News & Updates from Hodge & Langley

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

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

Posted in News Articles

Wells Fargo Fraud Cases

Written by T. Ryan Langley on November 10th 2016.

Hodge & Langley Law Firm is now representing clients in South Carolina who are victims alleging fraudulent accounts were opened in their names by employees of Wells Fargo.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau revealed in August 2016 that Wells Fargo had created over 2 million fake accounts by… read more

Posted in News Articles | Product Liability & Recalls

Wrongful Death, Suicide and Ex-Spouses

Written by T. Ryan Langley on September 26th 2016.

Suicide affects those left behind in devastating ways. One common reaction is to try to find someone or something to blame for a loved one’s death. If, in searching, there are indications that another person’s negligence was responsible for the victim’s death, then the law may provide a remedy in th… read more

Posted in News Articles | Wrongful Death

Summer Water Safety

Written by Charles J. Hodge on July 15th 2016.

As South Carolina gets hotter, many of us are spending more time in pools, lakes and at the beach. While the water offers some cool relief, it can also present a real danger to our children and families.

Drowning is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States, killing approximately 10 p… read more

Posted in News Articles