Tom A. Killoren Jr.
Alcohol Sale Liability | Medical Malpractice | Nursing Home Abuse/Negligence | Personal Injury | Vehicle Accident

Tom Killoren has a reputation for aggressive advocacy in court and compassionate counsel for his clients. A native of Rockford, Illinois, Tom received his J.D. at UIC John Marshall Law School in Chicago in 1994 and then spent three years honing his trial skills as an assistant state’s attorney. He tried criminal felony cases and other matters in Winnebago County, Illinois before going into private practice. The results from his hard work in Spartanburg have included millions in settlements, including settlements of $3.2 million, $2.3 million, and $1.075 million, as well as numerous six-figure outcomes. Tom has received a consecutive AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell since 2013 and was selected to the 2019 and 2020 South Carolina Super Lawyers List.

Tom applies a simple guiding principle to his daily practice at Harrison White: “Hard work gets good results.”

A native of Rockford, Illinois, Killoren got his J.D. at John Marshall Law School in Chicago in 1994 and then spent three years honing his trial skills as an assistant state’s attorney. He tried criminal felony cases and other matters in Winnebago County, Ill. before going into private practice at Corboy & Demetrio, a personal-injury plaintiff’s firm in Chicago. He worked in that firm for four years before heading to South Carolina.

Since settling here, Killoren has developed a reputation for his aggressive advocacy in court and his compassionate counsel for his clients. The results from his hard work in Spartanburg have included millions in settlements, including settlements of $3.2 million, $2.3 million, and $1.075 million, as well as numerous six-figure outcomes.

“What I like best about my practice are the people I work with,” he says. “I especially like working with clients, helping them build a case, getting a great result, and enjoying with them the fruits of our labor.”

Killoren places a high priority on maintaining contact with clients after cases are concluded.

He is fond of his adopted state and enjoys being active in community activities. A big basketball fan, Killoren has organized an annual “March Madness” fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Spartanburg for the last five years. He also sponsors fund-raising tennis tournaments for the Habitat for Humanity, the Ellen Hines Smith Girls Home, and the St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic. In addition, he coaches kids’ basketball in a church league.

Killoren is active in several bar organizations and is the Secretary/Treasurer of the South Carolina Association for Justice.

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