Charleston SC sidewalks can be a danger to walk on. Historic Pavers, slate, stone and other uneven surfaces contribute to slip, trip, and fall injuries.

How to Seek Compensation for Sidewalk Injuries in Charleston

Sidewalk injuries in South Carolina can lead to severe consequences, including fractures, head injuries, and long-term disability, impacting a victim’s quality of life and financial stability. When these accidents occur,…

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Charleston Airport injury lawyers South Carolina

Stay Safe During Airport Drop-Off and Pick-Up

Many people travel during the holidays with trepidation. Statistically, the highest risk of injury in air travel isn’t on the plane. It’s at the airport. Every year, dozens of people…

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As the number of travelers increases, so do air and ground travel risks. If you plan to travel this holiday season, here’s what you need to know.

Don’t Let Travel Dangers Derail Your Holidays

2023 is shaping up to be a record year for winter holiday travel, according to the American Automobile Association (AAA). AAA predicts that 115.2 million holiday travelers will take flights…

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Halloween child injury lawyers South Carolina

How to Prevent Slip and Fall Injuries During Trick or Treating

Many South Carolina families take safety seriously during Halloween. Parents may add lights or reflective tape to costumes, homeowners may make sure the path to their door is well-lit, and…

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Whether a school bus accident was the fault of the bus driver, the bus company, the school district, or someone else, they can be found liable for the injuries and trauma your child experienced.

What to Do When Your Child Gets Hurt on a School Bus

According to Ballotpedia, 751,660 students attend schools in South Carolina. For Charleston County School District, school buses serve about 19,000 students at 78 schools. Statistically speaking, traveling by school bus…

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Mt. Pleasant, SC restaurant slip and fall case result

Case Result: Mount Pleasant Slip and Fall Case Settles for $525,000.00 Without a Lawsuit

Attorneys Annie E. Andrews and Michael Jordan Present Compelling Case for Woman Seriously Injured in Local Restaurant Slip and Fall cases are notoriously difficult to prove but not for Steinberg…

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College athetes are injured at an alarming rate with some injuries lasting a lifetime. Waivers and university and NCAA policies can meant serious bills. Call our attorneys for a free consultation.

College Sports Injuries Leave Players With Many Injuries, But Few Options

Approximately half a million college students compete in collegiate athletics each year. Among these athletes, more than 210,000 injuries occur each year, according to a CDC study. These injuries range…

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Are activity, gym or sports waivers legally binding if I’m injured due to negligence? Our Charleston personal injury lawyers can help.

Is a Waiver Enforceable?

If you’ve ever joined a gym, rented a jetski or other sporting equipment, or signed yourself or a child up for a sports team, you have likely signed a liability…

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If you were injured in a South Carolina vacation rental property such as Airbnb or VRBO, you may have a premises liability case.

Injured at a Vacation Rental in South Carolina? You May Have a Premises Liability Case

South Carolina is known as a great place to vacation. Between the historical sites, beautiful beaches, and world-class golf courses, tourism is a billion-dollar industry. In fact, right before the…

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Dog bites in apartment building complexes can be tricky cases due to breed and size restrictions that may limit insurance liability. Call our South Carolina dog bite attorneys if you were severely injured.

Liability in Dog Bite Cases Occurring at Apartment Complexes

Most people would agree that dogs can make great pets. However, not every type of dog is well suited to live in an apartment. Some breeds need a lot of…

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South Carolina Potholes Cause Injury Accidents | Who Is Responsible For Road Repair Of Potholes In Charleston?

How to Report a Summerville, Goose Creek, or Charleston SC Pothole

After the most recent cold weather here in the Lowcountry, it seems like potholes are everywhere. They literally pop up overnight. Although drivers attempt to avoid them, sometimes it is…

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Homeowner Liable For Party Guest Injury SC

What Happens When Someone Is Injured at Your Home Holiday Party?

An injury can turn a holiday party from festivity to fear in an instant. As a host, the last thing you want is to harm any of your guests –…

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while a physical injury is obvious, often the psychological trauma of an injury is overlooked in children.

The Psychological Impact of Injury Accidents on Children

Car crashes, dog bites, and dangerous products and equipment are some of the common causes of physical injuries to children. And while a physical injury is obvious, often the psychological…

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How Social Media Posts Can Hurt Your Injury Case

What Every Personal Injury Attorney Wants Their Clients to Know About Social Media: Stop Posting!

When you are injured, it may be tempting to spend an inordinate amount of time on social media, scrolling and posting. It may be a way for you to seek…

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Lying About Your Injury Case | Private Investigators Video Record Injury Victims | South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

Injured? Someone Might Be Watching You

If you are injured in an accident or at work and have a significant financial claim, chances are you may be under surveillance at some point during your recovery. According…

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Firework Injury Lawyers South Carolina | Fireworks Accident Attorneys Charleston | SC

Sizzling Facts about Fireworks

July 4th in South Carolina Brings Fun and Fireworks Fireworks and sparklers are a traditional staple of the 4th of July. It would be hard to imagine a 4th of…

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Civil Versus Personal Injury Case | What Kind Of Legal Case Do I Have? | Not All Issues Are A Lawsuit

Do I have a Personal Injury Case, Civil Case, or a Business Complaint?

Recently we received a call from a someone who had visited a popular jewelry chain for a piercing. The person doing the piercing missed the exact location and had to…

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Catherine D. Meehan

Attorney Catherine D. Meehan Named Partner

The Steinberg Law Firm is pleased to announce Attorney Catherine “Catie” Meehan as the newest partner at the firm. Catie is the first female partner in the firm’s history and will continue…

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