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  • Supreme Court Grants Woman’s Workers Compensation Claim

    The South Carolina Supreme Court ruled that a state employee who tripped over a carpet while on the job is entitled to workers compensation benefits; even though the carpet the woman tripped over was not a condition of her employment,… Read More
  • Supreme Court Of South Carolina Makes Ruling On Motor Carrier Limits

    Supreme Court Of South Carolina Makes Ruling On Motor Carrier Limits
    The Supreme Court of South Carolina has held that a trucker, who was a commercial motor vehicle carrier was required to have at a minimum $750,000 in liability insurance limits. The Court overturned the ruling by a Richland County circuit… Read More
  • Teen Driver Dies After Single-Car Crash On James Island

    Teen Driver Dies After Single-Car Crash On James Island
    Last weekend a serious auto accident involving a single vehicle killed a 16-year-old Charleston boy. The boy was a junior at Charleston’s First Baptist School, located in historic downtown Charleston. The boy was travelling along Riverland Drive on James Island… Read More
  • Telltale Signs Of Workers’ Comp Fraud

    As an employer, protecting yourself against workers’ compensation fraud begins with one task: detecting it. If you do not know the warning signs of this type of fraud, you cannot hope to fight against it. Here are several signs that… Read More
  • The Carnival Cruise Line Faces More Lawsuits From Passengers’ Slip And Fall Injuries

    Recently, your South Carolina personal injury lawyers learned of three lawsuits being filed against the Carnival Corporation, owners and operators of the Carnival Cruise Line. Earlier this summer, we posted a blog regarding Carnival Cruise Lines, wherein we discussed a… Read More

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