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Decubitus Ulcers Bedsores | Preventable But Deadly

Bedsores or Decubitus Ulcers Are Always Preventable If Proper Care is Given  As a former Registerd Nurse (RN), attorney Robert J. Reeves used to treat patients in the Intensive Care Unit who were clinging to life from a Stage IV decubitus ulcer, or bedsore. This is a critical care situation where th [...]

August 3rd, 2014|Nursing Home Abuse, Wrongful Death|

Construction Accidents and Workers’ Compensation

Accidents at Construction Sites It's good to see construction again. For too long, the economy dragged the building business down and kept workers from their jobs. No new houses or office buildings were being built. Even government spending was greatly decreased. Our country's economy depends largel [...]

Semi-Truck Accidents Kill | Tractor Trailer Accident

Semi-Truck Accidents Seriously Injure and Kill Studies conducted by the National Highway and Safety Administration from 2010 reveal that 3,675 people were killed and 80,000 people injured in crashes involving large tractor trailer or semi-trucks. From this figure, approximately 17,000 were children. [...]

What is Workers’ Compensation in South Carolina?

According to S.C. SECTION 42‑5‑10, Workers’ Compensation states that it is up to the employer to secure payment of compensation to the extent of liability. Specifically, the statute states that “Every employer who accepts the compensation provisions of this Title shall secure the payment of compensa [...]

January 30th, 2014|Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation, Wrongful Death|

What is Considered to be a “Personal Injury.”

According to various sources, including statutes and case law, a personal injury is simply a legal term that is used for any injury to a person’s body or mind (including emotions.) Injury to property however is considered to be something entirely different and is a different type of “damage” that is [...]

January 23rd, 2014|Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death|