Danni White

Common Workplace Accidents You Should Know

People that work at a corporate office might not have to worry about safety hazards in a way that a person that works in a factory has to. When an employee is injured on the job, their entire lives can be negatively affected inside and outside of work. But there is a risk, nonetheless. Sitting at a desk 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, can cause lifelong back problems, just like an upright tire rolling down a conveyor belt and striking an individual from behind would.

Probate Law – Contested Will

It is always going to be hard when you lose a loved one. Making final arrangements can be an emotional struggle and a lot during this vulnerable time. But, as many people may have found out through experience, laying your loved one to rest is just the beginning. When people die they often leave things behind. Trust funds, heirlooms, and estates are some of the most common items that are left behind by those who have passed on. The placement of these items is usually stated by a will that was made by the deceased, and verified by probate.

Wrongful Death FAQ’s

Wrongful death actions are action lawsuits that are filed on behalf of the deceased. This can be filed by relatives and next of kin. Since the law recognizes that relatives of the deceased have been deprived of seeing their loved one ever again, wrongful death actions allow them to recover from such trauma with the income of the deceased.

Family Law – Visitation Rights

Children are an amazing blessing, which makes fighting for custody and visitation rights such a hard and important process. It can also be a scary process. Fortunately, you can battle that fear by learning more about the process and how legal help can lighten the burden.

Workers’ Comp Laws and Filing Process

Workers’ compensation – often referred to as workers’ comp – is an insurance policy that provides coverage for employees who are injured or contract an illness on the job. It helps cover an employee’s medical costs, lost wages, and other related expenses while preventing legal action against the employer.

Auto Accidents in South Carolina

In 2015, a reported 65,643 collisions occurred on U.S. and South Carolina primary routes, 41,188 crashes on secondary roads, and 12,394 on county roads. SCDPS data from 2015 reveals that driver action, such as driving too fast, following too closely, etc. causes nearly 95% of the crashes in South Carolina. 

Car Accidents in Horry County

Horry County is the easternmost county in South Carolina, USA. As of 2019, the county has a population of over 350,000 people. Statistically, the state reports the sixth-highest car accidents in the whole country.