Who Will Stand Up for Our First Responders?

Who Will Stand Up for Our First Responders?

By Catherine D. Meehan, RN, JD Fourteen years ago, the Workers’ Compensation Commission denied compensation to a crime scene investigator (CSI) who suffered a mental breakdown following her investigation of…

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Attorney Thomas White of Steinberg Law Firm Obtains $3.2 Million on Behalf of Paralyzed Client in Recent South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Case

In July of this year, Charleston personal injury attorney Thomas White of Steinberg Law Firm and Peter David Brown helped secure a settlement award of $3.2 million in a South…

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Occupational Diseases and South Carolina Workers Compensation: Muir v. C.R. Bard

The ruling of Muir’s case helped to pave the path for the rights of all healthcare workers who face exposure to infectious diseases while performing their essential jobs.

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Immunity from Coronavirus Liability: A Solution in Search of a Problem

News coverage of a potential third coronavirus stimulus bill and general coverage of businesses’ efforts to operate in this new pandemic environment contain numerous references to efforts by the business…

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South Carolina Coronavirus Cases Continue to Rise

While South Carolina’s economy has been reopening following coronavirus restrictions and the news related to COVID-19 has generally been positive, troubling reports have started to appear in recent days.  On…

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Steinberg Law Firm Cases That Made a Difference: Curiel v. Environmental Management Services

Steinberg Law Firm Cases That Made a Difference: Curiel v. Environmental Management Services

The South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act provides that all injured workers, including minors and aliens, are entitled to benefits through the workers’ compensation system. However, that does not necessarily stop…

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