Carl L. Solomon and Natalie R. Armstong addressed attendees of continuing legal education session at SC Bar
Columbia, SC – Solomon Law Group attorneys Carl L. Solomon and Natalie R. Armstrong presented at a continuing legal education (CLE) seminar on January 28, 2011 entitled Victims’ Rights in the Criminal Justice System. The CLE was sponsored by the Crime Victim Legal Network – A Program of the South Carolina Victim Assistance Network. Solomon and Armstrong spoke on the topic “Stepping Outside the Box-Civil Remedies for Crime Victims”.
“The South Carolina Victim Assistance Network serves all those in our state who have been touched by a violent crime,” says Solomon. “They work closely with the members of the South Carolina Bar to ensure that our attorneys and others in the legal profession are aware of the current issues, trends and necessity to address the needs of victims of violent crime in South Carolina.” The South Carolina Victim Assistance Network offers programs and resources for victims and victims’ advocates. They also sponsor an annual conference to provide additional learning opportunities. Victims’ Rights Week 2011 is scheduled for April 13-15 at the Marriott in Columbia.
Solomon is a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum® and has received the coveted AV Peer Review Rating™ from Martindale-Hubble®. He is the founder of the Solomon Law Group, LLC (www.solomonlawsc.com), which represents clients throughout South Carolina (including Columbia, Charleston, Greenville, Spartanburg, Myrtle Beach, Beaufort, and Rock Hill) and Georgia. The firm handles serious injury cases, wrongful death, product liability, and other complex cases. Solomon Law Group advocates for those who have been injured or died due to the use of dangerous drugs. The firm was founded in 2010 and has four attorneys admitted to practice in South Carolina and/or Georgia.
Armstrong, an attorney with the firm, concentrates her practice on civil cases, helping people injured in vehicle accidents or catastrophic injury cases, wrongful death, negligence, premises liability and medical malpractice. She has been admitted to practice in South Carolina and Georgia.