2019 Steinberg Law Scholarship

Supporting Higher Education

Steinberg Law Firm is offering you the opportunity to receive a scholarship to support your higher education. Five South Carolina graduating seniors who plan to attend a four year institution of higher learning in the fall will receive a $1,000 scholarship this year by submitting a creative essay that explains how you can play a role in the fight for equal justice under the law.

Selection of scholarship winners will be based on school activities, special honors and awards, community involvement and most of all: your story.

About Steinberg Law Firm

As one of the first Jewish attorneys in Charleston, Steinberg experienced discrimination and this inspired him to assist another disenfranchised group during that time — African Americans.

The firm began handling criminal and civil cases, and in the early 1920’s, Steinberg became interested in workers compensation law. There were, however, no workers compensation laws on the books at the time. Steinberg and other South Carolina attorneys then gathered statutes from other states and lobbied to add a similar law in South Carolina in 1936.

With over 170 years of combined award-winning legal experience, our team of personal injury attorneys at Steinberg Law Firm works together to help people with:

  • Workers’ Compensation Cases
  • Auto Accident Claims
  • Wrongful Death Cases
  • Social Security Disability Claims
  • Personal Injury Claims
  • Construction Defect Cases

We focus on our Community in these areas:

  • Hunger and wellness
  • Education
  • Children’s health and wellness
  • Veterans
  • Women’s health and wellness
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How to Apply

To be considered, applicants must submit the following materials with their 2019 application form below:

  • An up-to-date high school transcript.
  • A list of your school activities, special honors and awards, and community involvement.
  • An essay that explains how you can play a role in the fight for equal justice under the law.
  • Essays are limited to 700 words.

Personal injury lawyers are often the first line of defense for injured people who lack the financial resources to go up against big corporate or institutional interests.

Deadline

Start of submission: January 14, 2019
Deadline of submission: April 29, 2019

Scholarship recipients will be announced at each school’s year end award ceremony. If a school does not have such a ceremony, the respective scholarship winner will be notified no later than June 4th.

2018 Winners

  • Ashley Rowell
  • Hunter White
  • Alicia Wallick
  • Britney Cano
  • Dawson Hays

2019 Scholarship Application Form

We are extremely excited to view all of the applications for the 2019 Steinberg Law Firm Scholarship. Best of luck!

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    What sets Steinberg Law Firm apart from the rest? Many of our attorneys have more than one professional skill set, which helps shape a few of their current legal passions. Take Attorney Catherine D. Meehan,...

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    Steinberg Law Firm: A Legacy of Excellence

    Irving Steinberg founded our law firm in 1927. He practiced law in the firm’s downtown office at 61 Broad Street for more than 50 years before passing away in 1980. He had polio as a...

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    Tom’s Top Three Tips: Bike Safety

    As a new blog series, we at Steinberg Law Firm want you to know us a little bit better. Each week, we will highlight a member of the Steinberg Law Firm. Kicking us off is...

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    Steinberg Attorney Michael J. Jordan Sponsors The Lowcountry Firefighter Support Team’s 4th Annual Golf Tournament

    Local nonprofit, the Lowcountry Firefighter Support Team, promotes both easily accessible and available peer-based and clinical behavioral health services, ensuring those services meet the needs of firefighters and their families. Steinberg’s very own, Michael J. Jordan, is actively passionate...

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    Summerville Attorney Kelly Alfreds Sponsoring Annual Golf Tournament Benefiting Dorchester Children's Center

    Summerville injury attorney Kelly Alfreds will be sponsoring the Dorchester Children's Center's 13th Annual Troy Knight Memorial Golf Tournament on Monday, May 15, 2017 at the Summerville Country Club. The golf tournament, named for a...

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    The Journey Begins: Charleston Youth Summit 2017

    While the Steinberg Law Firm is best known for protecting the rights of those injured, we also take pride in our service to the Charleston community. For over 85 years, we've made it our mission...

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    Goose Creek Attorney Ben Akery Sponsoring Annual Walk & Roll Healing Farms

    Goose Creek injury attorney Ben Akery will be sponsoring The Walk & Roll Healing Farms on Saturday, April 29th at Danny Jones Recreation Complex in North Charleston at 10am. There will be food, music, prizes,...

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    Auto Accident Attorney For Parking Lot Collisions

    When you picture an auto accident you probably visualize a highway or road collision. But car wrecks can happen in private and public parking lots too.  While fortunately, most parking lot accidents do no result...

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    Steinberg Law Firm Founding Sponsor of Multicultural Center Art Pot (MuCeAP) Grand Opening

    Steinberg Law firm is committed to our involvement in our local Hispanic community and we are proud to announce the firm as the founding sponsor of The Multicultural Center Art Pot (MuCeAP). While the Steinberg Law...

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    Car Wrecks Involving Pedestrians

    Every year, pedestrian-automobile accidents occur while people are crossing busy streets or highways, while children are walking to school or playing outside, and even while pedestrians are simply walking on sidewalks.  Pedestrians have nothing to...

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    Attorney Malcolm M. Crosland Elected to the Board of Directors for Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic

    Free clinic provides primary medical care to uninsured patients living below the poverty line on Johns, Wadmalaw and James islands, South Carolina CHARLESTON, S.C. – Steinberg Law Firm announced on Friday that attorney Malcolm Crosland...

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    Attorney David T. Pearlman selected as 2017 South Carolina Leadership in Law Honoree

    Steinberg Law Firm’s senior partner has been selected as an honoree for the SC Leadership in Law Awards for a second time. CHARLESTON, S.C. – Senior partner and workers’ compensation attorney David T. Pearlman has...

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    Millennials May Be the Worst Drivers

    AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety recently released the results of a survey that highlights some disturbing attitudes and habits among the younger generation of drivers on our roadways and could be leading to increased traffic...

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    Sideshare Presentation – Why Seek Compensation After a Car Accident

    After a car wreck, you may be left with a damaged vehicle and possibly injuries and not know where to turn. In this presentation, our attorneys outline what to do after a car accident and...

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    Driver Error Caused Tesla Autopilot Crash

    In 2016, a Florida man was killed when his car crashed into a tractor trailer while he was using the Tesla Autopilot system. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration launched an investigation into the accident...

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    Ladder Injuries

    Worksites that require handling and climbing ladders can be especially dangerous.  Ladders are not only dangerous to persons using them, they are dangerous to other people standing near them. The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons...

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    Food Drive Benefitting Project Mana

    In 2016, the firm partnered with North Palm Ministry and their Open Windows Benevolence Center to deliver food to communities in need as part of Project Manna. “Manna,” as explained in the Bible, is food...

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    Seat Belts Save Lives

    Do you buckle your seat belt every time you get in a car? If you’ve answered “maybe” or “no,” even just once, you need to read on. Recent studies show that South Carolina ranks third...

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    Can I Be Fired for Filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

    A common concern for workers who are injured on the job is whether filing a Workers’ Compensation claim will end up costing them their job. In South Carolina it is illegal for an employer to...

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    A Common Work Injury: Forklift Accidents

    Forklifts, or powered industrial trucks, are typically used to move materials, but can be used for other purposes in the work place, too.  Forklift accidents rank among the highest occurring industrial accidents in the United...

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    South Carolina Bike Laws

    Four cyclists in Spartanburg County are recovering after a hit and run on Christmas Eve.  All bicyclists were thrown from their bikes during the impact. One of them requiring an emergency airlift to the hospital....

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    South Carolina Ranks Worst in Elder Protection

    According to a study issued by Wallethub, South Carolina ranks worsts in elder abuse protections. The study rated states on variety of factors to measure the level of elder-abuse all over the nation. The state...

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    New Year’s Eve Safety Tips

    Fireworks and Alcohol Don’t Mix New Year’s celebrations are just around the corner. Although the holiday is one of the most fun and festive of the year, it is also the most dangerous. Throughout the...

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    Protecting Yourself from Cold-Related Work Injuries

    Cold weather can be dangerous for workers who are exposed outdoors or in poorly insulated work areas. Workers are at risk when temperatures drop below normal for their region and winds pick up. In South...

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    Travel Safely for the Holidays

    It’s the time of year for festive gatherings and family travel. However, it is also one of the worst times of the year for traffic accidents. During the period from Christmas through New Year’s Day,...

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    Emojis are Back for the Holidays

    While driving around the low country this month, you may see the return of a few billboards with messages using emojis instead of letters.  South Carolina’s Department of Public Safety and local law enforcement agencies...

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    Quiz – What Steps Should You Take After a Wrongful Death?

    If you’ve lost a loved one because of negligence, you may have reason for a wrongful death lawsuit. In this quiz, we can help you determine if you’re taking the right steps to ensure that...

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    South Carolina Ranks Third Worst Drivers in Nation

    The annual report by carinsurancecomparison.com ranked South Carolina drivers third worst in the nation using data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.  That is not the only thing South Carolina is leading in; the...

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    The Steinberg Law Firm Supports The Charleston Youth Summit

    Kofi Annan, a former Secretary General of the United Nations, once said, “Young people should be at the forefront of global change and innovation. Empowered, they can be key agents for development and peace. If,...

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    Is that a Law?

    South Carolina has a few strange laws that are obviously outdated, but still around today. Many of the laws are so intense that most people question their legitimacy before learning that they’re actual laws. Since...

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    Holiday Winter Coat & Toy Drive for Tricounty Family Ministries Christmas Brunch

    As the holiday season is quickly approaching, Tricounty Family Ministries needs your help to prepare for their Annual Client Christmas Brunch to be held on Monday, December 19th. In 2015, Tricounty Family Ministries provided 1,700...

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    Infographic: Your Accident Case Step by Step

    When you are seriously injured in an accident, you need an experienced attorney by your side to walk you through the process every step of the way to get maximum compensation for your injuries. 

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    Guidelines for Driverless Cars Released by the US Department of Transportation

    Automated automobiles are in the news more and more lately. From Tesla’s first fatal accident to Otto’s first beer delivery by a self-driving semi-truck, the future of automated vehicles seems to be upon us. In...

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    Attorney Malcolm Crosland Received President's Award from WILG

    Attorney Malcolm Crosland received a President’s Award from the Workers' Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG) on September 25th, 2016 for exemplifying WILG’s mission by serving as Chairperson of WILG’s Opt Out Taskforce in 2016....

