The Steinberg Law Firm Welcomes New Attorney Rachel Igdal
Igdal’s practice with the Steinberg Law Firm primarily focuses on representing homeowner associations, homeowners, condominium owners, and others dealing with construction defects and seeking redress against contractors and builders. Igdal’s background includes working as an attorney with a local construction defense firm, which provides a keen perspective on her current practice.
Igdal attained her BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, studying for her Juris Doctorate at the Charleston School of Law. In law school, she excelled in practical studies, receiving the highest-class grade in legal analysis and research. Her high marks earned her the CALI Excellence for the Future Award®. Igdal also served as a Teaching Fellow with the Legal Research and Writing Department. Involvement in student organizations led Igdal to become an executive member of Women in Law, serving as Senior Student Works Editor of the Federal Courts Law.
When Igdal is not practicing law, she enjoys live music, cheering for the Tar Heels, and spending time with her fiancé in Charleston.
The attorneys at Steinberg Law have over 170 years of combined legal experience handling South Carolina workers’ compensation and personal injury claims. Since the firm’s creation over 90 years ago, Steinberg Law attorneys have provided exceptional representation to clients dealing with personal injury and workers’ compensation claims in and around the Charleston, South Carolina area. To learn more about how Rachel Igdal and the other attorneys at Steinberg Law can help you with your legal issues, call 843-720-2800 to schedule a free consultation today.
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