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Is there a penalty for violating an Executive Order?

So what is the penalty for violating an Executive Order? Section 16-7-10 of the South Carolina Code of Laws informs us that during a State of Emergency, it is unlawful to violate the Governor’s Order. Continue reading

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COVID-19 and our commitment to you

The management team of Harrison White, P.C. is closely monitoring the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as well as recommendations made by government and public health officials. Our primary concern is the safety and health of our staff, clients and community. Continue reading

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’Tis the season…for warm weather and motorcycles

Tis the season…warm weather and motorcycles. What could be better? The sounds, the sights, the smells. Obviously, I am talking about the sounds of loud pipes, freshly cleaned and polished motorcycles, and the smell of gas, oil and exhaust.  There’s… Read Full Article »

Six Tips for Surviving Valentine’s Weekend

The days surrounding Valentine’s Day may be difficult for anyone separated from his or her spouse or those who are actually in litigation in the Family Court.  It is common to feel nostalgic, sad, lonely or even depressed.  So, if you are feeling this… Read Full Article »

Have you been diagnosed with cancer after exposure to Roundup Weed Killer?

Multiple jury verdicts have been returned in California against Monsanto Company with regard to the weed killer Roundup Ready. Plaintiffs have claimed that the weed killer causes cancer. One jury concluded that Monsanto’s weed killer caused Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in one… Read Full Article »

Does your hospital owe you a duty to ensure that practicing doctors maintain adequate malpractice insurance coverage? Maybe not…

Recently, the South Carolina Court of Appeals decided an appeal involving the question of whether a hospital owes a duty to its patients to ensure that a doctor practicing at the hospital maintains malpractice insurance coverage.  In McCord v. Laurens… Read Full Article »

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Yes! It’s against the law to text and drive.

Most people realize that texting while driving is dangerous and can lead to car wrecks that would not happen if drivers kept their eyes on the road. Many drivers, however, do not realize that it is against the law to even check your messages while driving or that doing so can expose a violator to criminal fines and additional civil liability when involved in a wreck. Continue reading

It’s never too late.

At our firm’s recent Christmas breakfast the Spartanburg community came together to celebrate 2019, raise money for charity and acknowledge a wonderful group of young people, one of whom is struggling with a difficult illness and two others who are… Read Full Article »

Let earth receive her King

The story of A Christmas Carol teaches us all a valuable lesson…and unfortunately it’s a lesson that most of us have forgotten. As we celebrate the greatest gift of all let us be more like Jesus. Continue reading

So this is Christmas – and what have you done?

Well, if you are like me, you may have reduced your news intake to just skimming the headlines.  Or, perhaps you’ve taken to avoiding the news—fake or real—altogether. Between the violence and the politics (or are they one and the… Read Full Article »