Fear of Filing, Firing an Issue in Workers Comp

We’ve long heard from clients that they often avoid filing a Workers’ Comp claim out of fear of being fired. Sadly, that fear is born out of past experience (it’s...

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GM will begin compensation program for crash victims Aug. 1

On Aug. 1, General Motors will begin accepting claims from victims and families of victims involved in accidents caused by defective ignition switches.  After over a decade of keeping quiet, GM issued a recall on...

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South Carolina Institutes Texting While Driving Ban

South Carolina governor Nikki Haley recently signed into law legislation that bans composing, sending, or reading a text-based communication while driving. The penalty for violating this law will be a $25...

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Charleston Personal Injury Attorney Malcolm Crosland Achieves $225K Verdict for Injured Longshoreman

The Steinberg Law Firm is excited to announce that Charleston personal injury attorney Malcolm Crosland has successfully secured a $225,000.00 verdict for client Perry Dixon, a longshoreman who suffered severe hand...

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South Carolina Statewide Texting Ban Heads to Gov. Haleys Desk

South Carolina lawmakers have passed a statewide texting ban, which would place initial $25 fines on drivers caught in the act. The new law awaits signature by Governor Nikki Haley....

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Tragedy on set of Gregg Allman biopic sparks wrongful death suit

The Jones family of Columbia, South Carolina filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Savannah against Gregory Allman, the founding member of the Allman Brothers Band, and executives of the film Midnight Rider,...

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