A native of Loris, SC and a 2020 graduate of the North Carolina Central University School of Law, Xavier Bromell focuses his practice on personal injury matters, vigorously advocating on behalf of his clients throughout North Carolina. Xavier, a first-generation college student, received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the College of Charleston in 2014 and subsequently worked for the South Carolina Department of Social Services as a social worker for two and a half years before deciding to return to school in the Fall of 2017. During law school, he was involved in various student organizations including the National Black Law Students’ Association, Dean’s Ambassadors and the Trial Advocacy Board where he was a member of the AAJ Trial Team. As a result of his life and career experience as a social worker, Xavier takes a client-centered approach to his personal injury practice, ensuring the needs of his clients are both heard and met, through devoted and enthusiastic representation.