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Blog Posts in October, 2014

Supreme Court Rules on Workers' Compensation Claim for S.C. Kickball Injury

It's common knowledge that if you are hurt when you are at your workplace or during the course of your employment, you are eligible for workers' compensation. But what about cases in which an ...
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Former Boyfriend Goes on Trial Over Killing of USC Professor

We often imagine murders to be crimes involving predators or serial killers who commit random killings, but the majority of homicides are committed by people who know their victims. Official crime ...
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Former State Trooper is Charged with Felony over Columbia Traffic Stop Shooting

We rely on police officers and troopers to enforce the law and remain within its constraints. But on occasions members of the agencies who bring charges find themselves on the receiving end of them. A ...
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South Carolina Was One of the Last States to Ban Texting and Driving

Distracted driving is one of the biggest menaces on the roads of the United States in the 21 st Century. While the number of deaths attributable to drunken driving has fallen consistently since the ...
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