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What Happens When Dining Out Means a Trip to the ER?

A recent study indicates that approximately 351,000 individuals die every year as a result of food poisoning. With nearly 616,000 restaurants within the U.S., the risk of food poisoning, although not significant, is still a reality, especially where restaurants are facing stiff competition and are under immense consumer pressure to become more efficient, and cater…

With Snow In the Forecast, Be Prepared to Shovel

Although South Carolina may have a slightly differently climate than other regions in the U.S., the fact remains that the state gets its fair share of snow and inclement weather.  If fact, you don’t have to look any further than this past February, when a significant ice storm, snow, and sleet, hit the Mid-Atlantic region.…

Grocery Store Slip and Falls: When is a South Carolina Store Liable?

For most families, going to a grocery store is a weekly task where the last thing any individual expects, is to slip and fall in a grocery aisle and suffer some sort of debilitating or long-term personal injury that could adversely affect his or her ability to stand, walk, or even sit for a long…

South Carolina’s Texting and Driving Ban: Seeking to Reduce Distracted Driving Fatalities

In June of 2014, South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley signed legislation imposing a statewide texting while driving ban, which was essentially a formal response to eliminating, in part, all of the various inconsistent and disparate local texting bans enacted by local municipal governments, and creates a uniform texting while driving ban throughout the state. The…

Poor Lighting in Public and Work Areas and Personal Injuries

In South Carolina, owners of property have a legal duty to visitors, guests, and even the public to maintain, keep, and otherwise insure that their property is kept in a safe manner.  More specifically, the concept of premises liability involves the responsibility of property owners to maintain safe conditions for people coming on or about…

Prescription Labels: Physicians Still Have a Duty to Warn of Medication Side Effects

The federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires that drug manufacturers place labels on all approved medications, which set forth the various risks, side effects, and other relevant drug and medication information. Consumers and patients, when they fill their medications at the drug stores and pharmacies, receive labeling and packing inserts which provides much of…