While insurance defense litigation has been and continues to be a mainstay for the firm, the attorneys at Horger and Connor, LLC are experienced in a broad range of legal areas and their representation includes matters in all state and federal courts, property law and real estate transactions, representation in commercial matters including business formation, collections, and litigation, agricultural law, and representation in employment law matters. In addition, both Michael P. Horger is a certified as Circuit Court mediators and arbitrator. A long and distinguished list of clients have retained the firm through the years, including the following:
Canal Insurance Company, Insurance Reserve Fund, Georgia-Pacific Corporation, SC Department of Transportation; SC Farm Bureau Insurance Company, SC Insurance Company, Orion Auto Insurance Company, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, United Services Automobile Association, CSX Transportation, Inc., Reese Brothers, Inc., Nucor Building Systems, Inc., Chester Metropolitan Association, and General Food Stores.
Bill Connor is a member of the South Carolina Bar and Federal Bar. In addition to his legal practice, Bill is an Army Lt. Colonel recently back from Afghanistan where he served as Senior US Advisor to Helmand Province. Bill recently made the runoff election for state level office and is the author of the book "Articles from War."
The Firm is conveniently located on Centre Street, one block from the Orangeburg County Courthouse in the former Federal Land Bank building (pictured on homepage).
Specific Areas of Practice for our Orangeburg office:
5.0/5.0 Review for Michael P. Horger, LLC on 03/12/13 in Family Law.
5.0/5.0 Review for Michael P. Hörger on 10/29/11 in Transportation.
Atty. Horger and his staff were wonderful in handling a traffic accident matter for me as an out of state client.
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