Grace Chandler advocates for people who have suffered severe, life-altering health complications caused by dangerous and defective medical devices.
Grace’s casework includes representing hernia patients alleging harm by mesh repairs involving Atrium Medical Corp.’s C-QUR mesh, Ethicon’s Physiomesh Flexible Composite hernia mesh, and C.R. Bard’s mesh products made of Marlex polypropylene. She also represents service members and contract workers who served in Iraq and Afghanistan between 2003 and 2015 and later developed hearing loss or tinnitus allegedly caused by faulty earplugs manufactured by 3M and its predecessor Aearo Technologies.
Grace completed a number of legal clerkships for medical malpractice and insurance defense firms in South Carolina prior to joining Motley Rice. As a law student, Grace served as Managing Editor of the South Carolina Law Review, and was awarded both the Order of the Coif and the Order of the Wig and Robe in addition to being a CALI Award recipient. She is a former nationally ranked tennis player.
Litigation AreasConsumer Fraud Protection Medical Devices Medical Drugs Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Technology & Media
J.D. cum laude, University of South Carolina School of Law, 2019
B.A., Clemson University, 2015
- District of Columbia
- South Carolina
South Carolina Association for Justice
Charleston Bar Association