Alec Hogsette is a trial attorney and litigator at Hatfield Temple Law. He exclusively represents survivors and a victim’s family with personal injury claims involving commercial motor vehicle crashes, tractor-trailer or 18-wheeler wrecks, car wrecks, work-related injuries, premises liability claims, nursing home neglect/abuse, defective products claims, victims of drunk drivers, and animal attacks. Alec leads a litigation team that handles a wide variety of personal injury cases. Notably, he has experience with complex cases involving traumatic brain injuries, amputations, spinal injuries, paralysis, and wrongful deaths.
Alec graduated from the University of the South; Sewanee in 2004 and the Charleston School of Law in 2013. During law school, Alec worked for a Federal Court Judge – The Honorable Patrick M. Duffy – and for The Honorable Irvin G. Condon. Following law school, he clerked for The Honorable Michael G. Nettles, Resident Circuit Court Judge for the 12th Judicial Circuit.