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Summer vacation season is upon us. While this has been a difficult year for everyone due to COVID-19 restrictions, it’s expected that many people will hitting the roads for vacation as more states reopen. For that reason, the personal injury attorneys at Stewart Law Offices want to post some reminders…

Summer is here. Perhaps the most popular summer activity in the Carolinas is swimming. Jumping into the water is the perfect way to escape the sweltering summer temperatures. But before you dive into the pool or take a dip in the ocean, it’s important to remember that water play has…

Talcum powder is a product made from talc, a mineral comprised of magnesium, silicone, and oxygen. More commonly known as baby powder, it has been sold worldwide for decades. But while talcum powder has been popular for its drying properties and ability to prevent rashes, it has also been linked…

South Carolina is no stranger to bad weather. Thunderstorms and lightning strikes are common in the Palmetto State, and both Carolinas unfortunately fall prey to hurricanes, tropical storms, hail and tornadoes. It’s an uncontrollable recipe for road disaster. Bad weather makes for dangerous driving. According to the Federal Highway Administration,…

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) occurs when the nerve that travels from the palm side of the wrist is compressed, or pinched. This nerve — also known as the median nerve — travels through an area called the carpal tunnel. Carpal tunnel syndrome typically causes numbness, burning pain, and tingling in…

South Carolina’s first responders are on the frontlines battling the coronavirus (COVID-19) every day. Now, a state representative is pushing for legislation that would provide them with workers’ compensation benefits if they test positive for the illness. Workers’ compensation pays for medical care and provides partial-wage reimbursement for employees who…

For the first time in history, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has loosened its restrictions on how long truck drivers can remain behind the wheel without resting. The agency has temporarily lifted its hours-of-service regulations for truckers who carry emergency goods such as medical supplies, sanitizers, and food….

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