Turner Padget expands with addition of Hunter Windham

October 13, 2022

Turner Padget announced the addition of Associate Hunter Windham to the firm’s Charleston office. Windham joins the Insurance Litigation practice group and will support the Insurance Litigation team by representing insurance companies and insureds. He will provide claims handling advice and defend insureds from a variety of claims prior to and during litigation.

“Hunter is an excellent addition to our growing South Carolina team,” said C. Pierce Campbell, CEO and shareholder at Turner Padget. “His record of achievement, character, and commitment to excellent client service will further bolster our Insurance Litigation practice group and our work in the State of South Carolina and beyond.”

In his role, Windham will support the Insurance Litigation team and focus on insurance claims counsel and litigation, including personal injury actions and various other tort claims. Through his defense, he will conduct depositions, mediations, hearings and examinations.

Prior to joining Turner Padget, Windham clerked for Judge A. Marvin Quattlebaum Jr. of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, where his experience provided him unique insight into the types of legal issues that often lead to an appeal. Before that, Windham worked as an associate at a large defense firm, where his practice focused on business and commercial litigation.

Windham earned his undergraduate degree from Wofford College and his law degree from The University of Alabama School of Law.


Turner Padget exceeds expectations by taking your interests, your business and our relationships personally. Our depth of knowledge, technical strength and diverse experience makes us sharp, talented business thinkers able to see our clients’ needs holistically and get to the core of the problem quickly. As one of South Carolina’s largest law firms, Turner Padget has expanded into neighboring states with offices located in Augusta, Charleston, Columbia, Florence, Greenville and Myrtle Beach, along with a strategic alliance in Florida.