Charleston Child Endangered By Being Left In Sweltering Car

Charleston child injury attorneys want to remind the public to watch their children and exercise good sense when leaving children unattended in vehicles as temperatures soar during the hottest months of summer. A 35-year old Charleston Woman was charged with Unlawful Conduct towards a child when she left her infant inside a car parked on…

Carolina Middle School Custodian Charged With Sexual Assault

South Carolina sexual assault lawyers know that every parent’s worst nightmare is that their child will be hurt by a sexual predator. Unfortunately, we all too often hear about children being mistreated or abused by strangers, caretakers, and even family friends. Child sexual abuse is especially appalling because of the serious long-term effects it can…

Who Is At Fault For Swimming Pool Accidents, Drowning?

Summer has officially arrived in South Carolina, which means many will be spending long days at swimming pools. Unfortunately, pool season is very dangerous for young children who are at risk of drowning due to improper supervision or as a result of the failure of property owners to follow basic pool safety rules. Homeowners have…

Recent Child Death In North Charleston Determined To Be A Result Of Drowning, Tips For Child Drowning Prevention

A couple weekends back your South Carolina workers’ compensation lawyers read of a sad incident where a 21-month-old toddler died after drowning in a pool behind her home. It’s no surprise kids want to have some summer fun in the pool, but it is a major concern of Lowcountry officials that kids be safe this…

Choosing Safe Toys For Holiday Gift Giving

Giving toys as gifts should be a fun experience. Watching a child’s face light up as they open their present is one of the great joys of the holidays. In no way do you intend to put the child in harm’s way by giving your gift, but that is exactly what could happen. Thousands of…

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