Francis M. Ervin II

Francis M. Ervin II

  • Special Counsel

Francis Ervin focuses his practice on general and insurance defense litigation in the firm’s Charleston office. He has defended carriers in transportation (trucking) cases involving personal injury and property damage. Francis also handles a wide range of professional liability (medical malpractice defense) and product liability cases. In addition, he has experience working on trademark and copyright matters.

Active in the community, Francis serves on the board of directors for the Sustainability Institute of South Carolina, an energy conservation non-profit in the Lowcountry, as well as the Redux Contemporary Art Center. He serves on the Development Committee of the McLeod Hospital Foundation Board in Florence, SC.



  • University of South Carolina, B.A., 1995
  • University of Northern Colorado, M.A., American History, 1998
  • Suffolk University, J.D., 2001


  • South Carolina Bar
  • Massachusetts Bar
  • Charleston County Bar
  • American Bar Association
  • S.C. Defense Trial Attorneys’ Association
  • Defense Research Institute

Awards & Recognition

  • AV Peer Review Rated, Martindale-Hubbell
  • Eagle Scout

Community Involvement

  • Sustainability Institute of South Carolina – Board Member
  • Redux Contemporary Art Center – Board Member

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