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    Thanksgiving Home & Travel Safety Tips

    Thanksgiving is almost here! Across the country, tons of people are getting ready for one of the most anticipated feasts of the year. Thanksgiving is a holiday that brings family and friends together to share...

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    Traveling During the Holidays: I was Hurt at a Resort/Hotel, Who is Responsible?

    As the holidays are approaching, many people are making plans to travel to visit and spend time with family and friends. When planning a trip, there may be some concerns regarding what to do if...

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    Road Deaths Increase in South Carolina

    Eight people lost their lives while driving on South Carolina Roads over the weekend, marking more deaths compared to this time last year, according to the South Carolina Department of Safety. Effective Sunday, 820 drivers...

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    Social Security Disability Benefits and Workers' Compensation Offsets

    A common question we get from many of our clients deals with the issue of filing for both workers' comp and social security disability benefits. Some injured workers who are eligible for workers' compensation may...

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    What Is the Scariest Part of Halloween?

    Halloween weekend and Halloween night on Monday will bring plenty of costumed fun to Charleston and the surrounding communities of South Carolina. However, one of the scariest dangers lurking in the shadows this weekend isn’t...

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    Nurses Are Especially Susceptible to Work Related Injuries

    Nurses are, many times, the front line of most medical facilities. Their responsibilities require proper skills to face some of the most unexpected challenges. Sadly, caring for their patients' health and safety can leave many nurses at risk for many work...

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    There is Now a Biological Reason Why People Shouldn't Text and Drive.

    Most people communicate via text messaging more than ever before, though little is known on the neurological effects of smartphone use. To find out more about how our brains work during textual communication using smartphones,...

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    Hurricane Matthew Update: Office Closing

    Due to Hurricane Matthew, our office will be closing on Today at noon. We will remain closed through Friday and we plan to reopen on Monday morning. Our phone lines will remain open 24/7 at: 843-572-0700. We pray that all...

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    Preparing For Hurricane Matthew: Safety Plans and Emergency Kits

    Hurricane Matthew is a deadly Category Four Hurricane that could affect parts of South Carolina this weekend. Make sure you have a safety plan and prepare an emergency kit, just in case. It is important...

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    How Breast Cancer Affects Everyone- With a Personal Message from a Steinberg Employee

    When a loved one is diagnosed with cancer, it takes a toll on more than just their bodies. This disease affects the patient and their families, both emotionally and financially. Sometimes, treatment-related costs can be...

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    Halloween Safety Tips

    Fall festivities like Halloween are fun activities for kids, who dress up in costumes, enjoy parties, and sweet treats. With all the fall festivities, there are many opportunities to hand out healthy snacks, increase physical...

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    Steinberg Law Firm Supports the Fight Against Breast Cancer

    Why donate to the American Cancer Society? One in every two women diagnosed with breast cancer reaches out the American Cancer Society for help and support. They provide free information and services when and where...

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    What to Do In A Crash: A Step By Step Guide

    Being in a car wreck can cause a lot of stress to those involved. With the appropriate guidance and knowledge, many minor car wrecks can be resolved without challenges and without all the stress. If...

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    Quiz: Do You Know the Secrets to Driving in a Storm?

    Take our quiz to see if you have the know-how to handle driving in stormy weather.

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    HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYERS ARE TWICE MORE LIKELY TO SUFFER A CONCUSSION THAN COLLEGE PLAYERS

    Recent studies found that high school students are twice more likely to sustain a concussion than college players while playing football. The study, which was sponsored by the NFL and led by the Institute of...

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    Nighttime Driving Tips for the Longer Nights of Fall

    Fall days are officially upon us, and the shorter days are more and more apparent as winter approaches. For some commuters, driving in the dark is a fact of life both on the way to...

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    I Slipped and Fell In The Store Because of a Wet Floor, and There Was No Proper Warning. Who Is Liable For My Injury From The Fall?

    Of the different types of accidents and injuries that can happen, slips, trips, and falls are among the most frequent. Suffering a slip and fall accident in a public place is often somewhat embarrassing and...

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    What Are My First Steps After a Workplace Accident?

    If you have been hurt in a workplace accident in Charleston, it can be difficult to know just what to do. In South Carolina, workers are protected under the worker’s compensation program. This system provides...

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    Social Media: The New Trend in Nursing Home Abuse

    Deciding to place a loved elder into the care of a nursing home can be a difficult choice that involves many diverse considerations. From costs to location, there are things each family must consider in...

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    The Latest Humiliating Trend in Nursing Home Abuse: Social Media Posts

    Over the last few years, a new medium has allowed more and more people to witness abusive nursing home employees who exploit the patients in their care. Snapchat and other social media outlets are being...

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    Slideshare Presentation – The Need for Compensation After a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

    If you or a loved one has suffered a TBI, you may need lifelong care. Our experienced attorneys can help you determine if you were hurt because of another’s negligence. View this presentation for more...

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    Labor Day Weekend May Be Deadliest in 8 Years

    With the national rise in traffic deaths in the first half of the year, the National Safety Council (NSC) predicts the deadliest Labor Day Weekend since 2009. The NSC estimates that 438 people will lose...

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    6 Attorneys at Steinberg Law Firm Listed in 2017 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America

    The Steinberg Law Firm announced Tuesday that six attorneys at the practice have been named to the 23rd edition of The Best Lawyers in America. The Best Lawyers publication uses a rigorous peer review and...

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    Are Your Medical Bills Piling up after an Auto Accident? Our Attorneys Can Help You

    Are Your Medical Bills Piling up after an Auto Accident?  Our Attorneys Can Help You Car accidents can bring a lot of stress, and if you have suffered injuries as a result of a car...

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    Not Registered to Vote? Steinberg wants to help!

    Not Registered to Vote? Steinberg wants to help! With three convenient locations to choose from, you can register to Vote at any of our law offices from August 15th-September 15th, 2016. Visit our offices today or...

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    Road Debris Causes Thousands of Auto Accidents

    Recently, AAA released a report on The Prevalence of Motor Vehicle Crashes Involving Road Debris, United States, 2011-2014. The report highlighted what may be surprising to some motorists – that road debris plays a significant...

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    Once-classified government documents help lawyers defend sick nuclear workers at S.C. complex

    Lawyers are using once-classified government documents to defend potentially thousands of sick nuclear weapons workers and their families that should be eligible for federal benefits. The once-secret documents were released last year. They provide evidence...

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    Infographic – Medical Malpractice Cases We Can Help With

    If you've suffered because of a medical mistake or negligence, you have a right for compensation. This infographic describes some of the medical malpractice cases that we help with: For a free consultation, please contact...

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    Steinberg Law Firm Serving as Collection Center in Annual SC YLD Backpack Drive

    For the third year in a row, the Steinberg Law Firm is participating in the South Carolina Bar Young Lawyers Division's Annual Backpack Drive, benefitting local schools and students across the tricounty area. All 3...

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    Decrease in South Carolina Traffic Fatalities

    According to the most recent statistics released by the State Department of Public Safety, traffic fatalities in South Carolina have seen a slight decrease in the last year. Deaths caused by car accidents are down...

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    Quiz: What Preventable Injuries Are You Most At Risk For During Your Lifetime?

    At the end of National Safety Month, we're taking a look at the 4th leading cause of death in United States: preventable injuries. Take this quiz to test your knowledge on what you are most...

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    1 in 5 Nursing Home Residents Abused

    According to a new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, one in five nursing home residents may suffer abuse at the hands of their roommates or fellow residents. Typically, nursing home abuse is...

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    What Medical Compensation Will I Receive If I Am Injured On the Job?

    If you are injured on the job, under South Carolina’s Workers’ Compensation system, you are entitled to all necessary medical treatment that is likely to lessen your disability. This treatment generally includes: Surgery Hospital stays...

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    Emojis Can Save Lives

    Almost every driver on the road these days is a member of some form of social media, whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or one of the many other sites available lately. This means that almost...

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    New Rules for Moped Drivers in South Carolina

    A new law sent to Gov. Nikki Haley to sign after passing Senate approval on June 2 would require moped drivers to license and register their mopeds in 2017. The new guidelines for moped drivers...

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    Summer Travel Safety Tips

    Memorial Day weekend was just the beginning of the summer road trip season. If you are heading out on the roads this summer for a family vacation, keep these tips in mind for a safer...

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    Buckle Up: A Few Seconds Could Save a Life

    Summer is a time for vacations and trips to the beach, which means more time spent traveling in our vehicles. To make those trips safer, the South Carolina Department of Public Safety is kicking off...

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    South Carolina: Slowing Down for Work Zones

    Highway work zones can be a life-threatening place to work, which is why “Peanut’s Law” has been passed in both the South Carolina Senate and House. While this bill would improve safety in highway work...

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    The Truth Behind Common Motorcycle Safety Myths

    Summer weather means more motorcycle riders take to the roadways to enjoy the season. During this Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, we are debunking some of the most common myths about motorcycle safety. Myth 1: Defensive...

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    SlideShare: Workers' Compensation–What you Need to Know

    Have you been injured while on the job? Knowing what to do next can seem like an enourmous task. Luckily, we’ve gathered the important information for you! Click through our SlideShare to learn more about...

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    South Carolina: Stop for School Buses

    One of the most common, and unpunishable violations in South Carolina relates to school bus stop arms. The stop arm is there to stop drivers from passing by in order to safely allow kids on...

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    Drowning Can Be Silent: Water Safety Awareness

    The warm weather in Charleston calls for trips to pools and beaches in order to cool off from the summertime heat. While the water can be refreshing for some, for others it can be potentially...

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    South Carolina to Slow Drivers: Keep Right

    When driving on a busy highway, it’s important that everybody on the road keep to a common range of speeds. We all know that a car moving too fast on the highways of South Carolina...

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    Volkswagen Reaches Settlement with US Government

    After undergoing investigations and being hit with hundreds of defective product lawsuits, German automotive company Volkswagen has reached a settlement agreement with the United States government. While the settlement is not likely to affect the...

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    South Carolina Leads Nation in Drunk Driving Deaths

    The Department of Transportation recently released a complete report of traffic statistics across all 50 states. Because the data takes time to compile or verify, the numbers are from 2013, but they show some disturbing...

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    It's a Bad Idea to "Brake-Check" in South Carolina

    “If you rear-end a car, you are always at fault.” This rule of the road gets drilled into our heads from the moment we start driving, often with good reason: it reminds us not to...

