Committed to the pursuit of trial excellence, Mr. Curtis Bostic has represented individuals, families, and businesses in court for almost 20 years, successfully litigating against some of the largest insurance, manufacturing, and service companies in the world as well as major medical providers and municipal, state, and federal government agencies.
Mr. Bostic is a member of numerous organizations advancing the art of litigation. His skill in trial has earned him the "Calhoun Advocacy Award" and induction into the selective "National Order of Barristers" for "excellence in the art of courtroom advocacy." He has also been selected as a Fellow in the prestigious "Litigation Council of America." In 2017, he was named as an honoree for South Carolina Lawyer’s Weekly’s Leadership in Law awards.
In addition to being a skilled litigator, Mr. Bostic has been chosen as general counsel to corporations, both for-profit and non-profit. These corporate entities range from small family-owned ventures to multi-million dollar corporations, including several energy companies that benefit from his multi-jurisdictional practice in South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania.
Mr. Bostic has served as a professional legal personality for WCSC channel 5 (NBC affiliate) and WTAT channel 24 (FOX affiliate). For over fifteen years he hosted a daily radio broadcast. Curtis is a frequent lecturer on various legal topics including taxes and estate planning, church protection policies, dispute resolution, and other matters affecting churches and other non-profit organizations.
Mr. Bostic has also long been an influential member of the Charleston Community. Elected to Charleston County Council for eight years (2001-2009) he served as both interim chairman and vice-chairman. He has served on numerous Charleston County boards including Charleston’s Magistrate Oversight Committee, Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments, Criminal Justice Coordinating Committee, Public Safety and Health Committee, and the Charleston County Aviation Authority among others.In 2004 he authored and sponsored the Charleston Greenbelt Bank ordinance. This highly successful program has garnered over 59 million dollars to facilitate the purchase of over 15,000 acres in parks and "greenspace" for the citizens of Charleston. Mr. Bostic also served on Charleston’s Greenbelt Advisory Board.
In 2005 Mr. Bostic founded "Remember," an international humanitarian aid organization that currently assists widows and orphans in six countries worldwide. He has traveled extensively in conjunction with this endeavor to numerous countries in Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia.
Locally, Mr. Bostic has also volunteered his time to hold office on numerous non-profit boards including Harvest Free Medical Clinic, Coastal CEF, Charleston County Motorcycle Squad, Charleston Bible Church, the Lowcountry Biblical Counseling Center, and Appalachian Bible College.
Mr. Bostic is a former US Marine earning a Meritorious Mast for his actions during the ground campaign of Operation Desert Storm. Mr. Bostic and his wife, Jenny, have five children and live on the family farm known as Peaceful Way which they also offer to churches and non-profit groups as an event venue.
In their free time, the Bostics enjoy motorcycles, flying, scuba diving, and the company of family and good friends.