Leadership in Law
$6.1 Million settlement
In only a few years of practicing, Hart Law won a huge $6.1 million dollar settlement. We accomplish in a short time frame some of the most amazing results for our clients.
Top Verdicts & Settlements of 2019
In 2019 Hart Law was listed for one of the top verdicts & settlements as reported by South Carolina Lawyers Weekly.
$2.2 Million settlement
Our client was killed by a drunk driver. The insurance carrier deployed their usual delay tactics until Hart Law started representing the client’s estate. We polarized the case using the “Rules of the Road”. We exhausted the policy limits for bodily injury and property damage.
$2 Million settlement
Our client was run over by a large commercial motor vehicle. The trucking company refused to admit fault until we conducted eight (8) hour depositions of the trucker and trucking company owner. We settled very shortly after the depositions.
$1.3 Million settlement
The family of a man who was killed when the van he was riding in crashed into an empty car-hauler trailer that had been allowed to come to rest in the lane of a highway has received a $1.3 million settlement for wrongful death and serious injury.
Largest Settlement of 2016
In 2016 Hart Law obtained the 4th largest settlement as reported by SC Lawyers Weekly.
Leadership in Law
In 2018 Christopher Hart received the prestigious Leadership in Law Award. This honor is given to attorneys who are committed to excellence and have gone above and beyond in their profession and community.
$1.5 million settlement
Our client was a college student who was returning home from studying for exams when a drunk driver t-boned our client’s vehicle at an excessive rate of speed.
Client was killed as a pedestrian on the interstate. Liability carrier tendered policy limits for bodily injury and property damage but the client’s UIM carrier denied coverage. After Hart Law deployed several cutting edge litigation tactics, the UIM carrier tendered the policy limits for bodily injury and property damage.
Client died in house fire on New Year’s Eve after family member left an unattended candle burning. The insurance carrier attempted to blame an amazon echo for causing the fire however we were successful in presenting evidence contrary to the insurance carrier’s assertion.
Any prior verdicts or settlements should not be interpreted as a guarantee of a result for your case. Each case is different and each case will be evaluated specifically to its merits.