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    Dangers of Electrical Defects in Your Car

    Many people in Charleston who notice electrical issues in their cars see them as a minor inconvenience, but electrical defects are extremely dangerous safety issues. Electrical defects may happen without warning, leaving you suddenly unable...

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    Attorney Michael Jordan Settles Complicated Injury Case

    Recently, Attorney Michael Jordan settled a very complicated claim for $1,000,000.00 for a client that was injured when he was struck by a tractor trailer. His client worked as a laborer for a large company...

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    Injuries from Poorly-Maintained Property

    When a property owner fails to properly maintain their premises, visitors may suffer serious accidents or personal injuries. Most of the time, accidents happen when there is some dangerous or defective condition on the property...

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    Is My Car Accident Covered By Workers' Compensation?

    We tend to think of car accidents and workers' compensation claims as two separate categories of personal injury law, but there can be a great deal of overlap between the two. Many jobs involve driving,...

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    Do You Need a South Carolina Work Injury Attorney?

    Many South Carolina residents suffer an injury on the job without realizing they might need a work injury attorney to represent their interests. There are several different reasons you might be tempted to do something...

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    Nursing Home Abuse: What to Look For

    According to the National Center on Elder Abuse, up to 10% of all residents of nursing homes or assisted care facilities have been abused in some form in the last year. This means around 150,000...

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    South Carolina Publishes 2016 Workers' Comp Rates

    The South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce has released its annual statistics concerning the average weekly wage for workers' compensation for 2016. From July 1, 2014, through June 30, 2015, the average compensation wage...

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    Is Your Auto Insurance Company Acting in Bad Faith?

    Your auto insurance company is supposed to be there to protect you after an accident. The contract you sign with them is an act of “good faith” and a promise they will do what is...

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    Car Accident Fatalities in South Carolina Reach 8-Year High

    The South Carolina Department of Transportation recently released its Traffic Fatality Report for 2015, detailing the deaths caused by auto accidents in the last year. The results were sobering: according to the data, 2015 was...

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    Highway Death Toll Spikes in South Carolina

    Once again, South Carolina has made it on the list of highest highway death tolls in the U.S.  for 2015. It might be quick to assume these fatal auto accidents are higher during bad weather...

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    Attorney Benjamin Akery Named Newest Partner at the Firm

    We are very excited to announce that Attorney Benjamin Akery became a partner here at the Steinberg Law Firm on January 1, 2016. After joining the firm in 2002 while in college, Mr. Akery earned...

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    Employee of the Month: Elizabeth Capps

    Please join us in congratulating our new Employee of the Month, Elizabeth Capps!  In an effort to express our appreciation for our wonderful staff and highlight their commitment to great service, Steinberg Law Firm recently...

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    Steinberg Law Firm's New Summerville Office to Open in Late Spring 2016

    We recently broke ground on our new Summerville office! On schedule to be completed in late Spring 2016, the new office will be located at 103 Grandview Drive at the intersection of Berlin G. Myers...

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    SC Motorcycle Fatalities on the Rise

    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...

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    Beware Fine Print in Nursing Home Enrollment

    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...

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    Nursing Home Abuse and Adult Protective Services

    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....

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    Employee of the Month: Bruce Gonzalez

    Please join us in congratulating our new Employee of the Month, Bruce Gonzalez!  In an effort to express our appreciation for our wonderful staff and highlight their commitment to great service, Steinberg Law Firm recently...

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    Vehicle Inspections: Taking Proper Care of Your Car to Ensure Safety

    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 vehicles' proper mechanical safety and reduce auto accidents on the...

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    Meehan to Speak at Workers' Comp Seminar in Charleston

    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...

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    Funeral Expenses and Wrongful Death Lawsuits

    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...

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    Charleston Mayoral Candidate Forum on October 22nd

    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...

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    Breast Cancer Survivor/Employee: Julie McCormick

    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...

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    Steinberg Law Firm Hosts Food Drive for Tricounty Family Ministries

    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...

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    Employee of the Month: LaTonia Rouse

    Please join us in congratulating our new Employee of the Month, LaTonia Rouse!  In an effort to express our appreciation for our wonderful staff and highlight their commitment to great service, Steinberg Law Firm recently...

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    Akery Prevails in Difficult Workers' Comp Case

    Attorney Benjamin W. Akery was recently able to secure a very large settlement for a roofer who was significantly injured while on the job. On January 12, 2013, our client, who worked for a roofing...

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    Crosland Fights for Disabled Workers' Comp Client

    Recently, Attorney Malcolm Crosland prevailed in a unique workers’ compensation case resulting in a six figure recovery for our client who was made totally disabled by an on the job accident. Back in 2010, our...

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    Whiplash in Car Accidents

    Symptoms of whiplash from a car accident may be apparent immediately, but often pain and discomfort can develop slowly, first appearing as long as two weeks after the accident. Because whiplash symptoms can be slow...

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    Congratulations on 25 Years with the Firm, Susan Rienzo!

    The Firm would like to extend a special THANK YOU to Susan Rienzo on 25 years with the firm! Your hard work and dedication has not gone unnoticed over the years. You are such a...

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    Jason's Law Survey Delivers Unsafe Results

    One of the most horrific murders in the state happened in 2009 when Jason Rivenburg, a long distance truck driver from New York, was tragically slain while parked to rest at an abandoned gas station...

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    Public Safety Announces DUI Crackdown

    Recently, the South Carolina Department of Public Safety announced their plan statewide to crackdown on impaired driving this summer—specifically, DUI offenses. SCDPS launched the “Sober or Slammer!” campaign on August 20th and it will run...

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    Documenting Brain Injuries for Workers' Comp

    Workers’ compensation insurance, more commonly called workers’ comp, is meant to help injured workers and their families get back on their feet after an accident. But employers and their insurers will often stop at nothing...

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    5 Attorneys Win "Best Lawyers in America" Awards 2016

    Steinberg Law Firm is proud to announce that five of our attorneys have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 22nd edition of The Best Lawyers in America for the following practice areas and...

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    Thomas White Settles Complicated Workers' Comp Case for $165,000

    Thomas White recently settled a complicated Workers’ Compensation case for $165,000 after the workers’ comp carrier tried to deny his clients claim based on a preexisting condition. His client was working for a company on Sullivan’s...

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    Employee of the Month: Glenis Mosley

    Please join us in congratulating our new Employee of the Month, Glenis Mosley!  In an effort to express our appreciation for our wonderful staff and highlight their commitment to great service, Steinberg Law Firm recently...

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    Why Get a Lawyer for Workers' Compensation?

    Workers’ compensation is intended to help injured workers get back on their feet, both literally and figuratively, after an accident on the job. But too many employers try to deny their workers the benefits they...

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    In the Zone–the Danger Zone

    As you hit the roads this morning, it is impossible to ignore the horrible school traffic! When heavy traffic and slow school buses seem like a frustration, it’s easy to forget the reason traffic is...

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    Distracted Driving–Not Just Texting

    Distracted driving is among the biggest causes of fatal crashes in the United States today. While texting and driving is one of the most dangerous causes of driver distraction, it’s definitely not the only distraction...

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    Employee of the Month: Teka Coaxum

    Please join us in congratulating our new Employee of the Month, Teka Coaxum!  In an effort to express our appreciation for our wonderful staff and highlight their commitment to great service, Steinberg Law Firm recently...

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    Travel Expenses Covered by Workers' Compensation

    When you file a claim for workers' compensation in South Carolina, you are seeking compensation for a variety of medical and job-related expenses. But did you know that in certain situations, you can also be...

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    South Carolina Driving: 13 Laws You've Probably Never Heard Of

    Although it seems anyone with a driver’s license should be aware of basic traffic laws, there are some laws that aren’t as obvious.  Traffic laws vary from state to state, but drivers should be aware...

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    Key Differences Between Temporary and Permanent Disability

    When you are the victim of a work-related injury, your workers' compensation claim will generally reimburse you for such costs as medical expenses, rehabilitation fees, and part of the wages you lose by being injured....

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    South Carolina Seeking New Input on Boater Regulations

    With the population of South Carolina on the rise, the amount of boaters hitting the water is also increasing. You may be wondering, how does that affect me? South Carolina has consistently ranked in the top...

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    Attorneys Michael Jordan and Catie Meehan Win Big Settlement

    Attorneys Michael Jordan and Catie Meehan recently won a huge verdict in court for a very complicated auto accident case. They proved that hard work really does pay off in the court room. Several years...

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    Steinberg Law Firm Collecting School Supplies for SCYLD's Annual Backpack Drive

    Steinberg Law Firm is once again participating in the South Carolina Young Lawyers Division’s Backpack Drive, July 27th through August 14th! The Steinberg Law Firm has volunteered all 3 offices to serve as drop-off locations for the...

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    Uber Rides to Continue in Our Home State

    Governor Nikki Haley signed a law recently that will continue the use of the Uber ride app for South Carolinians. Uber, a phone app that connects riders to drivers, was established in 2009. The point...

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    Employee of the Month: Nelson Brooks

    Please join us in congratulating our new Employee of the Month, Nelson Brooks!  In an effort to express our appreciation for our wonderful staff and highlight their commitment to great service, Steinberg Law Firm recently...

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    SC Daycare Linked to E. Coli Outbreak

    Just this week, DHEC released news that an outbreak of E. coli had been linked to The Learning Vine Daycare in Greenwood, SC. Currently, 7 children have been confirmed to have E. coli from this...

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    Body Camera Bill for SC Law Enforcement Becomes Law

    On Wednesday, June 10, 2015, the bill to enforce body cameras on law enforcement was signed by South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley. Under this new law, police agencies throughout the state will now be required...

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    Are South Carolina's School Buses Safe?

    Last week, a South Carolina school bus full of children collided with an 18-wheeler in Aiken County, killing a four-year-old student and injuring the driver and raising questions about the vehicles' safety. Since then, the...

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    South Carolina Senate Bill Would Boost Workers' Comp for First Responders

    A bill currently in the South Carolina State Senate would make it easier for first responders to get workers' compensation for post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. This would make it easier for policemen, firemen, paramedics,...

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    SC Ranks 50 in Safest States to Live

    Recently, Wallet Hub released a “safety” list that ranked each state in order of safest to least safe. They reviewed many areas and factors to determine who would rank where on the scale. In the...

