Dedicated trial lawyers focused on criminal defense & personal injury
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About The Firm
At Young & Young, Attorneys at Law, you will find seasoned trial lawyers who focus on criminal defense and personal injury law. Attorneys Adam and Kelley Young make themselves accessible for their clients because the firm thrives on the fact that its clients know who is fighting for them.
When you hire the firm, you are hiring a team – one with strong litigation experience and connections in the Lowcountry.
Strategic Litigators Who Fight Hard For Their Clients
In addition to the firm’s private practice, Adam and Kelley also work as prosecutors for the city of Folly Beach and Kiawah Island. Kelley also serves as a municipal judge in Mount Pleasant. As prosecutors, Adam and Kelley gain insight and experience that is ultimately beneficial to their private practice clients. Courtroom exposure, a sharpened skill set and building a stong reputation as a trial attorney are just a few of the benefits.
This experience also provides them with knowledge on what is needed by a prosecutor to convict or prove a case. This helps them understand what is necessary in building the strongest defense possible.
Giving Back To The Community
Adam Young is the legal advisor for Hunting for Healing Inc., which is a charitable organization aimed at providing positive outdoor events and hunts for disabled United States military veterans and spouses. Adam counsels the organization on legal issues to ensure Hunting for Healing can best serve the military community.
He also serves as a member of The College of Charleston and MUSC’s Attorney Assistance program.
What Our Clients Say
“Adam did an exceptional job in assisting me with my legal woes, keeping me informed each and every step of the way…”
– Ryan F.
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