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  • Further Developments In Morgan V. WalMart

    Recent press releases from the attorney representing celebrity Tracy Morgan, who was injured when his limo was struck by a Wal-Mart truck, reveal the depths of Morgan’s injury. “He’s fighting to get better, and if there’s a chance for him… Read More
  • Schools May Be Held Liable For Student Injuries

    Parents and guardians send their children to school with the assumption that not only will they learn something new, but they will be kept safe. Parents entrust not only the learning of their children to teachers and administrators, but their… Read More
  • Small Explosion Injures Two At Elementary School

    A small, homemade explosive made from a two-liter bottle filled with a “volatile substance” detonated around 8 a.m. at the Emily Dickenson Elementary School Monday. A bus driver who was passing by the “acid bomb” was injured by something that… Read More
  • South Carolina Day-Care Operator Gets 20 Years For Infant’s Death

    South Carolina Day-Care Operator Gets 20 Years For Infant’s Death
    Day care facilities owe a duty of reasonable care to the children they take care of. A Columbia, South Carolina day-care operator was recently sentenced to 20 years in prison for negligently killing a 9-month-old baby in May 2007. Retired… Read More
  • South Carolina Personal Injury Lawyers Talk Major Medications And Class Actions

    South Carolina Personal Injury Lawyers Talk Major Medications And Class Actions
    Our Charleston drug recall lawyers have noticed numerous advertisements on television asking viewers if they have been harmed by a variety of defective consumer products, primarily including asbestos exposure and pharmaceutical drugs. The aim of these ads is to reach… Read More

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