Charleston Port Of Call For Mercury And Ill Passengers

Charleston boat accident lawyers have just learned that the cruise ship, the Mercury, which departed from Charleston’s port the week of February 15, 2010, is having problems. The Caribbean bound ship has reported that over 300 passengers aboard the ship have become ill. The symptoms that one-sixth of the passengers share include; stomach cramps, vomiting,…

South Carolina Boaters Beware — Government Agencies To Crack Down On Drunk Boating In Accident And Injury Prevention Effort

Charleston injury lawyers want you to know that recently, South Carolina’s waterways have seen a larger law enforcement presence looking for drunk boaters operating their watercrafts in excess of the legal limit. In a major collaborative effort of national, state local law agencies, including the Coast Guard, Department of Natural Resources, and the National Association…

South Carolina Boating Deaths: Boat Crashes Claim Another Victim

A fourth person has died after two seperate boat crashes on Lake Murray near Columbia. The first crash occured between 10 pm and 11pm on Saturday.While everyone enjoys a nice day out on the water, maybe cruising around, doing some fishing or just spending time with friends, South Carolina Wrongful Death Attorneys remind you that…

Pop Icon Usher’s Stepson In Critical Condition Weeks After Another Lake Lanier Boat Accident Kills Two Children

Your Charleston accident attorneys have taken notice that the media outlets large and small, as well as all major social media platforms, have been abuzz following a jet ski accident involving the former stepson of pop icon, Usher. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that the 11-year-old boy, son of Usher’s ex-wife, remained in critical condition…

It’s Summer In South Carolina And Charleston Personal Injury Lawyers Want To Offer A Few Quick Safety Tips

Sadly, every year, about 700 Americans die in recreational boating accidents, and a majority of these fatal accidents occur in the summer months. Not surprising, because that’s the time most Americans are out on the water. Now that the weather is warm and the kids are getting out of school, a lot of families in…

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