Awendaw, South Carolina

The Town of Awendaw is an extremely small town located immediately beyond the northernmost end of Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. Officially the town occupies a mere 8.4 square miles, 0.2 of which is water, but despite its slight size the Town of Awendaw bears substantial historical significance to the Carolina Lowcountry, as well as being a key environmental science, education, and conservation center around Charleston.

Founded as the Charleston Raptor Center in 1991 the, now, South Carolina Center for Birds of Prey studies the ecological status of wild birds as it directly relates and reflects environmental changes and the condition of biodiversity as a whole. Additionally, the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge has its headquarters in Awendaw and encompasses a 22-mile segment of southeast Atlantic coast including barrier islands, salt marches, intricate coastal waterways, beaches, and maritime forests.

The Refuge preserves habitat for waterfowl, shorebirds, and other resident species. And more specifically, the Refuge is actively working to aid in the recovery of the threatened loggerhead sea turtle.One particularly interesting piece of Awendaw history is the Old Wappetaw Church that was founded as a house of worship by refugees fleeing the Salem Witch Trials in New England during the 1690s. Today, apart from ecological centers and conservation efforts, Awendaw is home to weekly outdoor gatherings at Awendaw Green that showcase local musicians and craftsmen. And the Awendaw Blue Crab Festival annually attracts South Carolinians from all over the Palmetto State.

Regardless if you live in a bustling metropolis like Charleston, “out in the sticks” in Awendaw, or anywhere in between, unexpected personal injuries and work accidents bring about unwanted stress and worry about mounting medical bills and days away from work that can negatively effect the physical recovery process. Let the attorneys and staff at Howell and Christmas help you with the complicated legal issues arising from your personal injury, and ultimately help in getting your life back on track.

The Awendaw injury lawyers and staff here at Howell and Christmas are ready to go to court to recover all of the compensation you for your personal injuries or work related accident, including medical expenses, lost wages and any additional damages you have suffered. Also, with the addition of associate Reese M. Stidham, IV in January 2012 our law firm is able to provide effective and professional legal services in the unfortunate event you have been accused of a crime. Becoming involved in the criminal justice system is a daunting experience and the uncertainty about your future can be debilitating. We can help answer your immediate questions and help navigate you through the criminal justice system.

Additionally, the law firm of Howell and Christmas practice areas include residential and commercial real estate closings, §1031 tax exchanges, real estate agent and broker representation issues, developer and builder services, real estate investor services, title examinations, and title insurance.

Files are principally handled at our Mt. Pleasant office. Directions to our office from Awendaw are as follows: Head south on U.S. 17B South toward Charleston, turn right onto Houston Northcutt Boulevard, continue onto Mathis Ferry Road and our office will be located on the left at 250 Mathis Ferry Road.

Howell and Christmas also has an office location in North Charleston. Direction to our North Charleston office from Awendaw are as follows: Head south on U.S. 17B South toward Charleston, merge onto I-526 West via the ramp to North Charleston/Savannah, take exit 19 for North Rhett Avenue, turn left on North Rhett Avenue, make the second left on Remount Road and our office will be located on the left at 1495 Remount Road.

Here are the areas of practice we serve in Awendaw:

  • Personal Injury
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