Culver was born in Atlanta, Ga. He moved to Charleston, SC in 1999 to attend the College of Charleston. He graduated from CofC with a major in Business Administration and a minor in Political Science. Following graduation, desiring to make Charleston his permanent home, he attended the Charleston School of Law and graduated Cum Laude in 2007 in the top 25% of his class. There he received Cali awards in Workers Compensation, Bankruptcy, and Equity. Culver was then admitted to practice law in both Georgia and South Carolina.
In the tail end of his second year of law school, he took an internship with the Honorable Daniel F. Pieper, a prominent Charleston Circuit Court Judge. Due to his hard work and dedication, that internship turned into a clerkship, where Culver developed his thirst for litigation and began the arduous task of honing that specific skill set.
Following his clerkship at the Circuit Court, Culver followed his mentor, Judge Pieper, to the South Carolina Court of Appeals. There he learned the importance of being a legal scholar and the power of legal writing.
In 2008, Culver left the Court of Appeals and accepted a position with the 9th Circuit Solicitor's Office working under the Honorable Scarlett Wilson. It was at the Solicitor's Office where Culver truly became a trial lawyer. Taking many types of cases to trial including drug charges, criminal domestic violence, DUI, and numerous high profile murder cases. Culver left the Solicitor's Office in 2018 as a Managing Solicitor on the career criminal prosecution team.
As a founding partner of Kidd Corvey & Simpson, LLC, Culver has re-purposed his life to helping others. Whether it is helping those in their darkest hour in the face of criminal accusations or helping those injured in the workplace or due to the negligence of others, Culver is here to help. Bring him your case and rest easy, because it is in the competent hands of an experienced lawyer who will fight to achieve the results that you deserve.
When not practicing law Culver enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf, flying airplanes, and woodworking.