The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is predicted that this year's hurrican season will be at or above normal. A normal hurricane season sees 12 named storms of which 6 become hurricanes and of which 3 become major hurricanes with… Read More
I received a call today from a former client. He had been involved in an automobile accident in which he was a passenger and he wanted to know if he should get a lawyer. I asked him if he was injured and he said he was transported to the hospital by… Read More
Posted on behalf of Harbin & Burnett on May 31, 2018 in Uncategorized
The last few weeks have seen more rainy days than clear ones in South Carolina. The amount of rain is reflected in our lakes that are at full pool or higher and our luscious green yards. Unfortunately, we have reached the point where the ground has become… Read More
Posted on behalf of Harbin & Burnett on May 24, 2018 in Auto Accidents
While driving back to Anderson from a hearing I had in Greenville, I passed under an information sign, the ones that warn of traffic congestion, Amber alerts, etc.
The sign read "Traffic Fatalities in SC this year: 372. Please drive safely" or something… Read More
I have an admitted SC worker's comp claim. I want to go to my family doctor for treatment.
We often receive this phone call. The Worker's Compensation Insurance Carrier has accepted the claim and is providing benefits under the worker's compensation… Read More
Be careful when trying to put Latin on a cake
A charleston SC student was graduating high school Summa Cum Laude. His mother was throwing him a graduation party and ordered a cake from Publix, a supermarket chain with a location near her. She ordered… Read More
Posted on behalf of Harbin & Burnett on May 21, 2018 in Auto Accidents
Automobile accidents happen suddenly, with little or no warning. After the collision, motorists and passengers are often stunned, shocked, and possibly injured. After a car accident there are many general actions to take such as calling 911 immediately… Read More
The past flu season was one of the worst in years in South Carolina. According to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental control, 271 people dies in SC due to the flu, compared to 94 deaths the previous year and 47 deaths the year before… Read More
Haevy rain in South Carolina has brought flash flooding to areas of the Upstate. The South Carolina Highway Patrol is reporting roads in Oconee, Pickens, and Greenville counties have flooded. Motorists are warned not to cross running water. Only sixinches… Read More
Heavy rain is expected to move into South Carolina for the next several days.
The forecast is calling for several days of showers and thunderstorms in South Carolina. Some project that the upstate will receive 5+ inches over this time. At this point,… Read More