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    7 Mistakes to Avoid After an Auto Accident

    A car accident can be among the most traumatic moments of your life. In the period of time that immediately follows an auto accident, it is all too easy to make a number of basic...

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    7 Things You Must Do if Injured on the Job

    In the state of South Carolina, people who are injured on the job almost always qualify for workers' compensation. However, it is possible for people to be denied their right to workers' comp due to...

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    100 Deadly Days of Summer

    Unfortunately, it’s that time again. The 100 Deadly Days of Summer is in full effect. Police officers have already seen an increase in highway deaths this year compared to last year.  But why? As we...

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    Don't Fall Victim to these Common Workers' Comp Mistakes

    Most of the time, the things that happen to us are in our control. But what happens when something happens that was out of your control? What if you are injured at work? Should you...

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    Employee of the Month: Shannon Henderson

    Please join us in congratulating our new Employee of the Month, Shannon Henderson!  In an effort to express our appreciation for our wonderful staff and highlight their commitment to great service, Steinberg Law Firm recently...

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    SC Senators Seek Help for First Responders with PTSD

    A bipartisan group of South Carolina Senators are pushing to have a bill passed that would give workers’ compensation for first responders that suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder relating to on-the-job experiences. Our lowcountry first...

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    Highway Deaths a Reminder to Buckle Up

    At this point in 2014, 271 people had died in 248 auto accidents on highways located in the state of South Carolina. In 2015, 316 people have died in 291 crashes. If highway fatalities continue...

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    Check that Mirror!

    Last year brought heartache in the news as we read story after story of children being left in vehicles as temperatures rose. Unfortunately, as summer approaches once again, the risk of these incidents will most...

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    How Long Do I Have to File for Workman's Comp?

    When you are injured on the job in South Carolina, chances are you can file a workers' compensation claim. With a few exceptions, every employee in South Carolina is covered by the State Workers' Compensation...

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    Beep Beep! Moped Accidents on the Rise in SC

    Moped related accidents have dramatically increased in the tri-county area within the last couple of months. Not only is this increase alarming, it’s actually responsible for four deaths in March and April. This problem may...

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    Employee of the Month: Lacy Sidbury

    Please join us in congratulating our new Employee of the Month, Lacy Sidbury!  In an effort to express our appreciation for our wonderful staff and highlight their commitment to great service, Steinberg Law Firm recently...

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    Steinberg Law Firm Volunteers for MUSC Children's Hospital's Comfort Meals Program

    The Steinberg Law Firm recently became involved with the Comfort Meals program at MUSC Children's Hospital. The program relies on members of the community who volunteer their time to provide meals for hospitalized children and...

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    Top 4 Things to know about Personal Injury

    A personal injury case can be an important way to pursue the compensation you need and deserve following an injury caused by someone else's negligence. To learn more and to find out if you have...

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    Steinberg Law Firm Hosts Food & Clothing Drive for Tricounty Family Ministries

    Throughout the month of April, our firm is hosting a food and clothing drive to benefit Tricounty Family Ministries, a non-profit ecumenical organization based in North Charleston that provides assistance to those in need. Employees...

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    Crosland Secures Benefits for Bus Driver's Wife in Complicated Workers’ Compensation Case

    Attorney Malcolm Crosland recently won a complicated appeal, in which he helped prove a deceased tour bus driver deserved workers’ compensation benefits. He also proved that the benefits should go to his common law wife,...

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    March Employee of the Month: Marvin Brown

    Please join us in congratulating our Employee of the Month, Marvin Brown!  In an effort to express our appreciation for our wonderful staff and highlight their commitment to great service, Steinberg Law Firm recently launched...

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    Learn more about TBI during Brain Injury Awareness Month

    Across the country, March is recognized as Brain Injury Awareness Month. Traumatic brain injury can have serious, lifelong ramifications for people who sustain it. As you learn about this type of serious head injury, please...

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    SC Senator Pushes for Work Zone Safety Bill After Fatal Hit-and-Run

    Berkeley County Senator Larry Grooms is pushing for more safety regulations around construction zones following an accident that killed 56-year-old Paul Lewis Fee, an employee of the South Carolina Department of Transportation. Fee had worked for...

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    What is a Work Injury?

    If you live in or around Charleston and have suffered a work injury, the experienced workers’ compensation attorneys at the Steinberg Law Firm will work swiftly and skillfully to help you secure the injury benefits...

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    Types of Incidents leading to Brain Injury Claims

    A brain injury leads to serious, debilitating injuries. Injuries to the head and brain often result from sports injuries, but they can also result from these incidents: Auto accidents Truck accidents Motorcycle accidents Pedestrian accidents...

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    Attorney Tom White Speaks About Workers' Comp Updates at Berkeley County Bar CLE

    On Friday, February 27th, 2015, attorney Tom White gave a presentation on recent developments in Workers' Compensation in South Carolina at the Berkeley County Bar Association's annual CLE, "A Little Bit of This and A...

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    How Distracted Driving can cause an Auto Accident

    Distracted drivers cause auto accidents every day in the US. Sources of distraction can lead to accidents because they require the following functions: Manual – taking your hands away from driving Visual – taking your...

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    February Employee of the Month: Zelda Rouse

    Please join us in congratulating our very first Employee of the Month, Zelda Rouse!  In an effort to express our appreciation for our wonderful staff and highlight their commitment to great service, Steinberg Law Firm...

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    Steinberg Law Firm Spinning for Pattison's Academy in March

    We are excited to be participating in the 8th Annual Pedal 4 Pattison’s Spinning Marathon this year! This annual spinning fundraiser is an incredible event benefitting Pattison’s D.R.E.A.M. Academy, the Lowcountry’s only theraputic summer camp...

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    Steinberg Law Firm Nominated for Charleston City Paper's "Best of Charleston"

    Charleston City Paper's annual "Best of Charleston" nominations were announced this week, and Steinberg Law Firm has been nominated for "Best Law Firm / Lawyer" in Charleston! We are very excited to be nominated again...

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    Steinberg Law Firm Secures Workers' Comp Benefits for Client Who Tripped at Work

    Last week, the South Carolina Supreme Court decided that workers who trip and fall at work are entitled to compensation for their injuries, even if the cause of the accident is unknown.  Judy Barnes, an administrative...

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    Uber Ordered to Cease and Desist Service in South Carolina

    The popular ride-sharing service Uber has been issued a directive by the Public Service Commission to stop operating in South Carolina until it gets the proper certification by the state, according to local news reports. ...

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    Attorney Kelly Alfreds Raising Funds for 5th Annual Dancing With The ARK's Stars in Summerville

    We're proud to announce that attorney Kelly Alfreds will be competing in this year's Dancing With The ARK's Stars on March 14th at Pinewood Preparatory School! Steinberg Law Firm has been a supporter of the...

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    South Carolina Highway Patrol Working to Achieve Target Zero in 2015

    Unfortunately, highway fatalities were up last year in South Carolina, with 807 traffic deaths. South Carolina Highway Patrol is hoping to decrease that number to zero in 2015, with the state's brand new Target Zero...

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    Common Causes of Trucking Accidents

    Getting in an accident with a semi-truck can easily result in catastrophic physical injury or fatal injuries. Sometimes, the cause of a truck accident may be related to the negligence of the truck driver, trucking...

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    Helpful Tips for Holiday Travel

    Everyone knows holiday travel can be incredibly stressful, especially when there are long delays and unexpected obstacles. Whether you are traveling by plane or car, you can expect more delays, cancellations, road closings, accidents, and missed connections during the...

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    What Type of Compensation is awarded in Accident Cases?

    In a successful accident claim, damages may be awarded for a number of losses and other consequences of your injuries. If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, then you may...

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    Steinberg Law Firm Offers Free Wills for Summerville Police Officers

    Attorneys Steven Goldberg and Kelly Alfreds recently volunteered to draft wills and answer questions for all Summerville police officers, free of charge. Several members of the Summerville Police Department took advantage of the opportunity and met with our...

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    Top 10 Questions to ask your Personal Injury Lawyer

    During your consultation with one of our experienced personal injury lawyers, we encourage you to ask any questions you have and alert us of any of your concerns. We want to make sure our law...

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    Holiday Health and Safety Tips

    The holiday season provides a wonderful opportunity to spend with friends and family, celebrate the season, and start planning for the new year. It's also a great time to reconsider your health and safety habits....

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    Common Auto Accident Injuries

    Are you wondering if your auto accident injuries make you eligible to pursue compensation in an accident claim? To know for sure, you must contact our experienced Charleston accident lawyers. We provide free case evaluations...

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    Emma’s Law: Ignition Interlock Devices for Convicted DUI Offenders

    Effective October 1st, 2014, anyone convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol with a BAC over 0.15% will be required to use an ignition interlock device on his or her car for a minimum...

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    Attorney Michael Jordan Elected President of Berkeley County Bar

    Attorney Michael Jordan was recently elected the new President of the Berkeley County Bar Association. Having served as Vice President of the BCBA for many years, Jordan is excited about leading the organization in the...

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    13 Tips for a Safe and Happy Halloween!

    Halloween is just around the corner. Children and adults will be dressing up in costumes, trick-or-treating, attending parties, and probably driving around late at night. While the holiday calls for celebration and fun, it’s also...

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    More than 20 Million Vehicles Equipped with Faulty Air Bags

    More than 12 million vehicles have been recalled around the world due to a dangerous defect in air bags, and the problem could affect 20 to 25 million cars in the United States alone. The...

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    Drunk Driver Hits Cyclist

    At 11:30pm on December 30th, a drunk driver hit a bicyclist on Attaway Street at Sumner Avenue. The cyclist told police that she was traveling westbound on Attaway when she was hit. She was then...

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    New Law Requires Employers to File Fatal Workplace Accident Reports Within 8 Hours

    According to a report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 4,405 workers were killed on the job in the United States last year. Last Thursday, the government issued a new law that will require employers...

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    Steinberg Attorneys Selected for The Best Lawyers in America, 2015 Edition

    Steinberg Law Firm attorneys David T. Pearlman and Malcolm M. Crosland have once again been selected by their peers to be included in the 2015 edition of The Best Lawyers in America for Workers’ Compensation...

