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

    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… Read More
  • 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… Read More
  • 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… Read More
  • 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… 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

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