Hot Air Balloon Strikes Electrical Wires

An accident involving a hot air balloon that struck overhead electrical wires while landing has left three people injured in Pennsylvania. According to a New Holland Police department spokesman, Sgt. Mark Willwerth, the balloon touched down in a field but not before striking the wires and causing electrical shock to three people on board. The…

Howell & Christmas Working To Aid Flood Victims

The people of South Carolina have experienced one of the biggest natural disasters in modern times. The lawyers at Howell & Christmas are working with the South Carolina Association of Justice and the South Carolina Bar to discover ways that families can be assisted in dealing with the losses they have suffered due to the…

Ken Burger Incites South Carolina Auto Accident Attorneys To Discuss Danger Of Texting And Driving

Charleston workers compensation lawyers want to bring attention to an issue discussed by Post and Courier columnist, Ken Burger, the potential dangers of texting and emailing on cell phones. While Mr. Burger focuses on the strain this type of communication can place on the hand, he also mentions how we push our human capability to…

Last Wrongful Death Lawsuit Stemming From 9/11 Attacks Settled

Earlier this week your attorneys in Charleston read that, in New York, the last of the wrongful death lawsuits arising from the September 11, 2001, attacks on the World Trade Center was settled. The final plaintiff to settle their suit, a 31-year-old hockey scout, was aboard United Flight 175, which was the second plane to…

Lawyers Aruge Liability Cap Should Be Throw Out

The attorneys for a 13-year old Ohio girl who was injured as the result of a stage collapse at the Indiana State Fair allege that the state’s 5 million dollar liability cap should be thrown out as being unconstitutional. The girl had rejected an offer to settle by the state of $1,690 and the court…

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