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…

Low Country Lawyers Wonder If The Injured Are Protected On The Coast Of South Carolina

South Carolina accident and injury lawyers like Howell and Christmas, wonder if their clients are protected in the low country. According to a recent article in the Beaufort Gazette in South Carolina, new information prepared by the Bluffton Township Fire District reveals that on a daily basis, Beaufort ambulances must scramble to other low country…

Man Electrocuted By EV Charging Station

A man from North Carolina has been killed while he was working on a new Tesla Motors auto charging station in Virginia. On Wednesday, emergency personnel arrived at Janaf Shopping Yard in Norfolk on Tuesday morning and pronounced the man dead at the scene. Norfolk police have identified the man as Steven V. Weaver, 32,…

Massey Energy Hasn’t Learned Lesson A Year After Upper Big Branch Mine Disaster

Preceding the internationally covered Chilean mine collapse and rescue, there was mine explosion here in the United States known as the Upper Big Branch Mine Disaster. Charleston workers’ compensation attorneys remember that in April of 2010, an explosion killed 29 of the 31 miners at the Upper Big Branch site near the community of Montcoal,…

High School Football Player Dies During Practice

In what could be called a tragic accident, a 14-year-old teenager died while playing a game he loved. According to the Lexington County Coroner, Lewis Simpkins was pronounced dead when he arrived at the emergency room at Lexington Medical Center. An autopsy was to be performed to determine the exact cause of death. Lexington School…

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