Attorney Tim Mercer to Join the Bluestein Attorneys VA Disability Team

Posted by Allison Sullivan on Nov 28, 2018 10:04:03 AM

Tim Mercer, Bluestein Attorneys VA Disability TeamCOLUMBIA, S.C. – Attorney Timothy Mercer has joined Bluestein Thompson Sullivan, LLC.
He will practice exclusively in the area of Veterans Disability.

Before receiving his juris doctor degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law, Tim served as a sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, and trained troops from
Mozambique to prepare them to be peacekeepers in Somalia. Before his service in the Marines, Tim graduated in 2008 from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with a bachelor’s degree in aerospace studies.

While in law school, Tim worked as a law clerk both for Bluestein Attorneys and the South
Carolina Attorney General’s office. As a law student, he was vice president of the Service
Members and Veterans in Law Society and managing editor of the South Carolina Journal of
International Law and Business.

“We’re impressed with Tim’s commitment to service and could not be more excited to have
him as the newest addition to the Bluestein Attorneys team,” said founding partner Margaret
“Marti” Miles Bluestein. “We know he will be a tremendous asset to our firm and the veterans
he will represent.”

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Bluestein Thompson Sullivan, LLC, combines innovative solutions with professional services
to protect the rights of South Carolina citizens in a compassionate environment. Founded in
2000, the firm offers representation in the following areas: workers’ compensation, Social
Security disability, criminal defense in both state and federal courts, appellate advocacy,
veterans’ disability, personal injury, products liability, trucking accidents, medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, wrongful death, whistleblower representation, and
business litigation.

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