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4 Spring Break Safety Tips
4 Spring Break Safety Tips

Spring break is that special time of year when students can put away their books and enjoy a refreshing vacation at their favorite destination locations. For some partygoers, this means traveling to Hawaii’s gorgeous beaches, exploring the Los Angeles cityscape, or enjoying ...

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    Construction workers face countless hazards every time they clock into work. In fact, there are over 700 construction-related deaths reported in the ...

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  • Staying Safe on the Road This Holiday Season

    With Christmas and New Years’ just around the corner, South Carolina residents can expect to see an influx of holiday travelers and tourists. ...

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  • 5 New Year's Eve Safety Tips for Party-Goers

    For many Americans, the best way to herald in the new year is with a lively party. Once darkness falls on December 31, people across the nation will ...

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  • Can I Receive Workers’ Compensation After a Car Accident?

    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 2,000 people are killed in work-related traffic collisions each year. This startling statistic ...

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  • Understanding South Carolina’s Medical Malpractice Damages Cap

    In South Carolina, a plaintiff has 3 years to file a medical malpractice claim. According to South Carolina Code of Laws section 15-3-545, this ...

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  • The Importance of the FMCSA’s Hours of Service Regulations

    The purpose of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is to reduce commercial motor vehicle accident by enforcing safety protocols ...

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  • Why Are Workers’ Compensation Claims Denied?

    In South Carolina, employers are legally required to carry workers’ compensation insurance so long as they have at least 4 regular full-time ...

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  • Understanding Non-Economic Damages

    If you’ve been injured by the actions of a negligent person, corporation, or government entity, you may be able to file a claim and pursue both ...

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  • Texting & Driving: The Surprising Generational Gap

    Throughout the day, 660,000 drivers across the United States are guilty of using their cell phones while driving. Each year, these same distracted ...

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