Workplace injuries are more common than you may think, occurring across all industries. Contrary to popular belief, on-the-job accidents are not only prevalent among those performing manual labor or spending their days exposed to the elements.
Your weekday commute is just another part of your routine, a seemingly mundane task that gets you where you need to go. Red lights and traffic slowdowns can be a pain, but for the most part, you probably give little attention to the drive you make each day.
As restrictions ease and gatherings resume, this summer will likely be a busy one. Many Berkeley County families are eager to make up for the fun they missed last summer, cramming their calendars with picnics and pool days.
Rideshare services are now commonplace, offering Americans a convenient alternative to hard-to-hail cabs or public transit. A few taps of a mobile device are all it takes to request a ride – but it’s important to remember that services like Uber and Lyft are not without their risks.
While both Workers’ Compensation and personal injury claims provide benefits for the injured, there are some major differences between the two. West Law Firm’s injury attorneys will first explain these distinguishing factors, then describe when injured workers may be eligible for both.
Summer camp is a great time for making memories – one that many children eagerly look forward to as the school year comes to a close. But it’s important for parents to do their research to ensure their campers stay safe.
One season can be difficult to distinguish from the next here in the Lowcountry, with surprise spring freezes and humid nights that linger into autumn. But there’s one season whose arrival can’t be ignored: hurricane season.