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January 26, 2017

Those who serve our country in uniform make incredible sacrifices. They spend long periods of time away from their loved ones and families and should not be punished for their contributions to protecting our rights. Fortunately, South Carolina has adopted a law known as the Military Parent Equal Protection Act that helps protect the rights of...

January 19, 2017

When someone visits and emergency room, they need immediate medical attention. Upon arriving in an emergency room, we expect the highest level of medical attention because matters are often life or death situations. However, just like any other area of medicine, it is possible for emergency personnel and doctors to commit medical malpractice....

January 11, 2017

An accident can happen to even the most cautious of drivers. While all accidents are stressful, it can be an especially nerve-wracking event if you are the driver that is deemed at fault. Despite a determination of fault, however, you may still have options that you could pursue to protect your rights.

What happens in South Carolina when I am a...

January 4, 2017

For many, 2017 will bring a fresh start to several aspects of their lives. New Year’s resolutions bring change to our personal lives, but change is also coming to South Carolina Workers’ compensation law. The South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission has revised the maximum weekly compensation rate for on the job injuries.

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January 2, 2017

Sometimes at the end of a relationship it seems as though you and your former spouse can’t agree on anything. Perhaps the only thing you and your spouse have in common is that you both want a divorce. However, in many other cases, through the help of experienced family law attorneys, divorcing parties can outline all the rights and responsibil...

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