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How to Stay Safe When Your Ride Arrives Earlier this year, Samantha Josephson, a University of South Carolina student, was allegedly kidnapped and murdered by a man posing as an Uber driver. What began as a fun night out with friends ended with a body dumped in a rural area. Authorities charged Nathaniel David Rowland […]

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The question of whether you need a personal injury lawyer after being involved in an accident or suffering an injury is one that is very fact specific, generally to be decided on a case-by-case basis.  However, there are some things to consider that may help you in determining if and when a personal injury lawyer […]

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One search on Google, and you’ll be quick to find articles regarding the rise in popularity of trampoline parks such as Sky Zone.  You’ll also probably notice the numerous articles about children being injured, sometimes even hospitalized, due to accidents at trampoline parks.  At Hughey Law Firm, we have represented many clients due to injuries […]

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If you are involved in an accident or incident in South Carolina in which alcohol is involved, multiple parties may be held liable and owe you just compensation for your injuries.  For instance, imagine a scenario in which a person is injured in a car crash with an at-fault drunk driver.  The obvious liable party […]

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South Carolina wrongful death attorney Nathan Hughey has a pending wrongful death claim against SC Mentor arising out of an autistic male eloping from the facility in his underwear and a shirt, which has also been featured in the news. http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20140731/PC16/140739862If anyone has any evidence or information related to SC Mentor, please contact Hughey Law […]

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By: The Associated Press January 23, 2014 COLUMBIA (AP) — People with concealed weapon permits are a signature away from being able to bring their gun into a restaurant or bar in South Carolina, if there’s no sign against it. The House’s 90-18 vote Thursday sends the bill to Gov. Nikki Haley, who’s certain to sign it. […]

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A jury in Charleston, South Carolina today awarded $50,000,000.00 in an automobile accident death case.  I believe this is the largest verdict in South Carolina history in a personal injury lawsuit. The case involved a wrongful death claim brought by a woman whose husband was killed five years ago by a driver who ran a red-light, […]

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from the New York Times Watchful Eye in Nursing Homes Jonathon Rosen A pretty nightie, a new lipstick, a fresh toothbrush: Doris Racher noticed that small things she had bought for her 96-year-old mother, Eryetha Mayberry, a dementia patient at a nursing home in Oklahoma City, had been disappearing. Ms. Racher assumed the culprit was […]

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from New York Daily News Ingram Publishing/Getty Images/Ingram Publishing ‘Most governments are woefully unprepared for the dementia epidemic,’ according to a new report. Many governments are woefully unprepared for an epidemic of dementia currently affecting 44 million people worldwide and set to more than treble to 135 million people by 2050, health experts and campaigners […]

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