Rosen Hagood Observes Brain Injury Awareness Month

Andrew D. Gowdown March 10, 2021

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, a time to reflect on the impact these devastating and often life-changing events have on victims and their loved ones. Here at Rosen Hagood, we have the privilege of representing clients who have suffered brain injuries and observe first-hand the challenges that they face. We also recognize the incredible …

Remembering The Contributions Of Police Chief Reuben Greenberg

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Rosen Hagood February 25, 2021
Remembering Police Chief Reuben Greenberg.

In our final installment to commemorate Black History Month for 2021, Rosen Hagood takes a look at the life and leadership of former police chief Reuben Greenberg, the first black police chief of Charleston who passed away in 2014. We begin with an unlikely story that symbolizes not only Greenberg’s character but the heart of …

Rosen Hagood Law Firm Announces the Addition of F. Truett Nettles, II as Of Counsel

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Rosen Hagood December 9, 2020

Charleston, SC. (December 8, 2020) – Rosen Hagood is pleased to announce that F. Truett Nettles, II has joined the firm as Of Counsel. “We are pleased to have Truett join the firm,” said Andrew Gowdown, co-managing partner of the firm. “His decades of experience and broad areas of practice are a nice compliment to …

Rosen Hagood Stands United Against Systemic Racial Injustice

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Rosen Hagood October 22, 2020

We at Rosen Hagood stand united against systemic racial injustice affecting our society every day. Discrimination and violence, especially against people of color, is embedded in our nation’s history. Rosen Hagood, as a firm, supports the effort to rectify these inequalities.  We are proud to contribute to the Charleston Forum and the Sophia Institute whose missions are to transform systemic …

Rosen Hagood Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Rosen Hagood October 19, 2020

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease and support for continued research in hopes of finding a cure. Second only to skin cancer, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among American women. According to, studies show that 1 in 8 women in the United …

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