COLUMBIA, S.C. – Bluestein, Nichols, Thompson, & Delgado is changing its formal name to Bluestein Thompson Sullivan, LLC, and will be known as Bluestein Attorneys.
Founded in 2000 by Marti Bluestein and John Nichols, the firm has eight attorneys and offers professional services in appellate advocacy, criminal defense, personal injury/civil litigation, social security, veterans’ disability, and workers’ compensation. The firm is led by partners Bluestein, Stacy Thompson, and Allison Sullivan.
“Our name is changing but our firm’s commitment to justice is not,” said Bluestein. “Our eight attorneys will continue offering the quality legal services on which our clients have come to rely.”
The firm name is changing because founding partner John Nichols has agreed to serve the Supreme Court of South Carolina as Chief Disciplinary Counsel. Also, partner John Delgado is joining the practice of former U.S. Attorney Bill Nettles.
“We maintain deep personal friendships with John and John and know they will do wonderfully in their new ventures,” said Thompson.
The firm has been recognized by US News and World Report as a Best Law Firm for Appellate Practice, Workers’ Compensation (Claimants), and Criminal Defense (white collar and general defense). Among many other honors and recognitions, it was named Solo and Small Firm Law Firm of the Year by the South Carolina Bar in 2015.
“We are extraordinarily proud of the services we have provided over the past seventeen years and we will continue to build upon the firm’s heritage of advocating for injured and disabled South Carolinians,” said Sullivan.
About Bluestein Attorneys
The firm offers innovative, personalized legal solutions in a diverse range of practice areas. Founded in 2000, the firm offers representation in the following areas: appellate advocacy, automobile accidents, criminal defense, insurance coverage disputes, personal injuries, Social Security disability, tractor trailer collisions, veterans’ disability, workers’ compensation, whistleblower representation, and wrongful death. Learn more at http://BluesteinAttorneys.com.