Celebrating The 4th Of July In Charleston

The 4th of July is one of the best holidays of the summer. Friends and family look forward to gathering and celebrating our nation with good food, drink and activities. If you and your family are looking for something to do this holiday weekend, we have found some great options for you. Here are some…

Building A Haunted House With Safety In Mind

Whether you are building a small haunted house in your basement for your children’s Halloween party or are building a Goliath for everyone in the surrounding area to enjoy, you’ve got to build it with safety in mind. Anyone working inside of your haunted house should be kept free from harm, and you should protect…

Basic Lesson In Legal Settlements Supplemented By Recent Examples

It is not always the case that civil claims make it to the courthouse and are decided through trial there are alternatives. The most common of which is a legal settlement, or where a case is “settled out of court.” This is a popular phrase that can be heard or read on an almost daily…

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Has Shocking Results

While assisting the Campbellsville University marching band complete it’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, four firefighters received electrical shocks. The incident occurred when firefighters accidentally touched power lines with the aerial bucket of their truck. Power went out over a large area as a result and at least one firefighter was seriously injured. Two others are…

Around Charleston And Across The Palmetto State

Thanks to the Post and Courier, the South’s Oldest Daily Newspaper, your Charleston personal injury lawyers have been made aware that April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month. And in an effort to educate, prevent, and treat victims of sexual assault, officials with the South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault held a…

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