‘Accident Service Fee’ Ordinance Under Consideration

An accident, no matter how “minor”, can be an expensive occasion. There are repairs, possibly increased insurance, even medical bills in some of the worst accidents. At the very least, there will be a cost in time and effort that could have better been spent elsewhere. A new ordinance pending in the St. Andrews service…

Repetitive Trauma And Your Claim

You have an accident at work and get hurt. You are well aware that you have the right to file a worker’s compensation claim. But what if you don’t have an accident? What if you are injured, and you know it is caused by your job, but you cannot point to a specific incident? What…

Are Repetitive Trauma Injuries Compensable?

Having been a Charleston workers compensation attorney for the past 18 years, one of the questions that I’m asked often is whether or not someone’s injuries caused by repetitive trauma or repetitive motion are covered under the South Carolina Workers Compensation Act. The short answer is that they can be, however, this is a very…

San Fran Baseball Fan Brutally Beaten In L.A. Is Still In A Coma And Suspects Yet To Be Apprehended

In a good number of posts, our South Carolina personal injury lawyers have discussing relevant sports issues, but this sports related entry is quite a bit different than those in the past. Most of the past sports posts are concerned with serious injuries that can be sustained while in the act of playing sport, while…

School Mascot Injures Fan

School spirit at football games can be infections and exciting. But sometimes things can get out of hand and someone could get hurt in the heat of the moment. That is what happened at a recent game at Arizona State University. An official from suburban Phoenix has filed a lawsuit against Arizona State University, saying…

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