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November 16, 2015

South Carolina is well on its way to potentially having one of the highest motorcycle fatality numbers in years. Around this time last year, there were approximately 83 deaths related to motorcycle accidents compared to this year, where we have skyrocketed up to 119 deaths.

These recent numbers have prompted The Study Committee of Motorcycle Usage and Safety to try and implement some... Read More

November 13, 2015
Fine Print in Nursing Home Agreements Can Conceal Bad Deals | Charleston, SC

As baby boomers reach retirement age, more and more charged with the care of their elderly parents are finding they need some help. This has led to a rise in the number of nursing homes in South Carolina. When reviewing these facilities, it is important that you look out for any allegations of nursing home abuse that have occurred there.

When you have found a nursing home that meets... Read More

November 09, 2015
Adult Protective Services in Conjunction with Nursing Home Abuse Lawsuits

The elderly are some of the most vulnerable members of society. When your family member has to live in a nursing home, you want to make sure that the home will care for them appropriately. If you suspect they may be the victim of nursing home abuse, in South Carolina your first step should be to call Adult Protective Services.

Adult Protective Services frequently work as first... Read More

November 04, 2015

Please join us in congratulating our new Employee of the Month, Bruce Gonzalez! 

In an effort to express our appreciation for our wonderful... Read More

October 26, 2015

It’s been 20 years since South Carolina had mandatory safety inspections on vehicles. At that time, almost half of all states had required inspections to ensure proper mechanical safety when on the road. So why did SC end this in 1995?

At the time, the main argument was the cost of these inspections. A proper inspection took about 20 minutes at a regular service station. However, the... Read More

October 23, 2015
Attorney Catie Meehan at Steinberg Law Firm

Attorney Catie Meehan is excited to participate in the upcoming Fundamentals of Workers' Compensation seminar in Charleston, SC. The seminar, put on by Sterling Education Services, Inc., will provide information and strategies to help attendees navigate the highly complex workers' compensation process.  The program will highlight assessment of temporary disability, interplay between benefits,... Read More

October 16, 2015

When you lose a family member of loved one in a wrongful death incident, the unexpected financial burden of their death can compound the grief and pain you will naturally be experiencing. The imposition of these additional costs can take a toll on your long-term financial health.

Fortunately, a wrongful death lawsuit against the responsible party can offer some relief from the burden of... Read More

October 13, 2015

Election day is right around the corner! Remember to get out and vote on November 3rd! 

The Charleston County Bar Association, the League of Women Voters of the Charleston Area, the Charleston County Federal Bar Association, the Charleston School of Law, and the Thurgood Marshall Law Society are hosting a Mayoral Candidate Forum on October 22nd at Founders Hall in Charles Towne Landing... Read More

October 09, 2015
As we strive to bring more breast cancer awareness throughout the month of October, we also honor those we know who have fought the battle and won. Julie McCormick is our receptionist in our Summerville office and has a very important story to share.    Julie's story:   "I went for my first routine mammogram appointment 9 years ago.  I was 40 years old. It was determined at that time I had Stage... Read More
October 08, 2015

From now until November 4th, our firm is hosting a food 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... Read More