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    Steinberg Law Firm Implements 24-Hour Phone Service for After-Hours Consultations

    The Steinberg Law Firm is excited to announce that our phones are now answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year! We know accidents don’t always happen during business hours,...

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    Steinberg Law Firm Implements 24-Hour Phone Service for After-Hours Consultations

    The Steinberg Law Firm is excited to announce that our phones are now answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year! We know accidents don’t always happen during business hours,...

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    Labor Day Safety Tips

    Though the weather in Charleston doesn’t say so, the summer is coming to an end. This coming Monday is Labor Day, and many families will be gathering together over the long weekend to bid farewell to...

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    Keep Your Head Straight When Playing Fall Sports

    School has begun again for most Lowcountry kids, and that means youth sports are back in full swing. For all the benefits sports provide – exercise, camaraderie, life lessons – it’s also important to remember...

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    Nissan’s total number of recalled vehicles due to defective airbags now amount to more than 660,000

    Nishiku, Yokohama, Japan-based automaker Nissan Motor Corp.’s Nissan North America Inc. is issuing a recall for more than 226,000 additional vehicles in the global market due to issues of a defect in their vehicles’ airbags,...

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    Attorney Steven Goldberg Joins Governing Board of Coastal Community Foundation

    Attorney Steven Goldberg was recently appointed to the governing board of the Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina! The Coastal Community Foundation was founded in 1974 and is dedicated to helping individuals, families, and organizations...

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    What is medical malpractice?

    Medical malpractice is the failure by a doctor, nurse, or surgeon to fulfill professional medical standards due to either willful or ignorant negligence. This negligence can then lead to severe injuries, illnesses, or even death....

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    Back-to-School Traffic Safety Tips to Protect Your Kids

    Back-to-school season is a busy time for everyone. As the end of the summer draws near, families are already planning for the upcoming school year; buying supplies, figuring out schedules, meeting teachers, signing up for...

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    Liar, Liar…Tips For Detecting Deception

    In our last blog post, we advised readers to not believe everything they see on TV. It’s great advice in general: don’t believe everything you hear. The topic also got us wondering how you can tell...

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    Coal Truck Causes Crash, Injures Two

    According to the Charleston Gazette, a coal truck crossed the center line on West Virginia 61 by Beards Fork a little before noon. 19-year-olds Justin Davis and Adam Sizemore were driving their Chevrolet Trailblazer on...

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    GM recalls 60,000 Saturns due to troublesome gear shifts

    Automaker General Motors Co. issued recall for 60,000 Saturn Aura midsize cars due to reports that their automatic transmission shift levers are prone to showing the wrong gear, an error the car company has been aware of for...

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    Steinberg Law Firm to Collect School Supplies for SC YLD Backpack Drive

    Steinberg Law Firm is excited to announce our participation in South Carolina Young Lawyers Division’s 2014 Backpack Drive! The South Carolina Young Lawyers Division is coordinating efforts with the First Day Festival to collect school...

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    Buyer Beware: Dont Believe Everything You See on TV

    We love Dr. Oz as much as anybody. He does a great job simplifying complicated health news. He seems so warm and caring. It can be easy to believe that any product he endorses must be...

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    Ford Announces 6 Separate Recalls in July

    Detroit, Michigan-based automaker Ford Motor Co. announced six separate recalls earlier this month, affecting a total of 100,610 vehicles in North America. The vehicles were recalled because of potentially faulty right-hand halfshafts. This defect causes...

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    Motorcycle Safety Tips

    According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, deaths caused by motorcycle accidents have increased by 55% since 2000. In 2010 alone, motorcycle crashes killed over 4,500 people. Preventing serious injury and death from...

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    How and Why To Choose an Attorney

    When it’s time to choose an attorney, people are often unsure what to look for. Is it the attorney with the slick TV ads? The one with the most convenient office? The well-known name? There...

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    Steinberg Law Firm to Participate in 15th Annual Race for The ARK in Summerville

    The Steinberg Law Firm is excited to announce that several members of our staff will be participating in the 15th Annual Thrivent Financial Race for The ARK in Summerville on August 23rd! The 5K and 1-mile...

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    Attorney Dale Van Slambrook to Bike for Alzheimers Association in Ride to Remember

    Later this month, Attorney (and triathlete) Dale Van Slambrook will be biking with the Goose Creek International Triathlon Club in A Ride To Remember, benefitting the Alzheimer’s Association. The team will be biking across South...

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    4th of July Safety Tips for an Injury-Free Independence Day

    Ready for the weekend? Independence Day is just around the corner! If the weather holds up, everyone will be flocking to the beaches, pools, parks, and downtown areas to celebrate our nation’s freedom. Before you...

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    Consumer Alert: Choose Rideshare Services That Comply With South Carolina Law

    Increasingly popular ridesharing smartphone apps such as Lyft, Uber, and Sidecar provide consumers with accessible transportation opportunities via their mobile devices. However convenient these services may be, a local news outlet reports that, before utilizing these ridesharing resources,...

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    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 true that some employers frighten...

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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 over 2.6 million older small cars to...

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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 fine, though police officers have...

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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 and neck injuries while working...

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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. It passed the House with...

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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, a biopic of Allman’s life. According...

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    A few tips to stay safe on the road during Memorial Day weekend.

    Looking forward to Memorial Day? Warm weather, sunny skies, and a three-day weekend are in the near future for many as the holiday draws near. Unfortunately, traffic jams and auto accidents are also guaranteed to...

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    Settlement reached in Eutawville wrongful death lawsuit

    A settlement has been reached in the wrongful death lawsuit over a 2011 shooting involving Eutawville’s ex-police chief Richard Combs and 54-year-old Bernard Bailey. Bailey’s family filed over a year and a half ago against Combs and...

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    Steinberg Law Supports Goose Creek High Basketball Team

    Steinberg Law Firm is proud to support the Goose Creek High School basketball team. Players took home these personalized banners after the season concluded. 

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    Hispanic Community Leaders Welcome Steinberg Attorneys

    Leaders of Charleston’s Hispanic community invited attorneys David Pearlman and Kevin Holmes for a tour of numerous homes and businesses. Being welcomed into these lovely people’s lives was an honor for the attorneys, who have...

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    Co-defendent settles in wrongful death lawsuit

    On Monday, April 7, a co-defendant in a wrongful death lawsuit agreed to a settlement regarding a fatal March 2011 car accident. In 2011, Britney Ree Teague, 20, was killed in a two-vehicle collision on...

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    GM’s CEO under scrutiny by Congress

    At a Capitol Hill hearing initiated by a House of Representatives subcommittee on Tuesday, April 1, Mary Barra, the CEO for Detroit, Michigan-based automaker General Motors Co., faced scrutiny over the recent recall of over...

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    5 Tips For Employers on Workers’ Compensation Coverage

    Almost all employers are required to carry Workers’ Compensation insurance coverage. There are a number of workers’ compensation rules that may not be clear to employers. Listed are five tips to better manage a Workers’...

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    J. Kevin Holmes Elected to the Charleston County Bar Association

    Charleston County Bar Association welcomed J. Kevin Holmes to its Executive Committee. He will bring 35 years of legal experience to this position. In other news, Holmes rotated off The Lowcountry Food Bank board in December after six years of service....

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    Life Expectancy Social Security Benefits

    One of the most important investment decisions we all have to make involves life expectancy. The issue doesn’t depend on stocks or bonds, but Social Security benefits. If you or your spouse has the required...

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    Toyota settles for $1.2 billion over criminal investigation

    A four-year-long criminal investigation over the Toyota Motor Corp. is ending in a $1.2 billion settlement. Toyota is paying the United States over failure to disclose safety problems regarding unintended acceleration. Toyota issued recalls in...

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    Michael Jordans Charleston County EMS Lawsuit Featured on WCIV ABC News 4

    Steinberg Law Firm attorney Michael Jordan appeared on WCIV ABC News 4 to discuss an EMS lawsuit where he is representing 27 individual claimants who worked in Charleston County’s EMS Department. The plaintiffs are suing...

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    Stryker Hip Replacements Recall

    Stryker, a leading medical technology company, marketed its Rejuvenate system as the next generation and latest evolution in hip replacement products. The complex design was intended to offer greater stability and minimal bone stress, and...

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    Will Unemployed Turn to Disability?

    Benefits for the unemployed have disappeared with the start of the New Year. Without an emergency aid program, Congress has no means of assisting the 1.3 million Americans without jobs. There is a possibility that...

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    NHTSA to conduct investigation on GM’s recent recall

    On Wednesday, February 26 the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced that it would investigate General Motor’s recent decision to recall 1.6 million vehicles with defective ignition switches. The recalled cars have been linked to 13 deaths and...

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    Steinberg Supports Latino Community Group, Dame La Mano

    Steinberg Law Firm is proud to support the efforts of community leader Lydia Cotton and her group, Dame La Mano (Give Me Your Hand). Formed by caring, concerned volunteers, Dame La Mano helps connect Latino...

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    Social Security Benefits Increase for 2014, Is It Enough?

    In 2014, social security benefits rose just 1.5 percent, giving people on average an additional $19 a month. This year’s increase is among the smallest since automatic adjustments were adopted in 1975. Since then, annual...

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    Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center suspected of negligence

    On Monday, February 10 Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center released a statement saying that 18 patients may have accidentally been exposed to a rare brain disease.  According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke,...

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    Steinberg Law Firm CARTA Bus Hits the Streets

    The Steinberg Law Firm wrapped a CARTA bus with informative information about accidents. The bus hit the streets in early 2014, and can be seen along Rivers Avenue, Mabeline Road, Hanahan Road, College Road, Cosgrove...

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    Michael Jordan EMS Case Featured in Several Media Outlets

    A case involving a wage dispute with 27 individual claimants from Charleston County’s EMS Department recently filed by Steinberg Law Firm attorney, Michael Jordan, has been picked up by several news outlets. According to a Post and...

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    Troubled Toys of 2013

    A recent report by the U.S. Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) titled “Trouble in Toyland” lists some of 2013’s most dangerous toys. For the past 28 years, PIRG has researched toy safety and provides safety...

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    Operation Home Honors Steven Goldberg

    During a business meeting of Operation Home in December, the organization honored Steven Goldberg for his service over the past two years as President of its Board of Directors. Operation Home is a local charitable organization...

