News & Updates from Hodge & Langley

Mighty Moo: Golf for a Good Cause

Written on June 12th 2017.

Hodge & Langley Law Firm is proud to be a sponsor – and participant – in this year’s Mighty Moo Festival Golf Tournament in Cowpens, S.C. Look for Ryan Langley out on the course as he and others compete as part of this annual tournament to support local charities. 

The tournament starts Friday, J… read more

Posted in About our Law Firm

Understanding Car Insurance

Written by Charles J. Hodge on June 5th 2017.

If you’re ever in a car accident, the first thing the police, lawyers and other drivers will ask you is, “Do you have insurance?” You shouldn’t be driving a car without some basic insurance (driving uninsured is illegal), but just because you have some insurance doesn’t mean you are covered against … read more

Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents

Defending Private Property: Hodge & Langley at the Supreme Court

Written by T. Ryan Langley on February 7th 2017.

UPDATE: In June 2017, the City of Spartanburg elected to settle this case for $500,000. A ruling was not made by the S.C. Supreme Court; instead, the City decided to settle and move forward. This stands as a victory for personal property rights in South Carolina. 


On February 8, 2017, Char… read more

Posted in About our Law Firm | News Articles | Police & Jail Negligence/Civil Rights

Focus Groups for Case Preparation

Written by T. Ryan Langley on February 2nd 2017.

One of the greatest tools in the trial lawyer’s arsenal is utilization of focus groups. The sample groups of people help us plan for how the jury may react to an upcoming case.

Every case an attorney takes on is unique. While we may be familiar with the topic or experienced with the subject matte… read more

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Wells Fargo Cases Expand

Written by T. Ryan Langley on December 15th 2016.

As you may have seen previously, Hodge & Langley Law Firm represents South Carolina Wells Fargo account-holders who are the victims of fraud by employees of Wells Fargo who opened accounts without the knowledge or permission of the account holder.

Now, the allegations against Wells Fargo have exp… read more

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