Lowcountry Helmets for Kids Donates 180 Bike Helmets

On Sunday, August 13, 2017 Howell & Christmas attorney Gary Christmas and his family attended the First Day Festival held in downtown Charleston to help distribute our helmets. The First Day Festival is a community-wide celebration of education that encourages parents to attend school with their children on the first day, urges businesses to support…

No SC Laws Pertaining to Drones, But Victims Still Have Options

The United States has several federal laws pertaining to drones, and several independent states have also created their own. South Carolina however, is one of the few states that currently do not have their own state laws pertaining to the use or operation of drones. But this does not mean that if individuals are injured…

Despite Yearly Numbers On The Decline, Drunk Driving Accidents Still Rampant

While redundant, the warnings of drinking and driving, no matter the source, don’t seem to be taken as seriously as they should by Americans. Everyday, your South Carolina injury lawyers at Howell and Christmas come across a seemingly endless stream of tragic articles outlining drunk driving accidents that kill, injure, and/or ruin lives. Yet, despite…

Disabled Man Injured In Dispute With Dorchester Deputies

There is no doubt the police do heroic work, but they are only human. Sometimes, their intervention can create some unfortunate results, though they meant only to protect themselves and others. Despite their intentions, police departments are just as liable for the damages they cause as much as any citizen, if not more so. After…

‘Distracted Doctoring’ Allegedly Kills Two Elderly Patients

Your Charleston medical malpractice attorneys at Howell and Christmas recently read about a case in which a doctor is alleged to have prescribed ten times the normal dose of morphine to two elderly patients (aged 78 and 86) while he surfed the internet. The alleged drug overdose killed both of the patients at a home…

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