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The McKay Firm Welcomes Charles Kinney

Midlands Law Firm Welcomes New Litigation Associate

COLUMBIA, SC McKay, Cauthen, Settana, & Stubley, P.A. is pleased to announce the addition of Charles Kinney as the newest associate at the firm.

Mr. Kinney, born in Greensboro, NC but a Myrtle Beach native, practices in the areas of government defense, general insurance defense, trucking and transportation law,commercial and business litigation, civil litigation defense, and products liability defense. Mr. Kinney graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2004  and continued on to the University of South Carolina School of Law, (J.D.,2008), while maintaining a place on the Dean’s List.

Prior to joining The McKay Firm, Mr. Kinney clerked for the Honorable Paul M. Burch, Circuit Court Judge for the South Carolina Fourth Judicial Circuit and then worked as a trial attorney for several years. He now lives in Columbia with his wife, Elizabeth and their son, Tripp.

McKay Firm Partner, Daniel R. Settana. Jr., stated, “Charles is a welcome addition to our insurance defense and transportation law practice. His experience as a trial attorney will be an additional asset to our team and to our clients.”

About The McKay Firm: McKay, Cauthen, Settana, & Stubley, P.A. (The McKay Firm) is a defense-oriented civil  litigation firm based in Columbia, South Carolina. Since 1908, our attorneys have provided excellent legal services to our clients throughout the Southeast. Our firm maintains an AV-Preeminent Rating by Martindale-Hubbell and is listed as a Recommended Insurance Firm by A.M. Best and the American Business & Insurance Attorneys. The firm was also selected for inclusion in Best Law Firms in America®, in the field of workers’ compensation defense-employers. For more information about The McKay Firm, please visit www.mckayfirm.com.

Insurance Defense | Commercial Litigation | Workers’ Compensation | Government Defense

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