Loris, South Carolina
College: Furman University, 1990
Law School: University of South Carolina, 1997
Auto Wrecks, Trip and Fall, Workers’ Compensation, Wrongful Death, Construction Defects, and General Litigation
Student Bar President, 1996-1997, University of South Carolina Law School; Former Law Clerk to the Honorable James E. Brogdon, Jr.
When a person is injured or hurt because of the fault of someone else, Stacy does not like to see them leave money on the table. Stacy enjoys helping his clients maximize their in-pocket amount and has settled or tried to verdict hundreds of cases including cases in the amount of $6,200,000, $5,200,000, $3,800,000, $3,000,000, $1,800,000, $1,500,000, and many other six and seven figure cases.
As an attorney for more than two decades, Stacy has extensive experience in many different type cases. He has handled cases that involve, but are not limited to, auto wrecks, trip and fall/slip and fall, wrongful death, workers’ compensation, boating, jet ski, golf cart, bicycle, highway defects, product defects, and construction defects.
Stacy grew up in Loris, South Carolina where he attended Loris High School and played football, was an all-region baseball player, and wrestled. When he was not at school or playing sports, he worked in his family’s retail business, Stanley’s Discount Center, in Loris and Tabor City, North Carolina. While working in the family business, Stacy learned that success requires the characteristics of hard work, perseverance, and discipline. He applies these personal characteristics to the legal business and, by doing so, helps his clients to maximize their in-pocket amount.
Stacy is married to his wife Melanie and they have three boys, Will, Matthew, and Daniel. Stacy spent many years on the recreation fields in Conway and Aynor where he coached football and baseball for his boys and many other boys. He and his family attend The Rock Church in Aynor, South Carolina.