David Aylor Law Offices
Since 2007 David Aylor has been building a thriving law practice in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, establishing a dynamic and experienced presence in the region. Local and national media outlets have routinely solicited his legal analysis and opinions.
In addition to succeeding as a criminal defense attorney and civil litigator, David is the acting Prosecutor for the City of Hanahan, SC. Prior to this appointment, he served as Assistant Solicitor in the Ninth Circuit Solicitor’s Office for Charleston County. David’s participation in the government sector provides him with a comprehensive view of how the law works on both sides of the courtroom. Being exposed to this unique perspective better equips David to ensure that his clients are treated fairly, giving him an advantage in the courtroom.
David also clerked for the SC Senate Judiciary Committee under Sen. Glenn McConnell, as well as clerking for US Magistrate Judge Robert S. Carr (ret.) and criminal attorney Andrew J. Savage, III here in Charleston.
- Voted Best Personal Injury Attorney and Best DUI Attorney in Charleston's Choice in 2018
- Selected as an “Elite Lawyer of the South” by the National Law Journal in 2017
- Voted “Best Law Firm/Lawyer in Charleston” by the readers of Charleston City Paper in 2015 & 2016
- AV Preeminent Rating by Martindale Hubbell
- Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2014 & 2015
- Honoree by the Leadership in Law Committee of SC Lawyers Weekly in 2015
- Voted “Top 10 Under 40: South Carolina” by the National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys
College of Charleston, B.S., Political Science, 2002
University of South Carolina School of Law, J.D., 2006
Licensed in all South Carolina State Courts
U.S. District Court District of South Carolina
U.S. Court of Appeals 4th Circuit
U.S. Supreme Court
Ryan Edward Huntley joined David Aylor Law Offices as an attorney in April 2013. He graduated summa cum laude from Francis Marion University with a B.S. in Biology in May 2006. During law school, Ryan served as a legislative intern for United States Senator Jim DeMint. After earning his Juris Doctorate from the University of South Carolina School of Law in December 2010, he served as the judicial law clerk for the Honorable William H. Seals, Jr. of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit.
Ryan was admitted to practice in the State Courts of South Carolina in May 2011 and is also admitted to practice in the United States District Court, District of South Carolina. Ryan is a member of the South Carolina Bar Association, Charleston County Bar Association, and the South Carolina Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He practices in the areas of Personal Injury and Criminal Defense.
EducationFrancis Marion University
University of South Carolina School of Law
Arounkone Eck Niravong, Esq.
Eck Niravong joined David Aylor Law Offices as an attorney in May 2017. He graduated from the University of Kentucky with a B.A. in Political Science in May 1999. After many years as a Financial Advisor with MetLife Financial Services, Eck decided to attend law school at the Western Michigan University Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan and earned his Juris Doctorate in 2010. During his time in law school, Eck was a student senator for his class and president of the school’s Asian Pacific American Law School Association. He was also on the Mock Trial and Moot Court teams. Eck was named to the Deans’ List four times as well. Eck recently managed the Myrtle Beach branch of the now Honorable Paul Goodson, which handled Social Security Disability and Veteran Affairs Disability claims. Eck was admitted to practice in the State Courts of South Carolina in May 2017, and is admitted to practice in the United States District Court, District of South Carolina. Eck is a member of the American Bar Association, South Carolina Bar Association, and the Charleston County Bar Association. Eck’s main area of practice is Criminal Defense.
EducationUniversity of Kentucky, B.A. Political Science / Minor in Communications
Western Michigan University Cooley Law School, Juris Doctor
Deon T. Tedder, Esq.
Deon Tedder joined David Aylor Law Offices as an attorney in June 2018. He attended South Carolina State University where he graduated from the Honors College, magna cum laude, with a B.A. in Political Science in May 2012. During his college career, Deon had the honor of working in the office of the late Senator Edward (Ted) Kennedy where he assisted on the Health, Education, Labor & Pension (H.E.L.P) Committee. He began advocacy for the underserved as a law student at the University of South Carolina School of Law where he graduated in May 2015. While in law school, Deon served as a Guardian Ad Litem for Richland County’s Court Appointed Special Advocates Program (CASA) and represented indigent clients in courtroom proceedings in Magistrate Court through the University of South Carolina’s Criminal Law Practice Clinic. Deon served as judicial law clerk to the Honorable L. Casey Manning in Columbia, South Carolina where he gained a unique understanding of legal matters from the viewpoint of both sides of the aisle. He is a member of the American Bar Association, South Carolina Bar Association, Charleston County Bar Association and South Carolina Black Lawyers Association. His main area of practice is Personal Injury.
EducationSouth Carolina State University, B.A. Political Science
University of South Carolina School of Law, Juris Doctor
Lindsay Johnson, Esq.
Lindsay joins David Aylor Law Offices after having spent several years practicing with the state’s biggest personal injury firms. She has dedicated her career to plaintiff’s injury work because it offers her the opportunity to advocate for individuals in what can be the most painful time of their life, both physically and emotionally.
