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T. Ryan Langley

Ryan Langley is a 2002 magna cum laude graduate of Wofford College with a double-major in economics and government. After working in the White House during the George W. Bush Administration in 2003, Ryan attended the University of South Carolina School of Law as a Carolina Legal Scholar and a recipient of the Strom Thurmond merit scholarship in law. During his third year, Langley was elected Editor in Chief of the American Bar Association Real Property, Probate, and Trust Journal, a publication distributed to over 30,000 subscribers nationwide.

After law school, Langley honed his legal skills at the Atlanta office of Alston & Bird, LLP, where he focused on significant construction litigation and government contract matters. For the past 17 years, Ryan has focused his practice on cases involving catastrophic injury and wrongful death from car and truck collisions, dangerous/defective drugs and devices, and medical errors. His litigation experience spans all levels of South Carolina courts, including multiple appearances before the Supreme Court, as well as the United States Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit. He has also litigated extensively in state and federal courts in North Carolina and Georgia where he is also licensed to practice.

Recognized for his exceptional legal acumen, Langley holds an AV Preeminent rating from Martindale Hubbell, the highest level of professional excellence from his peers and the judiciary. He is a member of the Board of the International Society of Barristers, an invitation-only organization dedicated to upholding excellence and advocacy in the adversarial legal system. Additionally, Langley is an active member of the South Carolina Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates, another invitation-only society committed to preserving and promoting the Seventh Amendment right to civil jury trials.

Beyond his legal practice, Mr. Langley enjoys volunteering in the community in various roles. He has been a member of First Presbyterian Church of Spartanburg since 2007, where he serves on the diaconate. He previously served as vice-chair of the Tyger River Chapel Foundation, a group that raised over a million dollars to construct a chapel on the prison yard. He lends his advisory expertise to various non-profits, including the Salvation Army, Rotary Club of Spartanburg, and the Charles Lea Center. Ryan is committed to serving clients and advocating for justice but also to making a positive impact beyond the courtroom.

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Matt Foss

After working several years in the legal field, Matt began practicing law in early 2020 and obtained his first six-figure verdict just over a month later. Since practicing, Matt has obtained judgments and jury verdicts in excess of six million dollars, and effectuated millions of dollars in settlements for his clients. His experience covers all 46 counties of South Carolina courts (and Federal courts), including appearances at the South Carolina Court of Appeals. Matt has also taught evening legal education classes for the South Carolina Bar Association.

Matt focuses his practice on civil litigation and personal injury, including motor vehicle litigation, commercial motor vehicle wrecks, landlord tenant law, wrongful death, and drunk driving incidents, and premises liability. His particular emphasis, both professionally and scholastically, focuses on crashes that involve large trucks and buses, and helping victims of drunk drivers by holding the wrongdoers accountable for creating dangerous situations.

Outside of the courtroom, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Victoria, playing golf, watching sports, trying out new breweries and restaurants, and volunteering in the community.Most importantly, Matt’s greatest pride professionally is the close and personal relationship he builds with his clients. To Matt, the excitement of practicing law is constantly and passionately striving to elevate all aspects of his work to help clients in their darkest hours.