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If you are injured on the job in the Carolinas, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation for your medical expenses, a portion of your lost wages, and disability benefits. Although the workers’ compensation laws in South Carolina and North Carolina are different, they do share one thing in common…

Stewart Law Offices is pleased to announce that attorney Stephen Suggs was selected by his peers for inclusion in the 27th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America© for his work in Workers’ Compensation Law – Claimants. Lawyers on The Best Lawyers in America© list are divided by geographic region and practice…

After a car accident, it’s important to take immediate action to protect your legal rights. But if you’re like many people, you don’t know exactly what that means. Even the smallest mistake could jeopardize your ability to collect compensation. At Stewart Law Offices, we don’t want you to lose out…

The start of a new school year is always filled with adjustments. That includes changes to traffic. School buses get back on the roads after summer break. New and inexperienced drivers become morning commuters. Kids climb on their bikes and ride to school. South Carolina drivers must keep all of…

Columbia, SC – Kids’ Chance of South Carolina is pleased to announce Stewart Law Offices as the presenting sponsor of the 23rd Annual Dennis Brewer Memorial Golf Tournament, to be held on September 18, 2020. Stewart founding partner, Brent Stewart states, “When a parent is suddenly unable to work after…

If you’ve been hurt in car accident, it’s guaranteed that you’ll be dealing with insurance companies — both your own, and the insurer for the at-fault driver(s). Insurance companies are the gateway to compensation after a crash. But no matter how sympathetic the claims adjuster sounds, proceed with caution. The…

A study recently published in the Journal of Transport & Health found that people who drive expensive vehicles are less likely to stop and yield to pedestrians, even when they are in crosswalks. Noticing the disturbing uptick in pedestrian accidents over the past decade, researchers decided to investigate what demographic…

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