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Hunter W. Morris

Attorney at Law

Hunter is a graduate of Auburn University and Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University.

Hunter has practiced law since 2006 handling a variety of cases including car accidents, slip and falls (premises liability), medical malpractice, workers compensation, nursing home abuse, dog bites, divorce and child custody, probate matters, complex litigation, contract disputes as well as a number of other types of cases.

"No matter how many attorneys your case has gone through, I will make a valiant effort to find a resolution that meets your needs."

Hunter is a third-generation attorney as his grandfather was General Counsel for Brown-Forman Corporation and his father was a solo practitioner in Kentucky for over 40 years.

Currently, Hunter sits on the Board of Directors of the Mental Health America of Greenville County, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness of mental health issues and making mental health a priority in Greenville.

He is a member of The American Association for Justice, South Carolina Association for Justice, and the Greenville County Bar Association. In his free time, Hunter enjoys playing golf and traveling to new places.

If you are in need of an attorney to help you in the areas of Auto/Motorcycle/Trucking Accidents, Wrongful Death, Slip and Fall, Dog Bites/Animal Attacks, Nursing Home Abuse, Defective Products, Workers’ Compensation, Family Law, or have a Probate Matter, give us a call today, your consultation is FREE, and we will work hard to make sure you get what you deserve.

During business hours you can reach the offices of Hunter W. Morris, LLC at 864-679-9999. Also, for your convenience, there is a contact form on this website that you can use at any time of day.

Bar Admissions

  • State Bar of South Carolina, 2006


  • Juris Doctor: Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law, 2005

  • Bachelor's: Auburn University, 2000