Charleston Personal Injury Lawyer Blog

Charleston, South Carolina Personal Injury Lawyers

April 03, 2015
Steinberg Law Firm volunteers for Comfort Meals at MUSC

The Steinberg Law Firm recently became involved with the Comfort Meals program at MUSC Children's Hospital. The program relies on members of the community who volunteer their time to provide meals for hospitalized children and their families. Days, weeks, or even months of living on hospital food can be monotonous, expensive, and discouraging for those who are already going through a tough... Read More

March 30, 2015
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A personal injury case can be an important way to pursue the compensation you need and deserve following an injury caused by someone else's negligence. To learn more and to find out if you have a case, you should schedule a free consultation with our lawyers. In the meantime, consider these 4 things to know about personal injury cases as you decide whether to pursue compensation:

You may... Read More
March 25, 2015
Food and Clothing Drive for Tricounty Family Ministries

Throughout the month of April, our firm is hosting a food and clothing drive to benefit Tricounty Family Ministries, a non-profit ecumenical organization based in North Charleston that provides assistance to those in need. Employees of the Steinberg Law Firm regularly volunteer at Tricounty Family Ministries, helping out in the kitchen, intake center, health center, and clothing closet, and... Read More

March 25, 2015
Malcolm Crosland - Charleston SC Workers' Compensation Attorney

Attorney Malcolm Crosland recently won a complicated appeal, in which he helped prove a deceased tour bus driver deserved workers’ compensation benefits. He also proved that the benefits should go to his common law wife, despite a wrongful denial from the driver’s employer.
This particular case was complicated for many reasons. For one thing, the deceased driver was killed in a... Read More

March 23, 2015

Please join us in congratulating our Employee of the Month, Marvin Brown! 

In an effort to express our appreciation for our wonderful staff and highlight their commitment to great service,... Read More

March 04, 2015
TBI Awareness Month

Across the country, March is recognized as Brain Injury Awareness Month. Traumatic brain injury can have serious, lifelong ramifications for people who sustain it. As you learn about this type of serious head injury, please consider the following:

Motor vehicle accidents are one of the leading causes of TBI Falls are another common cause Brain injuries can cause changes in cognition,... Read More
Tags: Traumatic Brain Injury
March 04, 2015

Berkeley County Senator Larry Grooms is pushing for more safety regulations around construction zones following an accident that killed 56-year-old Paul Lewis Fee, an employee of the South Carolina Department of Transportation. Fee had worked for the SCDOT since 2007, and died Saturday after a fatal hit-and-run Friday night. He is one of three SCDOT workers killed on the job in the last 5... Read More

March 01, 2015

If you live in or around Charleston and have suffered a work injury, the experienced workers' compensation attorneys at the Steinberg Law Firm will work swiftly and skillfully to help you secure the injury benefits to which you are entitled. Workers' compensation law does apply to certain types of injuries sustained under certain conditions. Generally, if you were injured at work and your... Read More

February 27, 2015

A brain injury leads to serious, debilitating injuries. Injuries to the head and brain often result from sports injuries, but they can also result from these incidents:

Auto accidents Truck accidents Motorcycle accidents Pedestrian accidents Work accidents Unsafe premises

If you suffered a brain injury in one of these types of accidents, then you may be entitled to compensation because... Read More

Tags: Brain Injury
February 26, 2015

On Friday, February 27th, 2015, attorney Tom White gave a presentation on recent developments in Workers' Compensation in South Carolina at the Berkeley County Bar Association's annual CLE, "A Little Bit of This and A Little Bit of That." The rest of the CLE focused on PCR appointments, DUI defense, the past, present, and future of ethics, and other case issues. Other speakers included Judge... Read More