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Parts of Myrtle Beach SC still under swim advisory

Swim advisory remains for parts of Myrtle Beach, SC DHEC has lifted the swim advisory for parts of the Grand Strand, but some areas remain under advisory.  If you are travelling to the beach this weekend, please make note of the affected areas. They… Read More

SC Primary runoffs -- What you need to know

The primaries are over in South Carolina, but there are several runoffs state-wide. The runoffs will be held on June 26.  If you voted in a primary, you can vote in any runoff for the same party.  For example, if you voted in the Republican primary, you… Read More

South Carolina Worker's Compensation: Can I get mileage to and from the doctor?

South Carolina Worker's Compensation: Can I get mileage to and from the doctor? This is a questions we get frequently. And the answer is usually "yes".  This is addressed in South Carolina Regualtion 67-1601: Expenses Incurred in Receiving Medical Treatment;… Read More

Can your child swim?

Can your child swim? Officially, summer is not quite here yet, but unofficially, summer is in full swing. South Carolina's beaches are packed and it is hard to find a pool without people in it this time of year. But a full day can quickly turn tragic.… Read More

Meet our attorneys: Jennifer S. Burnett

Meet our Attorneys: Jennifer Spragins Burnett Practice Areas: Professional Negligence, Nursing Home Abuse, Medical Malpractice Jennifer is a trial attorney who concentrates her practice in representing people who have been injured as a result of professional… Read More

South Carolina Primaries set for June 12, 2018

Both Democratic and Republican Primaries will be held June 12, 2018. Since South Carolina does not have registration by party, voters can choose to vote in either (not both) primary. Both primaries have a slate for candidates for Governor and other state… Read More

NOAA predicts normal or above normal hurricane season

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

Do I need a lawyer?

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

Rain rain go away

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

SC's deadly highways

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

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