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    $50M awarded to family of fatal car accident victim

    On Thursday, January 16, a Charleston, South Carolina jury awarded $20 million in actual damages and $30 million in punitive damages to the family of Frank Bales. Bales was killed in a 2008 auto accident...

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    Texting While Driving Now Illegal in the City of Charleston

    Flickr: IntelFreePress Texting behind the wheel is now illegal in the city of Charleston. The ban was passed in October 2013, and allowed for a 30-day education period informing drivers about what’s expected once actively...

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    Steinberg Law Firm attorney Michael Jordan to represent 27 plaintiffs in overtime case

    Steinberg Law Firm‘s attorney Michael Jordan is representing 27 individual claimants who worked in Charleston County’s EMS Department who are suing the county for unpaid overtime wages. The complaint was filed on Thursday, January 23....

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    Should I Buy Additional Car Insurance?

    The State of South Carolina requires you to buy liability insurance. What you are buying is protection against lawsuits aimed at you if you caused a wreck and injuries to other. The more your net...

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    Brad Pitt’s NGO may sue manufacturer for product liability due to rotting wood

    The non-profit organization Make It Right Foundation, which is the brainchild of Hollywood actor Brad Pitt , is considering taking legal action against a South Carolina-based manufacturer of glass-infused wood used in construction in some...

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    Authorities locate car involved in deadly hit-and-run

    The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office reported that they located the vehicle suspected of causing the Sunday, December 8 hit-and-run incident. The fatal hit-and-run claimed the life of 22-year-old, Forrest Carlton. A black Dodge Charger, was found at...

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    Greenville initiates controversial pavement coating ban

    Greenville, South Carolina residents have banned the use of a common pavement coating used to provide a shiny, black finish to parking lots and driveways and protect asphalt from wear, due to the fact that...

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    Lombard man gets charged for hit-and-run that left one man injured

    A Lombard, South Carolina man was taken into custody by the Charleston Police Department on Friday, October 25 for a hit and run accident last month that left one pedestrian severely wounded. Twenty-four-year-old Austin Seaver...

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    South Carolina man charged with DUI

    Twenty-one-year-old St. Matthews, South Carolina resident Frank Clinton Hair was charged with felony driving under the influence on October 14 for the car accident that claimed the life of 24-year-old Robert Thompson and severely wounded...

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    Nearly 40,000 pounds of rotisserie chicken products recalled by California Costco

    The United States Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced on Saturday, October 12 that a South San Francisco, California Costco wholesale store will be recalling nearly 40,000 pounds of rotisserie chicken products...

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    Man leaves after rear-ending Orangeburg trooper

    Thirty-nine-year-old Columbia resident Bryan Carroll Biggart has been charged with committing a hit-and-run that involved personal injury, reckless driving, and other charges, and  has been incarcerated since Wednesday, September 25 at the Lexington County Detention...

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    South Carolina Workers Compensation Study by the Steinberg Law Firm

    Workers find themselves in dangerous situations every day, whether they are dealing with industrial machinery or seemingly harmless office equipment. They depend on their good health to do their job, which means they must take...

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    Charleston among South Carolina’s most dangerous counties when it comes to road accidents

    For the third time in three years, the counties of Charleston, Greenville, Richland, and Horry were included in the top five of AAA Carolina’s annual list of South Carolina’s most dangerous counties for vehicle collisions....

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    What is Under-Insurance (UIM) coverage?

    If you are involved in a wreck, you have the right to file a claim against the driver who caused the wreck for the harms and damages you sustained. The minimum amount of liability coverage...

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    Car hits golf cart, killing one person and injuring three others

    A Gray court native was arrested and incarcerated after reportedly hitting a golf cart with his vehicle, resulting in the death of one person and the injury of three others. The accident, which was a...

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    Family of drunk driving victim sues driver and bars where the driver drank

    The family of a man who was killed in a car accident filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a drunk driver and the restaurants and bars where the drunk driver ate and drank prior to...

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    ‘Operation Border to Border’ undertaken on U.S. Route 15 in six states

    “Operation Border to Border,” a road traffic safety enforcement initiative spanning approximately 791 miles of U.S. Route 15 from Waterboro, South Carolina to Corning, New York, was held last weekend, June 7 to 9, and...

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    Memorial Day boating accident kills one, injures others

    The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has released reports on a boating accident that resulted in the death of one and the major injury of another boater on Memorial Day in Charleston. According to DNR...

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    ‘Poisoned’ man runs over pedestrian

    Twenty-two-year-old Terrance Lamont Gadson was arrested by the Charleston Police Department last Wednesday, April 10 after allegedly leaving the scene of an accident resulting in personal injury. The accident happened last March 28 at Meeting...

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    Woman Killed After South Carolina Accident

    A woman was killed Monday evening in a South Carolina car crash. According to officials with the Anderson County Coroner's Office, 33 year-old Kimberly Gail Rumsey, was the only person involved in the single-vehicle accident. Her...

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    Man admits to South Carolina hit-and-run, gets five years

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    Myrtle Beach motorcycle crash claims retired deputy

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    Deputy arrested and charged with drunk driving

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    One of the 61 lawsuits filed against the NFL will change from personal injury to wrongful death following the suicide of former Atlanta Falcons safety Ray Easterling. Easterling, who played for the Flacons from 1972...

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    Missing mother found dead in car crash

    A missing 26 year-old mother was found dead on Monday in Union County after her family reported her missing Saturday night. According to investigators, the mother of three had been drinking when she drove off...

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    Hospital wrongly declares newborn baby dead

    Two parents from Argentina had the shock of a lifetime after learning that their newborn baby was wrongly declared dead. They were in the hospital morgue to see their daughter one last time when they...

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    Elderly Sunset man killed in motorcycle accident

    A 75 year-old Sunset man was killed Sunday afternoon when his Harley Davidson motorcycle overturned on Whitewater Falls Road near Walhalla. The man was traveling with two friends to Salem when the fatal accident occurred....

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    Marine pleads guilty to child assault and battery

    A 27 year-old Marine pleaded guilty on Monday to assault and battery and unlawful conduct toward a child in a Charleston County Circuit Court. In the summer of 2010, a woman found the man standing...

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    Amtrak train collides with truck

    Saturday evening an Amtrak train carrying nearly 200 passengers crashed into a pickup truck in Seneca. The woman driving the truck was able to escape before the train crashed into it and was not injured....

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    Husk restaurant sued for wrongful death

    Husk, the renowned Charleston eatery named the Best New Restaurant by Bon Appetit Magazine, is facing a wrongful death lawsuit after an assistant manager, who was drinking at the restaurant, caused a fatal car accident....

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    Red Sox pitcher discusses medical mistake

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    A pharmaceutical mix up in birth control pill packages has prompted Pfizer to recall nearly a million birth control pills. An out of order sequence of contraceptives and placebos could cause the contraceptives to become...

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    248,000 lunch boxes recalled

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    IKEA announced last week that it will be recalling its "Antilop" plastic high chairs due to belt restraint failure. The Swedish furniture company sold the high chairs in the United States from August 2006 to...

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    A southern California man was awarded $7.5 million last week in his slip and fall lawsuit against Starbucks Coffee Co. In 2008, the man was in a local Starbucks when he slipped on the wet...

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    A total ban on cellphone and portable electronics use while driving was proposed by the National Transportation Safety Board early last week. The ban comes amid the rising numbers of fatal car accidents caused by...

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    A 41 year-old woman was killed after an elevator malfunctioned, trapping her between the wall and the elevator car. The accident occurred in Manhattan early this morning as the woman was on her way to...

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    Pedestrian deaths rise in South Carolina

    Pedestrian deaths in South Carolina are up 24% from this time last year. So far 101 people have died in pedestrian-car related accidents compared to 81 at this time in 2010. The South Carolina Highway...

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    Teen dies in mo-ped accident

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    Siblings killed in drunk driving crash

    A brother and sister have died after a drunk driver struck their grandparents' vehicle late last week in Lexington. The boy, who was 7 years-old, died shortly after the accident. His 10 year-old sister, died...

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    Two motorcyclists involved in crash

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    FDA continues to investigate listeria outbreak

    The Food and Drug Administration has issued a report on its investigation into the listeria outbreak in Jensen Farm cantaloupes. This outbreak is considered the deadliest in United States history, claiming 25 lives and sickening...

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    Submerged car leads to reckless driving charge

    A 30 year-old man has been charged with reckless driving after leaving his car partially submerged in marsh near Folly Road and Battery Island Drive. A resident saw the vehicle slowly sinking into the marsh....

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    Scaffold falls on city bus

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    Man killed in pedestrian accident

    Witnesses say the 66 year-old man involved in a fatal pedestrian accident was wearing all dark clothing on Sunday night when he crossed the street near Highway 17 and Veneer Drive in North Myrtle Beach....

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    Family awarded $58.6mil in birth injury lawsuit

    The parents of a boy who suffered massive brain damage during delivery have been awarded $58.6 million by a Connecituct jury this week. This is a record for the largest medical malpractice verdict in the...

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    $29mil medical malpractice verdict upheld

    The parents of a boy that developed cerebral palsy after medical staff failed to diagnosis him with a brain infection shortly after birth have been awarded $29.1 million and will keep the money after a...

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    Drunk driver gets 10 years in prison

    A 39 year-old Massachusetts man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to felony drunk driving charges, failure to stop for a blue light and siren, and child bodily endangerment....

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    First wrongful death lawsuit following Indiana stage collapse

    The tragic stage collapse just moments before the country band Sugarland was scheduled to perform at the Indianapolis State Fair left 6 people dead and dozens injured. Now the first wrongful death lawsuit has been...

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    Ground beef recalled

    Over 60,000 pounds of ground beef has been recalled after the US Department of Agriculture’s routine testing found traces of  E. coli in the meat. The bacteria was found in an Ohio processing plant regulated...

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    3 construction workers dead in 3 days

    3 Utah construction workers died last Thursday and Saturday. All three construction workers were working on Utah highways. The first death occurred on Thursday when a 31 year-old driver drifted over the road’s shoulder and...

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    2 killed in boat crash were intoxicated

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    man arrested for selling drugs to undercover officer

    A 24-year-old man from Charleston was arrested on Saturday in Ocean City for allegedly attempting to sell Ecstacy to an undercover officer who was working for the Ocean City Police Department. At around 11:45 p.m.,...

