Eighth Circuit Court Of Appeals Affirms Decision Concerning Wrongful Death From House Fire And Hazardous Materials’ Labels

Your Charleston personal injury attorneys came across a recent court decision involving fatal burn injuries and the labeling of the product that fueled the fire. The following are the facts of the case. A Missouri man purchased a can of DAP Cement to use in installing new baseboards in his home. While he was carrying…

House Fire Forces Elderly Woman To Jump From Second Story

A house fire in Ridgeville over the weekend has forced eight people from their home and left two members of the family injured. One of the injured was a 78-year old grandmother who jumped from a window in order to reach safety. Josetta King had been at home in the family room when the smoke…

Man Dies After Fire Escalates In A Controlled Burn

In St. George, a man died recently in a controlled burn that got out of control.  He was burning yard debris in Dorchester when high winds caused the fire to shift.  The 59-year-old man died from heat inhalation and thermal injuries suffered as a result of the fire. This was the second fatal accident of…

“Avengers” Oven Mitt Causes Severe Burns

Most of us have a favorite movie. We have watched it hundreds of times, it’s our go-to when we are home sick on the couch, and we even have a little piece of memorabilia to remind us just how great the story is. In addition, hundreds of thousands of people around the country subscribe to…

Berkeley County Apartment Fire Ignited By Meth Lab Kills Three, Displaces Dozens

Since last Thursday Charleston area news coverage has been dominated by a Goose Creek apartment fire that has taken a total of four lives, including a young child and the girlfriend of the man accused by building residents for starting the fire. And your Charleston personal injury attorneys have taken a keen notice of new…

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