On today’s podcast episode: an effective and thorough investigation is the first line of defense in any premises liability case. Learn more from Collins & Lacy attorney, Amy Neuschafer in this episode of The Legal Bench.
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An effective and thorough investigation is the first line of defense in any premises liability case. Learn more from Collins & Lacy attorney, Amy Neuschafer as she talks with Michael Burney in this episode of The Legal Bench. Michael Burney: An effective and thorough investigation is the first line in defense of any premise liability case, says… Continue Reading
Retail, Hospitality, and Professional Liability Attorney joined firm in 2016 Attorney Kelsey Brudvig has been elected as a shareholder of the Collins & Lacy law firm. As a member of the Retail & Hospitality Practice Group, the team is experienced in all facets of litigation relating to this practice area, including: premises liability, third person… Continue Reading
On this episode of The Legal Bench: As the United States inaugurates its 46th president, we talk with one of the founders of Collins & Lacy law firm who teaches a course on the constitution. How did the Constitutional Convention of 1787 lead to the presidency? Learn more in today’s episode.
The Court of Appeals issued an interesting ruling relating to the compensability of death due to alcoholism and a claimant’s right to allege bad faith. Specifically, the Court held Claimant’s ultimate death due to alcoholism was not causally related to his right rotator cuff injury—incurred roughly two years prior. In support of this, it appears the… Continue Reading
As the United States inaugurates its 46th president, we talk with one of the founders of Collins & Lacy law firm who teaches a course on the constitution. How did the Constitutional Convention of 1787 lead to the presidency? Learn more in today’s Legal Bench Podcast episode.
Attorney Robert Peele is a lawyer at Collins and Lacy where he focuses his practice on construction litigation, trucking defense, and professional liability claims. He represents individual’s businesses and their insurance carriers in all 46 counties of South Carolina. Today Rob discusses what to do if you get served a labor licensing and regulation complaint against your… Continue Reading
Kelsey Brudvig is a shareholder at Collins & Lacy law firm practicing in the areas of retail and hospitality law and professional liability. She defends national and regional leaders in the retail hospitality and entertainment sectors who are doing business in South Carolina. Today, she brings us the latest information on the state of eviction law in… Continue Reading
Ashley Kirkham is a shareholder at Collins and Lacy where she focuses her practice on Columbia worker’s compensation defense representing employers and their carriers against claims and disputes throughout South Carolina. Obviously, COVID-19 is new and has only been around for a little over a year at this point, but the law that we are… Continue Reading
From the Collins & Lacy Workers’ Compensation team: The South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission has confirmed the maximum compensation rate for injuries occurring in 2021 is $903.40, an increase of $36.74 from 2020’s rate. The rate is based on the average of South Carolina wages from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. The mileage reimbursement… Continue Reading