TRAVIS A. NEWTON

111 SHARPE STREET ANDERSON, South carolina

TRAVIS A. NEWTON 

Attorney Travis Newton is a graduate of T.L. Hanna High School and Clemson University where he majored in Psychology. Travis was hired as an entry-level manager by a Fortune 500 Logistics & Transportation Company via the Clemson University career center two weeks before college graduation. Three years (and three promotions) later Market Development Manager Travis Newton resigned his position to attend law school. Travis earned his Juris Doctor from the Appalachian School of Law which is described as a rigorous program for the professional training of lawyers that emphasizes professional responsibility, dispute resolution, and practice skills for becoming a successful and ethical lawyer.

As a law student, Travis participated in a summer externship with South Carolina's 8th Circuit Public Defender's Office under the direction of South Carolina Criminal Defense Attorneys Charles Gross and Rauch Wise. Travis was admitted to the South Carolina State Bar days before he began work as an associate attorney for The Cogdill Law Firm of Greenville South Carolina. Travis was a Cogdill Law Firm Associate for two years before founding Travis Newton Law P.A. in his hometown of Anderson South Carolina. Attorney Chris Cogdill remains a close friend and primary advisor for Travis Newton in the practice of law. Travis is a founding member of the Appalachian School of Law Christian Legal Society. 

Travis Newton has defended thousands of motorists in South Carolina Summary and General Sessions Courts and has presented oral arguments before the South Carolina Court of Appeals. Travis is Lead Counsel Rated by Thomson Reuters for DUI Defense with an Avvo Rating of Ten in the legal practice areas of Criminal Defense, DUI Defense, and Personal Injury. 

Personal Injury Lawyer Travis Newton represents injury victims in Anderson, South Carolina, and surrounding areas. Mobile users press the call button below to schedule a free consultation or call (864) 965-9148.