Charleston Personal Injury Lawyer Blog

Personal Injury Lawyers Representing Charleston & nearby areas of South Carolina

December 02, 2016

South Carolina has a few strange laws that are obviously outdated, but still around today. Many of the laws are so intense that most people question their legitimacy before learning that they’re actual laws.

Since several of these strange laws are rarely spoken of, we want to share some of them with you. Have you broken any of these laws? (Don’t worry, we won’t tell.)  

 If a man... Read More
December 02, 2016

As the holiday season is quickly approaching, Tricounty Family Ministries needs your help to prepare for their Annual Client Christmas Brunch to be held on Monday, December 19th.

In 2015, Tricounty Family Ministries provided 1,700 meals to lowcountry locals as well as clothes, coats, and hundreds of toys for local children.  As they plan for their 2016 celebration, they need volunteers... Read More

November 29, 2016

When you are seriously injured in an accident, you need an experienced attorney by your side to walk you through the process every step of the way to get maximum compensation for your injuries. 

November 21, 2016
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Automated automobiles are in the news more and more lately. From Tesla’s first fatal accident to Otto’s first beer delivery by a self-driving semi-truck, the future of automated vehicles seems to be upon us.

In response to this new reality, the US Department of Transportation has released its first guidelines for driverless vehicles. The guidelines address safety standards for... Read More

November 18, 2016

Attorney Malcolm Crosland received a President’s Award from the Workers' Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG) on September 25th, 2016 for exemplifying WILG’s mission by serving as Chairperson of WILG’s Opt Out Taskforce in 2016. By chairing the Opt Out Taskforce, Attorney Crosland worked across the nation to fight plans that allowed employers to opt out of workers' compensation and develop... Read More

November 07, 2016
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Thanksgiving is almost here! Across the country, tons of people are getting ready for one of the most anticipated feasts of the year. Thanksgiving is a holiday that brings family and friends together to share delicious food, memories, and laughter. In the middle of all this festive activity, it is very important to remember that there are health risks in relation to the holiday, including an... Read More

November 07, 2016

As the holidays are approaching, many people are making plans to travel to visit and spend time with family and friends. When planning a trip, there may be some concerns regarding what to do if you get hurt while on vacation.

If you’ve been hurt at a hotel or resort, the question of who is responsible for your medical bills and lost income is a very important one. Getting hurt while... Read More

November 04, 2016

Eight people lost their lives while driving on South Carolina Roads over the weekend, marking more deaths compared to this time last year, according to the South Carolina Department of Safety.

Effective Sunday, 820 drivers and/or passengers have died on state roads and highways so far this year.

Those affected were not necessarily in a vehicle. Through Sunday 116 pedestrians have... Read More

November 01, 2016

A common question we get from many of our clients deals with the issue of filing for both workers' comp and social security disability benefits. Some injured workers who are eligible for workers' compensation may also be eligible to receive socail security disability benefits. However, the injured employee may not be able to receive the full amount of SSDI benefits and workers' comp benefits... Read More

October 27, 2016

Halloween weekend and Halloween night on Monday will bring plenty of costumed fun to Charleston and the surrounding communities of South Carolina. However, one of the scariest dangers lurking in the shadows this weekend isn’t a horror movie villain. It’s drunk drivers.

Halloween is one of the deadliest nights of the year when it comes to impaired drivers. Around 44 percent of fatal... Read More

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