v. Suess, 457 S.E.2d 344 (S.C. Apr. 17, 1995); Swanigan v. American National Red Cross, 313 S.C. 416, 438 S.E.2d 251, 62 U.S. L.W. 2451; Blake by Adams v. Spartanburg General Hospital, et al, 307 S.C. 14, 413 S.E. 2d 816 (S.C., 1992); Doe v. American Red Cross Blood Services, 297 S.C. 430, 377 S.E. 2d 323 (S.C., 1989); Hume v. Durwood Medical Clinic, Inc., et al, 285 S.C. 377, 329 S.E. 2d 443 (S.C. App., 1985); Hume v. Long, et al, 297 S.C. 318, 377 S.E. 2d 99 (S.C. App., 1988); Jenkins v. Meares, 302 S.C. 142, 394 S.E. 2d 317 (S.C., 1990); Jensen v. Anderson County Department of Social Services, et al, 304 S.C. 195, 403 S.E. 2d 615 (S.C., 1991); Jensen v. South Carolina Department of Social Services, et al, 297 S.C. 323, 377 S.E. 2d 102 (S.C. App., 1988); Johnston v. Ward, et al, 288 S.C. 603, 344 S.E. 2d 166 (S.C. App., 1986); Logan v. Gatti, et al, 289 S.C. 546, 347 S.E. 2d 506 (S.C. App., 1986); Norris v. Ferre, 432 S.E. 2d 491 (S.C. App., 1993); Roof v. Kimbrough, et al, 297 S.C. 256, 375 S.E. 2d 318 (S.C. App., 1988); Sherer v. James, 286 S.C. 304, 334 S.E. 2d 283 (S.C. App., 1985), 339 S.E. 2d 513 cert. gr in part, 290 S.C. 404, 351 S.E. 2d 148 (S.C., 1986); Sligh v. Johnson, st al, 288 S.C. 364, 342 S.E. 2d 620 (S.C. App., 1986).
ISLN:
906539345

Peer Reviews

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