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Workers' Compensation for Professional Athletes

Professional athletes are employed in many of the same ways as other workers. Because of the intensity of using their bodies, they are just as prone to injuries and other complications due to the ...
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South Carolina Moves Closer to Statewide Distracted Driving Ban

Last week, the South Carolina House and Senate both took steps toward a distracted driving ban by passing two different bills. Because each bill is different, lawmakers must consider which bill, if ...
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George Sink Helps Support Crisis Ministries, New Charleston Homeless Shelter

South Carolina Attorney George Sink knows what it means to serve and sacrifice. As a former Marine Corps Captain, Mr. Sink served two tours in Vietnam. While he went on to open his own law firm ...
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Majority of People Diagnosed with PTSD Do Not Have Violent Tendencies

In the wake of last week's tragic shooting at the Fort Hood military base near Killeen, Texas, many have focused their attention on posttraumatic stress disorder or "PTSD" and its ...
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How Social Media Can Damage Your Personal Injury Claim

Numerous factors can greatly affect a personal injury case, including the severity of the situation, evidence, statements made by both parties, and more. There is, however, one factor that many people ...
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When Defective Products Threaten Your Child's Safety

The recent recall of some 3.7 million Graco car seats has brought up an important issue we would like to address: product safety and how it affects our children. If you are a parent, you probably ...
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Avoiding Repetitive Strain Injuries in the Workplace

If you are one of the millions of Americans who spends hours working in front of a computer, lifting heavy objects or performing the same tasks over and over, you may be at risk of repetitive strain ...
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Workers' Compensation FAQ: Claims Involving a Third Party

Being injured on the job can sometimes result in your ability to file for a worker's compensation claim. This is compensation for your injury for medical care and other expenses you may incur ...
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GM Announces Two More Recalls, Reaches 4.8 Million Recalls

On Friday evening – March 28 th – General Motors announced two additional recalls, bringing the automaker's total up to 4.8 million recalls in the first three months of 2014 – ...
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Greenville's Distracted Driving Ban is No April Fool's Joke

For Greenville, South Carolina, April Fool's Day isn't all fun and games. This is because April 1 st is the day that a significant distracted driving ordinance takes effect. Under the ...
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Social Security Administration Launches New Disability Process to Expedite Veterans Claims

On Tuesday, March 18, the Social Security Administration (SSA) announced the launch of a new expedited disability process for veterans. According to Carolyn W. Colvin, Acting Commissioner of the SSA, ...
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Emma's Law Clears Hurdle in House Subcommittee, Continues Push for Ignition Interlocks for DUI Offenders

On the morning of Thursday, March 20, a South Carolina House subcommittee approved a stripped down version of Emma's Law – a bill designed to reduce alcohol-related traffic crashes and ...
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Malaysia Airlines to Soon Compensate Passengers' Families

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing on March 8th shortly after taking off from Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia's Capital – for Beijing. Since its eerie disappearance off the radar, ...
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U.S. Government Reaches $1.2 Billion Settlement with Toyota Over Disclosure of Safety Problems

On Wednesday, March 19, the U.S. government announced a massive $1.2 billion settlement with Toyota for failing to disclose safety problems about its vehicles. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and ...
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Attorney George Sink and Legal Staff Make Good Friends and Great Memories at Charleston's Black Expo

"Wow! What excitement!" said local attorney and exhibitor, George Sink. "We have displayed at Charleston's Black Expo for many years and I've never seen anything like ...
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Does My Illness or Injury Qualify for SSDI Benefits?

If you are injured or ill and are unable to work, you may have a number of questions. Can you apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits? Will you qualify? What can you do if your ...
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Workers' Compensation FAQ: Employee and Independent Contractor Differences

How is an independent contractor different than an employee in Workers' Comp Cases? If you are injured on the job, it is important to know the relationship you have to your work environment. In ...
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Staying Safe on St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick's Day is fast approaching. While the holiday this year falls on a Monday – March, 17 th – communities across South Carolina and the country will be celebrating throughout ...
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Investigators Discover Cases of VA Failing to Pay Veterans' Health Costs

Federal investigators with the Government Accountability Office recently discovered dozens of cases where the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) failed to compensate eligible uninsured and disabled ...
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Local Marine to Become First South Carolina Veteran to Win Medal of Honor Since Vietnam

Retired Cpl. William Kyle Carpenter will soon become the first South Carolinian to receive the Medal of Honor since the Vietnam War. The Medal of Honor is the nation's highest military honor ...
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Don't Be Fooled by "Motorcycle Insurance"

You may see car insurance companies on TV advertising something they call "Motorcycle Insurance." In reality, they're selling policies which are often stripped of the very coverage that ...
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Proposed St. Andrews "Crash-Tax" Could Charge Drivers up to $1000 for an Auto Accident

A new "crash-tax" proposed by officials from the St. Andrews Public Service District is raising concern throughout South Carolina. According to the proposed tax, drivers who are not ...
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Important Advance Appropriations Amendment for VA Programs Need Support

Senators John Boozman (R-AR) and Mark Begich (D-AK) have proposed an amendment to the Comprehensive Veterans Health and Benefits and Military Pay Restoration Act of 2014. This legislation is strongly ...
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State Lawmakers Take Step Toward South Carolina Texting While Driving Ban

Distracted driving has become one of the leading causes of preventable auto collisions, injuries, and fatalities throughout the nation. Although any form of distracted driving can be dangerous and ...
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Determining the Worth of Your Claim

Attempting to determine the precise worth of an injury claim is dependent on the nature of the accident, the extent of damages, laws applicable to your unique situation, and many other factors. Is ...
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