Kevin Richey is member of the South Carolina legal team at George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers. Kevin focuses his practice primarily on workers’ compensation and personal injury law, and has been an advocate for many South Carolina residents who needed an experienced voice when going up against the legal system. From personally reviewing clients’ cases to handling the legal work and complexities on their behalves, he remains committed to securing the best possible resolutions for those he represents. This includes helping injured workers file claims and appeals for benefits and helping injured victims protect their right to a recovery of damages suffered in preventable accidents. A native of Chattanooga, Tennessee, Kevin worked as a sportswriter for several years after graduating from Furman University in Greenville. He then went on to earn his law degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1995 before completing a judicial clerkship in Chester with the Honorable Paul E. Short, Jr. After a brief departure from South Carolina, Kevin returned and settled in Charleston, at which time he practiced real estate law and transactional work, and construction litigation. Since 2003, Kevin has concentrated exclusively on assisting individuals and families along the workers’ compensation and personal injury claim process.
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