Attorney Chase Keibler
Founder and Managing Attorney
Email me: Chase@KeiblerLaw.com
- University of South Carolina School of Law
- Top 15% of Class; cum laude
- Order of the Wig and Robe
- South Carolina Law Review, Senior Articles Editor
- Extern, U.S. District Court Judge J. Michelle Childs
- Indiana University of Pennsylvania
- B.A. in English Pre-Law, Minor in Political Science
- cum laude
- ACHA Division I Hockey (Player ’09-’13) (Captain ’12-’13)
- ACHA Academic All-American, 2012-2013
- President, IUP Pre-Law Society, 2011-2013
- South Carolina
- North Carolina
- U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina
- South Carolina Court of Appeals
- Co-Author, Tort Law Desk Reference: A Fifty State Compendium, South Carolina Section, 2020, 2021
- Contributing Author, Antitrust Law Developments, America Bar Association, 2022
- North and South Carolina Coronavirus Litigation Update, April 15, 2020
Chase Keibler grew up outside of Pittsburgh, PA in a blue-collar town before he and his family moved to South Carolina in 2013. Chase holds true to his core values: hard work through teamwork and drive, justice through vision and planning, and service through commitment to others.
Chase graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (“IUP”), located about 60 miles outside of Pittsburgh. While at IUP, Chase met his wife, Laura, played ACHA Division I hockey, and served as the captain of the hockey team his senior year. Chase graduated IUP with a Bachelor of Arts in English, Pre-law and a minor degree in Political Science, and he was an ACHA Academic All American his junior and senior year. During his sophomore year at IUP, he started the IUP Pre-Law Society and served as its President for three years. For six years throughout the final years of high school and while getting his undergraduate degree, Chase worked as a roofer laying shingles.
Following IUP, Chase studied law at The University of South Carolina School of Law. He graduated in the top 15% of the class, cum laude, and Order of the Wig and Robe and served as the Senior Articles Editor of the South Carolina Law Review and as a Judicial Extern for Judge Michelle Childs in the District of South Carolina.
Following law school, Chase began his career as a trial attorney at Nexsen Pruet, LLC – one of the region’s largest and well-respected law firms. While at Nexsen Pruet, Chase represented both plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal court and had a diverse litigation practice, handling matters related to federal antitrust cartels, unfair trade practice, complex commercial and business litigation, personal injury and related insurance actions, and land use litigation.
Chase successfully represented businesses in multi-million-dollar disputes including prosecuting price-fixing antitrust cartels, breach of contract claims, and bad faith insurance claims for insurer’s failure to cover or defend an insured. Chase also represented individual plaintiffs who suffered personal injuries including dog bites, bed bugs, and injuries caused by the government.
Importantly, Chase represented insurance companies in truck accidents and car accidents. While representing insurance companies, Chase learned how they value cases, he saw how they treat injured individuals, and he learned how they operate.
Chase is licensed in both North Carolina and South Carolina. He is a proven trial attorney and has considerable courtroom experience, trying numerous bench and jury trials to verdict. He tried cases on behalf of injured individuals, corporate plaintiffs, and insurance companies.
Chase met his wife, Laura Keibler, at college outside of Pittsburgh, PA. Both Chase and Laura relocated to South Carolina in 2013; Laura worked as a middle school teacher for several midland schools. Chase and Laura served as coaches for Middle School Mock Trial. The two were married at the South Carolina Governor’s Mansion in 2019 and welcomed their daughter, Eleanor May, in May 2021. When Chase is not fighting for his clients, he is outside with his family either at the pool or lake, or he is playing hockey in the local adult leagues.