The Bostic Law Group, PA is pleased to announce that on January 30th, 2017 the South Carolina Lawyers Weekly selected Curtis Bostic as an honoree for the 2017 South Carolina Leadership in Law Awards. The South Carolina Leadership in Law Awards recognizes attorneys from across South Carolina who have achieved success in their law practice, made contributions to society, and had an impact on the legal profession.
The Bostic Law Firm is hosting an event called “Charleston Salutes!” to honor our local emergency responders. It will be held at Peaceful Way on September 10, 2011 from 3:00 to 9:00. All Charleston County police officers, fireman, sheriff’s department workers, EMS workers, and their families will be invited to this FREE event which includes a water park, rides, free food, horseback riding, a climbing wall, fireworks and other activities. Volunteers are needed to assist and everyone is encouraged to drop off thank you cards and letters to be given out to our emergency professionals. For more information, please go to PeacefulWay.org
The Bostic Law firm is hosting a free community event on July 4 from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm. There is a water park, horseback riding, free helicopter rides, a black powder rifle shoot, food, live music, and more! For more information, please go to PeacefulWay.org
The lawyers and staff of the Bostic Law Firm will be donating their time on July 16, 2011 to do estate planning (wills, Powers of Attorney, living wills) for clients at discounted costs. All proceeds will go directly to REMEMBER, a humanitarian aid organization which will be doing a medical/construction mission this summer. For more information, or to register, call 843-571-2525.
Again this year the Bostic Law Firm is sponsoring the Charleston County Motorcycle Squad. They just competed in a police motorcycle rodeo in Charleston to test their skills. The Bostic Law Firm sponsors the Charleston County Motorcycle Squad which competes in motorcycle skills competitions all over the southeast. A police motorcycle rodeo is a way for law enforcement to fine tune their motorcycle skills. These skills are put to the test through a series of performance under pressure events. It takes a great deal of practice to be able to handle the shear weight and size of the motorcycle. The basic idea of police motorcycle training is to make the motorcycle itself work to its maximum potential. A simple philosophy of motor officers is if you hit or rub a cone in training you have just struck a pedestrian.
On July 5, 2009 Attorney Bostic and a team of Charleston doctors and businessman traveled to Irbil, Iraq to meet medical needs of persecuted Christians and others who are without basic medical care. The team included Dr. Robert Clifford, Dr. Chris McClain, and Dr. Curtis Haskins who set up a clinic to treat more than 600 patients and also children in an orphanage. The team was sent by Remember, a Charleston-based ministry to the persecuted church. Remember’s operating expenses are underwritten by the Bostic Law Firm.
Over the summer, the Bostic Law Firm hosted a family day for our Sherriff’s department at "Peaceful Way." For no cost, families were invited to participate in a great day of food and fun in the inflatable water park. There was also horseback riding, a climbing wall, kayaking in the lake, as well as a playground, spray ground, basketball court, and more.
One way to protect our soldiers while overseas is by helping them build a rapport with the civilians in Afghanistan. To help with this effort, the Bostic Law Firm collected school supplies from caring individuals all over the Lowcountry. The Bostic Law Firm paid for sixteen boxes of supplies to be shipped to our troops to help them build goodwill and provide a pressing need for children in Afghanistan who are required to provide their own school supplies, but have no way to get them.
Charleston County EMS and Dispatch Workers and their families were invited to Peaceful Way for an afternoon of food and fun. Families were able to enjoy the water park, ride horses, play basketball, and be a part of the other activities. All costs were underwritten by the Bostic Law Firm as a way of saying “thanks” for their contribution to the community.
The Bostic law firm provided funds for seven Charleston residents who traveled to Irkutsk, Siberia to visit and provide supplies for Russian orphans. Over five hundred thousand children live in state-run orphanage homes such as the two that were visited by Attorney Bostic and the team. The children were able to participate in games and crafts and visited a baby orphanage where they were able to hold infants who ordinarily receive little or no individualized attention.
The Bostic Law Firm awarded $1,000 to the winner of the Charleston Bible Bee Contest to help with her participation in the National Bible Bee contest on November 5-6 in Washington DC. The winner of the Charleston area contest will be competing against 17,000 other local contest winners from around the United States.
Charleston County Jail Workers and their families were invited to “Peaceful Way” for an afternoon of water play, horseback riding, climbing wall, kayaking, basketball, and more. For no cost, families were invited to participate in a great day of food and fun as our way of saying “Thanks” for the effort of law enforcement officers in Charleston.
The Bostic Law Firm sponsored and hosted a community Fourth of July Celebration at Peaceful Way. Over 600 people from Charleston and Dorchester and surrounding communities gathered for a great time of water play, horseback riding, playground, basketball, volleyball, kayaking, great food, and fireworks. There was live Bluegrass music provided by a local band.
Bostic Law Firm participated in sponsoring the annual Charleston Prayer Breakfast by the Charleston Leadership Foundation. Joe Gibbs, as key-note speaker, told Charleston residents about his experiences as head coach of the Redskins and his involvement with Nascar. The breakfast was well attended by leaders all through the Charleston community. Attorney Curtis Bostic offered the convocation and Mayors Summey and Riley also spoke briefly.
The Bostic Law Firm has partnered with Fox News to provide a free legal service to the Charleston Community. The free legal service line provides pre-recorded legal help in the areas of Personal Injury, on the job accidents, Nursing Home Negligence, and Medical Malpractice. Community residents can call 888-Foxlaw24.
The Annual Festival of Lights at James Island County Park will be open from November 13, 2009 to December 3, 2010. The park opens at 5:30 each evening. The Bostic Law Firm sponsors two of the displays each year. Families are encouraged to bring a canned food item which are donated to the Lowcountry Food Bank.