New Workers Compensation Law In South Carolina For Workers Injured On The Job Began July 2007

Live in South Carolina and have been injured on the job or at work? As our injury and accident attorneys in Charleston know, the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act of 2007 has many new changes that effect the working men and women of South Carolina. Not all of the changes are bad for workers but…

A Hazardous Home Is No Laughing Matter

We have all seen them. The movies and television shows in which people by a lemon of a home, only to be faced with major repairs that cost thousands of dollars. Before repairs are made, the troubles with the home cause injury that are comical to watch. Unfortunately, while these things are funny to see…

Officer Accidentally Shoots Himself In The Leg

Officers of the law are required to get regular weapons qualifications tests to ensure their skills are sharp. This training helps to keep them and the people around the safe if they ever need to draw their weapon. Unfortunately, mistakes can happen. Even small ones. In a report given by the Sheriff’s Office, a Charleston…

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…

Recent Criminal Charges Of Unlawful Conduct Prompt Authorities To Re-Open Past Cases Of Child Injury And Death

Last week it was reported that a young mother and her live-in boyfriend had been charged with unlawful conduct toward a child in connection with the tragic death of a 2-month-old. Your Charleston personal injury attorney read that court documents revealed the baby was transported to Trident Medical Center in full cardiac arrest last Wednesday,…

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