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Support for families when loved ones die at work

There are certain types of jobs that carry inherent risks for danger. Along with fishing jobs, electrical and factory work, and certain public service duties, such as police or fire fighting work, construction workers are typically listed among those most at risk for injuries on the job. If you've lived through the sudden shock and deep sorrow of losing a loved one in a construction accident, you understand how long lasting and far-reaching the devastation of such tragedies can be.  

Is it possible to fight assault and battery charges?

You were out with your friends, doing your thing, really minding your own business. Then, out of the blue, it seems, someone approaches your party, exchanges words and a fight starts. Before you know it, you find yourself in police cuffs and charged with assault and battery. What can you do?

Taking the necessary measures in the aftermath of a collision

There may be few events in life that are as stressful as being involved in a motor vehicle accident. Even a minor accident could throw a wrench into your plans for the day, and although you might not be responsible for the incident, you will likely still have to deal with the fallout.

Charged with a marijuana-related drug crime?

South Carolina is one state that still treats drug crimes quite seriously. This includes marijuana-related drug crimes. If you find yourself facing drug charges for marijuana possession, sale or trafficking, sit tight -- you may have a long legal battle ahead of you.

Errors drunk drivers often commit that can put you in harm's way

Like most other highways in the nation, South Carolina roads are often busy, chaotic places. Some motor vehicle journeys may later leave you wondering how you ever made it safely to your destination. No matter how cautious and alert you are behind the wheel, you have absolutely no way of knowing what another motorist might do at a given moment.

How to avoid injuries on construction worksites

Many construction workers in South Carolina are aware their line of work is filled with dangers and hazards not present in many other industries. There is a one in 200 chance of death for an individual who works in the field 45 years or longer, states Capterra.com. However, the risk of serious injury and death are not enough to deter some professionals. 

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