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    Duncan man killed in accident with 18-wheeler

    A 65-year-old man from Duncan died on Tuesday when he was involved in an accident with an 18-wheeler on I-85. According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, the man was driving a four-door car northbound...

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    Underage woman causes fatal accident, faces DUI charge

    A 20-year-old Goose Creek woman is currently facing a DUI charge after she caused a wreck that resulted in the death of a 28-year-old man. The accident occurred at around 2 a.m. on Interstate 26....

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    2 wrongful death lawsuits filed against nursing home in Putnam

    Two wrongful death lawsuits were recently filed against Teays Valley Center, a nursing home in Putnam, after two of the home’s residents died. The first lawsuit was filed by the daughter of a woman who...

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    2 killed in train accident in Chesterfield County

    Two people were killed on Monday morning in Chesterfield County when the pickup truck they were riding in was hit by an Amtrak train. The accident occurred at around 7:45 a.m. on East Market Street....

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    man sentenced to prison for fatal DUI crash

    A man from Charleston was sentenced to up to ten years in prison on Monday for being involved in a drunk driving crash that resulted in the death of a motorcyclist. The accident occurred last...

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    Four Loko lawsuit filed by parents of dead teen

    The parents of a Virginia boy who died after drinking two cans of the potent beverage Four Loko recently filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the makers of the drink, Phusion Projects. The 15-year-old boy and...

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    Halloween costumes recalled for potential choking hazard

    A recall of 1,800 Halloween children’s costumes was recently issued by Fun World Inc. after it was found that toy stethoscopes that come with the costumes could be potential choking hazards for children. The costumes were...

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    official arrested for aggravated DUI

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    4-year-old boy bitten by dog

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    The Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation recently published a report which found that people who have spinal cord injuries are more likely to also get osteoporosis at some point in their lives. The cause...

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    Man Dies After Collision with Drunk Driver

    A 45-year-old man from Charleston died on Monday from injuries he received in late March that were caused by a collision with a drunk driver. The man was driving on Highway 526 on March 24th at...

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    Tennessee Preschool Found Guilty of Negligence in Childs Death

    A Tennessee court recently found a preschool guilty of negligence after the death of a 22-month-old in 2008. The boy died during the preschool’s lunch time when he choked on a peach. The lawsuit filed...

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    Cantaloupe Recalled for Salmonella Contamination

    The Florida based fruit producers, Del Monte Fresh, have recalled almost 5,000 cases of cantaloupe that were found to be contaminated with bacteria that could cause Salmonella. The fruit was shipped to several locations throughout...

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    Woman Files Lawsuit for Death of Husband

    A Charleston woman has filed six lawsuits against her husband’s former workplaces, claiming that the asbestos that was present at the companies caused him to get lung cancer and die. The man was sent to...

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    Car Hits Bicycle, Child Suffers Minor Injuries

    At 7:30 a.m. this morning, a young Las Vegas child was riding his bike to school, when he was accidentally hit by a car. Police say that the accident occured on the west side of town,...

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    Man Suing Hospital for $25,000 After Death of Wife

    A man has filed lawsuits against a Michigan hospital, health care group, and three doctors, after his forty-two-year-old wife died while giving birth to the couple’s triplets. The woman had complications with her placenta, which...

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    USDA Announces Ground Beef Recall

    A large quantity of ground beef has been recalled by the meat producing company, American Food Service, after the meat was suspected to have E. coli. The ground beef had been distributed to restaurants in...

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    Man Charged with Drunk Driving

    A man in Charleston was caught driving under the influence of alcohol after he was stopped by a police officer for having a faulty brake light. The man was driving a Chevy Trailblazer, and, although...

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    Should I call the Police if I am in a minor Automobile Wreck

    ABSOLUELY YES! You are in heavy traffic the driver of the car behind you is not paying attention and her car slams into yours. You are shaken but do not think you are injured. Her...

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    After fatal crash, man charged with DUI

    A driver who caused a crash that killed two Charleston University of Charleston students over the winter holidays has been charged with two felony counts of driving under the influence of alcohol. The two students...

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    South Carolina man injured after truck slams into building

    A man was injured in truck accident after a truck slammed into the building that he was working in. The accident occurred at the UP Dish Service when an unattended truck began to roll backward...

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    Snowfall causes six accidents Thursday morning

    Charleston police report six separate accidents this morning as a result of the morning’s fast snowfall. In one accident, a car ran off the road near Sissonville drive around 10 am, trapping amother and daughter...

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    Police identify victim in fiery crash

    Richland County police have identified the woman killed in a fiery crash Sunday night on Percival Road near I-77. The Richland County Coroner was able to identfiy the victim as a 20-year-old woman from Columbia....

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    Driver responsible for moped drivers death denied bond

    Bond was denied last Friday afternoon to the man that police have accused of being responsible for the drunk driving death of a 23-year-old man riding a moped early Friday morning. According to authorities, the...

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    Driver Arrested After Suspected DUI Accident

    A Charleston car accident resulted in a drunk driving charge for a Nicholas County man Sunday. According to officials with the Nicholas County Sheriff’s Department, 35 year-old Christopher Dean Moyer, of Webster Road in Summerville,...

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    20-year-old killed in single-vehicle accident

    According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, a South Charleston 20-year-old man was killed in a one-vehicle accident this weekend. The crash occurred around 3:30 AM on State Route 343 just east of Ohio 370...

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    Woman Facing Felony After Fatal South Carolina Car Accident

    A woman in Anderson County, South Carolina who was involved in a fatal car accident Friday has been charged with a a felony. According to Lance Corporal Scot Edgeworth of the South Carolina Highway Patrol,...

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    Two motorcyclists hit by car

    Two motorcyclists were rear-ended by a car earlier this week, resulting in them both being taken to a local hospital, according to police. The South Carolina Highway Patrol reports that the incident occurred at 11...

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    Car Accident Results in DUI Charge

    A car accident near Charleston resulted in a drunken driving charge for a Coos Bay man. According to officials with the Coos County Sheriff’s Department, 44 year-old Jimmy Bogue was driving a Ford Taurus on...

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    Pedestrian struck by truck

    The Charleston County Sheriff’s Department is reporting that a pedestrian was struck by a truck in the early hours of Friday morning. According to authorities, the accident occured near the intersection of Highway 17 and...

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    Motorcyclist injured in DUI hit-and-run

    A motorcyclist struck by a hit-and-run drunk driver remains in critical condition today. The accident happened at 9 PM on Thursday at the intersection of MacCorkle Avenue and Montrose Drive. The motorcyclist was headed east...

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    One injured in three-car accident

    According to Kanawha County Fire Coordinator C.W. Sigman, a three-vehicle accident seriously injured one person Thursday morning. The accident occurred at the intersection of Corridor G and Sand Plant Road near Alum Creek around 7:30...

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    One killed, one injured in scaffolding collapse

    According to authorities, the scaffolding supporting a work crew working on the windows at Laurens Place, a waterfront condomnium complex in downtown Charleston, collapsed around 4 PM Monday, killing one worker and injuring another. One...

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    S.C. law enforcement cracks down on drunken driving

    Law enforcement officials in South Carolina are tightening up on drunken driving in the weeks leading up to Labor Day weekend. Last weekend, these extra patrol units took many people to jail during the first...

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    Federal Taser Suit Against North Police Dismissed

    According to The Post and Courier, “A judge has dismissed a federal lawsuit against North Charleston police stemming from the 2006 death of a man who was repeatedly jolted with a Taser gun while high...

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    Father Arrested in Two-Year-Old Boys Disappearance

    A search of a Battery near downtown Charleston was called off. Police had originally been led to believe a missing boy fell over the wall into the water. Now, they think this information is false....

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    Fourth of July Weekend Expected to Bring More Traffic and Troopers

    Officials warn residents of the Carolinas to prepare themselves for a weekend filled with heavy traffic and increased state trooper presence. The Charlotte Observer reports that “AAA Carolinas estimates there will be a 12 percent...

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    Log truck collides with car injuring one person

    A log truck from South Carolina flipped over after colliding with a Dodge Caravan. The log truck was full of pine logs and after flipping over they blocked the intersection and the truck landed on...

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    Pedestrian struck and killed by bus

    A woman was struck and killed in a pedestrian accident after being struck by a tour bus in Orangeburg, S.C. The accident occured at 2:10 a.m. on U.S. Route 301. The 36-year-old woman was pronounced...

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    South Carolina car accident kills 7, injures one

    A three-vehicle crash on Interstate 95 left one infant dead and seven other people injured. A 33-year-old was charged with driving under the influence involving death. The infant that was killed after being thrown into...

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    Two people trapped under tractor trailer after accident

    Firefighters rescued two people yesterday after a car vs. truck accident in Fort Mills, South Carolina. The accident occurred on the southbound lanes of I-77 after a Ford Thunderbird ran into a semi-truck and was...

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    Jury awards $3 million in South Carolina malpractice lawsuit

     The husband of a woman that died of septic shock filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against the hospital and doctor that where the woman went for treatment. The woman went to the emergency room at...

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    Whirpool Corp recalls 1.7 million Maytag dishwashers

    The Whirpool Corp along with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission have recalled 1.7 million dishwashers from the Maytag unit due to a potential fire hazard from the heating elements. A failure in the heating...

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    Accident takes the life of a Summerville man

    A man from Summerville was killed last week in a car accident on Road 16, according to authorities. The accident occurred on May 24 around 7 p.m. when the man was driving his Ford Ranger...

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    Man charged in DUI accident

    A man from Lexington, South Carolina has been charged with drunk driving following a car accident that killed his wife. The accident occurred at 8:15 on May 14 when the couple was driving on Old Orangeburg Road...

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    South Woman Killed in Ohio Car Crash

    A woman from South Charleston was killed in a two-vehicle crash in Ohio Tuesday. According to a statement released by officials with the Springfield Regional Medical Center, 48 year-old Debra S. Wilson, of South Charleston,...

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    FL Man Killed in Motorcycle Accident

    A man from Florida was killed in a Charleston motorcycle accident on US-17 early Thursday evening. According to Horry County Chief Deputy Coroner Tamera Willard, 31 year-old James Marlow, of Ocala, FL, died of multiple trauma after...

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    Lexington Woman Killed in South Carolina Car Crash

     A woman was killed in a South Carolina car accident Saturday. According to officials with the South Carolina Highway Patrol, 57 year-old Marie Terens was driving a 1999 Mercury Cougar on Laurel Street in Lexington shortly after...

