McAngus Goudelock & Courie, a regional insurance defense firm in South Carolina, recently announced that it has added two litigation attorneys to its Charleston office: Danielle Payne and Greg Collins.
Payne’s new responsibilities will revolve around construction, litigation, professional liability and coverage and bad faith. She earned her bachelor's in science from the University of South Carolina and attended Florida State University College of Law for her juris doctor. She is a member of the Richland County Bar Association, the Junior League of Columbia and the Lexington County Bar Association. She previously worked in insurance defense with Columbia. She received the Kinsey Black Jones Memorial award while serving the Junior League of Columbia.
Collins will have new responsibilities in litigation, including premise liability and personal injury. He attended the University of South Carolina for his bachelor of science and the University of South Carolina School of Law for his juris doctor. He is a member of the Lexington County Bar Association, the South Carolina Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, the Richland County Bar Association and the American Bar Association. In 2015, he received the Star of the Quarter from the South Carolina Young Lawyers Division, while working with the homeless through the Project Street Youth legal clinic. He previously served in insurance defense in Columbia.