Our Blog

What to Expect During a Workers’ Compensation Hearing in South Carolina

gavel-workers-compensation-hearing

When a worker is hurt or harmed on the job in South Carolina, they can report it to their employer and seek compensation for their injuries and losses. While some cases settle, others require a court hearing to resolve issues surrounding benefit eligibility and the total amount owed. A hearing can take up to several […]

Grimes Teich Anderson LLP In 2023 Edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms”

grimes-teich-anderson-us-news-best-law-firms-award-2023

Grimes Teich Anderson LLP is happy to announce that it has earned rankings in two practice areas in the 2023 Edition of U.S. News-Best Lawyers in America® “Best Law Firms” for Asheville. The firm is ranked Tier 1 Metropolitan for Workers’ Compensation Law – Claimants and Tier 2 Metropolitan for Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs. […]

What Does the Camp Lejeune Justice Act Mean for Veterans?

man-filling-glass-with-water-from-sink-faucet

News of a contaminated water supply on military base Camp Lejeune stunned the United States. Between 1953 and 1987, leaking underground tanks and waste disposal systems released toxic chemicals and carcinogens up to 280 times the standard safety level into the water supply at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina, sickening thousands of Marines, their families, and […]

How Survivors of Rockstar Cheer Sexual Abuse Can File a Claim?

rockstar-cheer-greenville-south-carolina-sexual-abuse

Sexual abuse is one of the most abhorrent crimes a person can commit. When the affected individuals are children, the offender should face the most severe punishment possible in the eyes of the law. That’s why South Carolina laws have two court systems to persecute sexual predators: criminal court and civil court. Here’s how each […]

What is the PACT Act and How Might Gulf War Era Veterans Qualify for Benefits?

gulf-war-desert-truck

The Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act is otherwise known as the PACT Act and was signed into law on August 10, 2022.[1] The PACT Act honors an Ohio veteran who died of lung cancer in 2020 which was attributed to toxic smoke exposure from burning trash pits during […]

Understanding South Carolina Child Passenger Safety Laws

mom-buckling-happy-child-in-car-seat

Children are some of the most precious cargo, making car safety and strict child safety laws a top priority. In South Carolina, the Department of Public Safety has strong child passenger safety (CPS) laws in place to ensure that infants and small children are safe and secure throughout their trip and protected against serious injuries in the […]

Recent Developments in Paragard IUD Lawsuits

woman-holding-stomach-in-pain-sitting-on-couch-paragard-iud

Paragard, a small T-shaped plastic intrauterine device (IUD) that uses copper instead of hormones, is a popular contraceptive device implanted into the uterus to prevent pregnancy. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of this device in 1984, and it has been claimed safe and effective by manufacturers Teva Pharmaceuticals and the CooperSurgical for […]

Special Monthly Compensation – What Veterans Should Know About Entitlement to Compensation Above Their 100% Disability Rating.

american-flags-veterans-special-monthly-disability-compensation

Veterans with serious disabilities should be aware that they might be entitled to higher rates of compensation above the schedular ratings that typically compensate for conditions or injuries up to 100 percent. The additional compensation is called Special Monthly Compensation (SMC) and is one of the more complicated areas of Veterans Law. Nevertheless, a basic […]

Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC) and Baby Formula: What You Need to Know

powder-cow's-milk-baby-formula-lawsuit

Parents nationwide are filing lawsuits against Enfamil and Similac manufacturers Mead Johnson and Abbott Laboratories, alleging that the baby formulas they produce cause necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) in newborn babies. NEC is a severe and potentially fatal gastrointestinal condition that primarily affects premature babies who rely on formula feeding to aid their body’s development and help […]

What Drivers Should Know About North and South Carolina’s Work Zone Laws 

road-work-ahead-orange-road-traffic-sign

Spring is officially in full swing; temperatures are starting to rise, flowers are beginning to bud, and people are rushing outside to enjoy the beautiful weather. However, there will also be a rise in construction projects along many highways and roadways in North and South Carolina. There is no better time to brush up on […]

Scroll to Top
Skip to content