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09-18-2018

Steinberg Law Firm Now Handles Construction Defect Cases

Steinberg Law Firm announces its expansion into the area of construction law, representing homeowners and property owners’ associations seeking compensation for defective con [...]

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09-12-2018

Dangers of Driving During a Flash Flood

As hurricane season approaches in South Carolina, so does the threat of flash floods, one of the most dangerous natural disasters. During hurricanes, flash floods can develo [...]

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07-31-2018

Do I Have a Car Accident Injury Case?

Data reveals motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of injuries in the country. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports there are more than 6 [...]

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07-13-2018

Summer Heat Related Job Injuries: How To Prevent Them

For many workers, summer means working outside in the blazing sun. Employees who spend a lot of time working in the summer heat may be at risk for sun burns, heat rashes, heat [...]

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06-01-2018

Higher Learning Scholarship Winners Announced

Steinberg Law Firm is pleased to award $1,000 scholarships to five South Carolina graduating high school seniors who plan to attend a four-year college in the fall. “We are ho [...]

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12-15-2017

Winter driving safety tips for South Carolina

Winter Driving in South Carolina

As winter approaches, driving can become extremely dangerous. These next few months can bring fog, black ice and thunderstorms. Snow and ice can also create hazardous roads for Sou [...]

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10-27-2017

Worker’s compensation under South Carolina law

Worker's Compensation under South Carolina Law

In most cases, filing for workers’ compensation in South Carolina is the only option for a workplace injury or illness because the law generally does not allow a worker to sue an [...]

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10-13-2017

Bicycle Accidents in South Carolina

Bicycle Accident in South Carolina

In 2013, there were approximately 767 fatal road accidents. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 15 were cyclists, representing 3.14 deaths per [...]

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