Aiken, SC

Aiken SCAiken, South Carolina Business and Healthcare Lawyers

Hamil Little represents healthcare providers, business owners and professionals in Aiken and throughout South Carolina. Our law offices are located in Augusta, Georgia, about 15 miles west of Aiken. The focus of our law firm is representing healthcare providers in Aiken, North Augusta, Augusta, the CSRA and throughout the communities we serve.

Helping Healthcare Businesses Prosper

Committed to the financial success of our healthcare and business clients, we advise and represent business owners and healthcare providers in the following types of matters:

Aiken, South Carolina Healthcare Attorneys

Federal regulation of healthcare providers continues to increase in a manner that many doctors and other healthcare businesses find suffocating. Myriad regulatory issues confront healthcare providers on a regular basis.

Our law firm has extensive experience and a keen interest in the field of healthcare law. Our firm represented a group of more than 50 doctors who were members in an Independent Physicians Association in a complex business dispute with a large health insurer regarding money made in a joint venture between the IPA and the insurer. Kevin Little, a partner in Hamil Little, and his co-counsel filed suit on behalf of the IPA, and a substantial recovery was obtained for each physician. Mr. Little has represented physicians and physician groups in disputes with insurers and PPOs regarding managed care and contract issues.

Aiken is a small city in western South Carolina, located about 15 miles from neighbors North Augusta, South Carolina and Augusta, Georgia. Aiken is the county seat of Aiken County, South Carolina. Aiken has a population of about 30,000. Aiken lies within the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA), an economic base shared with North Augusta, South Carolina; Augusta, Georgia; and surrounding counties. Aiken is well known for small-town charm with unique sophistication derived from its heritage as a prior “winter colony” retreat for Charleston residents and its acclaimed golf and horse sporting events. In particular, Aiken is home to various horse racing events sanctioned by the National Steeplechase Association, with events attended by as many as 30,000 spectators.

Aiken is also known for the Savannah River Site (f/k/a the Savannah River Plant), a plant near Aiken originally built in the Cold War for producing fuel for thermonuclear weapons. SRS contained several reactors, fuel fabrication facilities and fuel processing and recovery capabilities and employs thousands who reside within the CSRA.

Our firm holds Martindale Hubbell's AV-rating, 5 out of 5 stars, the highest rating by the venerable publication. To schedule a consultation, contact us or email us at