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    Belton Man injured in South Carolina Car Accident

    A man from Belton was airlifted to a hospital Tuesday after a South Carolina car accident. According to officials with the South Carolina Highway Patrol, 18 year-old Hunter Callahan was traveling south on Henry Thomas...

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    Scranton Woman Killed in Florence Co. Crash

    A woman from Scranton, South Carolina was killed in a two-vehicle collision in southern Florence County early Saturday afternoon. According to Lance Corporal Sonny Collins, of the South Carolina Highway Patrol, the accident occurred shortly...

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    3 Killed in Aiken Co. Crash

    Three people were killed in an early morning car crash in Aiken County, South Carolina Friday. According to officials with the South Carolina Highway Patrol, the fatal crash occurred just after midnight on Grey Mare...

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    One Killed in Sunday Crash, Driver Charged with DUI

    A man from Saluda, South Carolina was killed Sunday morning in a car accident on Highway 178. According to South Carolina Highway Patrol Lieutenant Corporal Bill Rhyne, the 23 year-old Jasper Wendell Robinson was a passenger in...

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    Fatal Crash on SC Route 410

    One person was killed in an early morning car crash in Horry County, Sunday. According to officials with the South Carolina Highway Patrol, the victime, a 23 year-old woman from Loris, was traveling west on...

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    Spartanburg Teen Dies in Crash

    A teenager from Spartanburg was killed in a two-vehicle collision in Cherokee County early Sunday morning. According to Cherokee County Coroner Dennis Fowler, 19 year-old Ashley Brooke Pappas, of 113 Cart Drive, was driving north...

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    NC Man Dies in Loris Car Accident

    A man from North Carolina was pronounced dead Sunday evening after being involved in a car crash outside of Loris, South Carolina. According to a report released by Horry County Coroner Robert Edge, 20 year-old...

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    Orangeburg Teen Killed in Car Crash

    A teenager in Orangeburg, South Carolina was killed and her sister critically injured after a car accident Wednesday morning. According to officials with the South Carolina Highway Patrol, Stacey Williams was pulling out of the...

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    12 Middle School Students Injured in Bus Crash

    A school bus crash Thursday left 12 middle school students injured. According to Lynn Lawson, a Union County schools spokeswoman, 26 students were on the bus that collided with a car shortly after 7:00 a.m....

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    South Carolina Man Killed in Tabor City Car Crash

    A South Carolina teen was killed in a single-car crash in Tabor City Monday night. According to officials with the North Carolina Highway Patrol, 19 year-old Kuamane Charles McCord, of 314 West 2nd Street, died...

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    Man Killed in Bluffton Car Crash

    A fiery early-morning car crash  left one man dead Friday in Bluffton, South Carolina. According to officials with the Sourth Carolina Highway Patrol, the crash occurred shortly before 8:00 a.m. in front of the University...

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    Loris Woman Killed in Single-Vehicle Crash

    Authorities have identified a woman killed in South Carolina car accident Tuesday. According to officials with the Horry County Coroner's Office, 44 year-old Angela Renee Harrelson, of Loris, was killed at the scene of an...

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    Man Injured in Car Accident Outside of

    A man in Aiken County, South Carolina is in the hospital after a car crash Wednesday morning. According to statements made by officials with the South Carolina Highway Patrol, the accident occurred along the 300...

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    3 Injured in South Carolina Car-Ambulance Crash

    Three people in South Carolina were inured Monday in a collision between a car and an ambulance. According to officials with the South Carolina Highway Patrol the accident occurred at the intersection of South Carolina...

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    2 Highway Workers Killed in South Carolina Car Crash

    Two roadside-workers were struck and killed by a semi-truck at the intersection of U.S. 460 and highway 1499 in Mouthcard Monday morning.  The two men were placing work signs along the roadway to warn motorists...

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    Toddler in serious condition pool injury expected to recover

    A Horry County toddler seriously injured in a pool accident is expected to make a recovery.  The boy was hospitalized after his father found him floating face-down in a pool early Monday morning.  Emergency responders...

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    South Carolina Woman Critically Injured in I-26 Car Accident

    A South Carolina woman is in critical condition following a serious car wreck on Interstate 26 Saturday evening. According to Corporal Bryan McDougald of the South Carolina Highway Patrol, the accident occurred shortly before 6:00...

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    Fort Mill Teen Killed in York County Accident

    A teen from Fort Mill, South Carolina was killed in an early morning car crash in York County Sunday. According to South Carolina Highway Patrol, the crash occurred shortly after 2:30 a.m. Sunday near the...

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    2 Killed, 7 Injured in 5-vehicle Pileup

    A five-vehicle collision in South Carolina has left two people dead and seven others injured. According to Orangeburg County Coroner Samuetta Marshall, two St. George-residents, 54 year-old Victor Feldor and his passenger, 5 year-old Isaiah...

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    1 Killed, 2 Injured in Myrtle Beach Car Crash

    Police are investigating the cause of a three-vehicle accident in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina that left one person dead and two others injured. According to officials with the Myrtle Beach Police Department, the crash occurred...

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    Soldier Killed in Autobahn Crash

    A soldier from Woodruff, South Carolina was killed in a car crash in Germany over the weekend. The mother of Specialist Dustin Simmons, Lynn Rangel, confirmed that her son was in a car that crashed...

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    1 Killed, 2 Injured in Crash with Sheriffs Deputy

    Investigators with the South Carolina Highway Patrol continue to examine the cause of a crash involving a sheriff's deputy, which left one man dead and two others injured. According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol's...

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    1 Killed, 1 Injured in South Carolina Car Crash

    A woman is dead following an early morning car crash in Georgetown County on Sunday. Dorolena Scott was killed Sunday morning after car in which she was a passenger, driven by 24 year-old Timothy Pitts,...

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    Pedestrian Struck, Killed by Sheriffs Deputys Squad Car

    A pedestrian was killed after he was struck by a sheriff's deputy's patrol car early Sunday morning. 74 year-old Anton Hornung Sr. of York was walking along the side of state Highway 901 shortly before...

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    Man Killed in South Carolina Car Crash

    A South Carolina man has died following a Saturday morning car crash in Anderson County. According to Anderson County Coroner Greg Shore, 84 year-old James Campbell was pulling out of a parking lot in a...

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    2 Motorcyclists Killed in Greenville Crash

    Two motorcycle riders have died from injuries sustained in a crash near Greenville, South Carolina. According to Greenville County Deputy Coroner Tom Selfridge, 35 year-old Timothy Pye of Boiling Springs, died at Greenville Memorial Hospital...

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    Former NBA Star Williams Cleared in SC Car Crash

    Former NBA-star Jayson Williams has been cleared of all charges related to a car accident last month in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The South Carolina Police Department is now looking for Williams' former teammate, 43...

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    1 Killed in South Carolina Car Accident on US-17

    One person is dead following a three-vehicle accident on North US-17 early Tuesday morning. North Myrtle Beach Police officers say the crash occurred shortly before 3:00 a.m. on US-17 between Sea Mountain Highway and Highway...

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    Sheriffs Deputy Dies, Pinned Between Car, Tree

    A sheriff's deputy in Oconee County, South Carolina has died after being between a patrol car and a tree. According to Oconee County Coroner Karl E. Addis, 26 year-old william Frederick Shuck III of Rabun...

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    Driver Charged in Wrong-Way Car Wreck

    The South Carolina Highway Patrol said a man believed to be suffering from dementia drove the wrong way down Interstate 85 causing an accident. 61 year-old Ernest Robinson was driving the wrong way on I-85....

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    Grandmother Hits, Kills 7-Year-Old

    A 7 year-old girl was killed Sunday evening when sheapparently ran in front of her grandmother’s car. According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, 52 year-oldMary Butler, was driving east on Verner Creek Court shortly...

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    Ft. Jackson Soldier Killed in Crash

    A soldier stationed at Fort Jackson in South Carolina waskilled early Sunday morning in a car accident. A spokesman for the South Carolina Highway Patrol says thesoldier, identified by Fort Jackson officials as Cpt. Tony...

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    Collision Involving Tractor-Trailer Kills Three, Injures Six

    A collision between a van and a tractor-trailer on a rural road in South Carolina has left three people dead and six injured. The accident, which occurred early Wednesday morning, occurred in Colleton County in...

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    Driver Killed in Pee Dee Crash

    Personal Injury Lawyers Representing Charleston & nearby areas of South Carolina A man is dead after his a vehicle struck his pick-up truckin Pee Dee. According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, the accident occurred...

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    4 Injured in Double DUI Crash

    Personal Injury Lawyers Representing Charleston & nearby areas of South Carolina Four people are injured and two drivers are facing DUI charges following a two-vehicle collision Friday. The accident occurred shortly before 3 a.m. Friday...

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    Amtrak Train Collision Kills 4

    Personal Injury Lawyers Representing Charleston & nearby areas of South Carolina A collision between an Amtrack train and a car in South Carolina resulted in the deaths of four people. The accident occurred last Monday, at...

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    4 Killed in Car-Train Crash

    Personal Injury Lawyers Representing Charleston & nearby areas of South Carolina Four people were killed when an Amtrak train struck their car in Hardeeville, South Carolina. Officials say the accident occurred near the South Carolina-Georgia...

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    Stunt motorcycle rider killed in crash

    Personal Injury Lawyers Representing Charleston & nearby areas of South Carolina 32 year-old Jim “The Real Deal” McNeil was killed over the weekend when his motorcycle experienced mechanical failure, causing him to miss his landing....

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    Man Killed in Kershaw County Car Crash

    Personal Injury Lawyers Representing Charleston & nearby areas of South Carolina A man was killed in an accident in Kershaw County on Mondayfollowing a police pursuit. According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, the accident...

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    Woman Claims Texting, Not Drinking Caused Crash

    Personal Injury Lawyers Representing Charleston & nearby areas of South Carolina A woman who claimed she was writing a text message when shestruck another vehicle head-on has been charged with drunken driving. 26 year-old Margaret...

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    Man Flees Scene After Fatal Crash

    Personal Injury Lawyers Representing Charleston & nearby areas of South Carolina Police are looking for a Hispanic male, who left the sceneof a two-car collision, which left a Norway man dead early Sunday morning. 41...

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