EducationLindsay grew up in Charleston. She attended Charleston County School of the Arts for high school, received her Bachelor of Arts from the Honor College at College of Charleston, and received her Juris Doctor from Charleston School of Law. She takes great pride in serving her home community.
Levi MilesLevi was raised in Conway, SC. After graduating from Spartanburg Methodist College, he joined the U.S Army and served in the 82nd Airborne Division. After the Army, Levi moved to Charleston, South Carolina. As an investigator, he's enjoyed working with and helping our many clients through the years. He's had the wonderful opportunity of witnessing many lives changed for the good as we’ve guided them through their legal situations. He prefers the outdoors over a big city and loves riding his motorcycle every chance he gets.
Margaret StypaMargaret is the Marketing Director at David Aylor Law Offices. She comes from Burlingame, California and attended the College of Charleston. When Margaret is away from the office, you can find her on the beach with her black lab rescue Myla. Margaret graduated from the College of Charleston in May 2017 where she studied Public Health and Spanish. She started interning for David Aylor Law Offices while in school and took the position of Director of Marketing shortly after graduating. She loves the outdoors and traveling.
Sarah VouwieSarah is originally from Massachusetts and moved to Charleston to attend the College of Charleston where she majored in Business Administration and Hospitality & Tourism Management. Shortly after graduating, Sarah joined the David Aylor Law Offices team. Sarah enjoys the unique opportunities each day brings to the growing firm. In her free time, she enjoys being on the water with friends and her dog Eloise.
Morgan OsborneMorgan was born and raised in Costa Rica and moved to Charleston to attend The College of Charleston. She graduated with a major in International Studies and a minor in Psychology. At David Aylor Law Offices, she works assists with translating, office administrating, and marketing. When Morgan is not in the office, she is enjoying the outdoors and visiting with friends. Morgan also loves working out and trying new restaurants around town.
Alyssa CarusoAlyssa started working at David Aylor Law Offices as an intern in the fall of 2016. She began her career with the firm in the criminal department, but upon graduating from the College of Charleston she found her place in the civil department. Although Northern Virginia is where her family lives, she now calls Charleston her home. She spends time exploring the city with the friends she’s made through her college years.
Katie FitzgeraldKatie is a 2015 graduate of West Virginia University, with a major in Journalism and a minor in Sport Communication. She worked in the television industry for three and a half years before joining David Aylor Law Offices in 2018 as a Legal Assistant. Katie grew up an hour outside of D.C. in Hagerstown, Maryland but is happy to call Charleston her forever home. When Katie's not here, you can find her on Sullivan's Island soaking in the rays or at home cooking a delicious meal.
Annie ArnemanAnnie joined the David Aylor Law Offices team in 2017 as a criminal intern while studying at the College of Charleston, where she graduated magna cum laude in May, 2019 with a degree in Political Science. She will be attending The University of South Carolina School of Law in the Fall of 2020. When she is not in the office, Annie enjoys practicing yoga and traveling.
Jessica FordJessica was born and raised in Charleston and attended college locally. Several years ago after receiving her certificate in paralegal studies, she began her paralegal career working with one of the states biggest personal injury firms. She truly enjoys working in personal injury, and assisting those in need. When she is not in the office she is outdoors enjoying the sunshine, or attending a local concert. She loves traveling and enjoys exploring new places.
Kathryn HemphillWhen Kathryn is not in the office, she is traveling, exercising, and spending time with friends and family. Originally from Rock Hill, SC, Kathryn graduated from the College of Charleston in 2017. She obtained a degree in International Studies with a concentration in European-U.S. foreign relations in hopes of practicing International Law. A year after graduating, Kathryn joined David Aylor Law Offices. She eventually plans to attend law school but currently enjoys working as a criminal paralegal and gaining valuable experience.
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What Our Clients Say
His friendly office staff made sure to make me feel comfortable and kept me informed throughout my process. I would recommend Mr. Aylor to anyone that needs quick and precise representation.
- Katie B.
What I really like the most was how they kept me informed at every step/progress on my case. - Wila
Really passionate and assertive staff! I felt like they had my best interests at heart. Hard to find this kind of top notch quality. - Brandi K.
We Get Results
Cameron was hit head-on by an uninsured motorist and luckily had uninsured motorist coverage on his policy. After negotiating through Cameron’s uninsured motorist policy, we were able to win Cameron $50,000 for his facial fracture and multiple contusions suffered in the accident.
Sophia was driving down the Ravenel Bridge one night when a drunk driver came careening down her side of the bridge driving the wrong way. Sophia won her $100,000 claim on the grounds of the Tyger River Doctrine, which states an insurer owes the insured a settlement covered by the policy under “reasonable circumstances”.
Chris was hit on his bike by a negligent driver after the driver failed to yield the right of way at an intersection. Chris tragically lost his foot as a result of the accident and was only covered for up to $50,000 in liability coverage. Even with no initial offers and tendered limits on all his policies, Chris received $325,000 in compensation after our attorneys negotiated a price with his insurance company.