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  • Workers’ Compensation: What If My Doctor Says I Can Do Easy Work?
    Workers’ Compensation: What If My Doctor Says I Can Do Easy Work?

    When injured workers start receiving workers’ compensation benefits , the goal is for it to be a temporary solution. Hopefully, the worker will take the time he or she needs to heal or recover, and ...

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  • Penalties for Marijuana Possession in South Carolina
    Penalties for Marijuana Possession in South Carolina

    Marijuana is not like other drugs. It comes from nature. It’s a plant that has been scientifically proven to treat a host of medical conditions and diseases. It’s not manufactured in a laboratory or ...

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  • Do I Have to Pay Child Support if I'm Unemployed in South Carolina?
    Do I Have to Pay Child Support if I'm Unemployed in South Carolina?

    In South Carolina, noncustodial parents have to pay child support until their children turn 18 and have finished high school, or until the end of the school year that their children have their 19th ...

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  • Falling Merchandise Claims in Columbia, SC
    Falling Merchandise Claims in Columbia, SC

    Grocery stores, such as Kroger and Food Lion and superstores like Walmart, sporting goods stores, and home improvement stores like Home Depot face lawsuits all the time from customers who are injured ...

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  • How Do I File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in South Carolina?
    How Do I File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in South Carolina?

    Due to the amount of time people spend at work, it’s understandable why a large percentage of personal injuries occur on-the-job. On top of that, many work environments are dangerous places to be! If ...

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  • South Carolina’s Hazing Law
    South Carolina’s Hazing Law

    People have been hazing for a long time; it’s often associated with college fraternities and sororities, athletic teams, and other high school and college teams and organizations. ...

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