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September 21, 2016
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Of the different types of accidents and injuries that can happen, slips, trips, and falls are among the most frequent. Suffering a slip and fall accident in a public place is often somewhat embarrassing and may be something you are tempted to dismiss it as being a matter of mere clumsiness. Unfortunately, the fact is that these so-called ‘accidents’ are often the result of negligence on the... Read More

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September 15, 2016

If you have been hurt in a workplace accident in Charleston, it can be difficult to know just what to do. In South Carolina, workers are protected under the worker’s compensation program. This system provides for financial protection so injured workers can recoup medical expenses, lost wages, and disability benefits. No one expects a workplace injury, so when it happens, it can easily become... Read More

September 08, 2016
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Deciding to place a loved elder into the care of a nursing home can be a difficult choice that involves many diverse considerations. From costs to location, there are things each family must consider in making the right choice, but having to wonder if your loved one will be treated with care and dignity shouldn’t have to enter into the debate. Unfortunately, as Charleston nursing home abuse... Read More

August 31, 2016

If you or a loved one has suffered a TBI, you may need lifelong care. Our experienced attorneys can help you determine if you were hurt because of another's negligence. View this presentation for more information:

 

 

To contact the Steinberg Law Firm, LLP, please call us at (855) 270-5760. We proudly serve clients in and around Charleston, South Carolina.

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August 30, 2016
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With the national rise in traffic deaths in the first half of the year, the National Safety Council (NSC) predicts the deadliest Labor Day Weekend since 2009. The NSC estimates that 438 people will lose their lives in auto accidents this Labor Day Weekend, September 2 – September 5. That’s more deaths than a 747 plane crash would claim.

This is the highest fatality estimate by the NSC... Read More

August 29, 2016

The Steinberg Law Firm announced Tuesday that six attorneys at the practice have been named to the 23rd edition of The Best Lawyers in America. The Best Lawyers publication uses a rigorous peer review and polling process to identify the most respected attorneys from across the United States in 140 different practice areas.... Read More

August 23, 2016

Are Your Medical Bills Piling up after an Auto Accident?  Our Attorneys Can Help You

Car accidents can bring a lot of stress, and if you have suffered injuries as a result of a car accident in the past, you understand just how stressful the entire process can be. Medical bills come along with those personal injuries, and it isn’t always affordable for an injured person to pay for all... Read More

August 17, 2016
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Not Registered to Vote? Steinberg wants to help!

With three convenient locations to choose from, you can register to Vote at any of our law offices from August 15th-September 15th, 2016.

Visit our offices today or call 843-720-2800 for assistance. 

 

 

August 16, 2016
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Recently, AAA released a report on The Prevalence of Motor Vehicle Crashes Involving Road Debris, United States, 2011-2014. The report highlighted what may be surprising to some motorists – that road debris plays a significant role in auto accidents, including severe injuries and fatalities.

According to the report, in the time period between 2011-2014, road debris caused:

204,587... Read More
August 11, 2016
nuclear plant workers compensation

Lawyers are using once-classified government documents to defend potentially thousands of sick nuclear weapons workers and their families that should be eligible for federal benefits.

The once-secret documents were released last year. They provide evidence that employees at the Savannah River Site were in fact being exposed to thorium after 1972, which contradicts the government’s... Read More

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