You have the right to remain silent…and to receive just compensation.

The Fifth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America says that no person “shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself.”  This simply means that whenever a person is taken into police… Read Full Article »

Ring in a safe New Year

Although midnight between New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day is often celebrated by toasting with champagne, I urge you to please exercise caution and restraint on the roadways. There is often temptation to celebrate excessively by consuming too much alcohol. If… Read Full Article »

How do you know when it is time to get an attorney?

Everybody will probably need the help of an attorney at some point in his or her life.  There are many different types of attorneys, and they all exist to help their clients in times of need.  We have six main… Read Full Article »

Harrison White, P.C. Attorneys Volunteer for Habitat for Humanity of Spartanburg

Upstate attorneys put down legal briefs and pick up hammers for day of service  Spartanburg, S.C.—on Saturday, December 8, 2018, attorneys from the law firm of Harrison White, P.C. used construction skills instead of legal skills to serve the Spartanburg… Read Full Article »

When did people stop whistling?

Irving Berlin and Bing Crosby got it. So did composers Earle Hagen and Herbert Spencer. The carefree, unencumbered fun of whistling. From Crosby’s White Christmas to composers Hagen and Spencer’s The Fishin’ Hole, or the theme to The Andy Griffith… Read Full Article »

Workers’ compensation: what it is…and what it isn’t

Workers’ compensation is often misunderstood in terms of what it is designed to do as it relates to injured employees and their employers.  First and foremost, workers’ compensation is designed to provide timely medical treatment to workers injured within the… Read Full Article »

Why does it matter if your lawyer has courtroom experience?

Roughly 95 percent of lawsuits are settled before going to trial. So why does having a lawyer with courtroom experience matter? Here are my top three reasons One: Case Evaluation The question I’m asked most often by clients is how… Read Full Article »

What you need to know about a trucking case

There are two types of motor carriers in the United States: interstate and intrastate. Interstate carriers provide transportation services across state borders and they are required to register with the Secretary of Transportation. An intrastate carrier, however, has its operations… Read Full Article »

Traffic tickets: the good, the bad, and the ugly

So you get pulled over by law enforcement—the highway patrol, a municipality officer, or even a sheriff’s deputy—and the nice officer issues a traffic citation and summons for a traffic violation. Traffic violations include ones issued for speeding, following too… Read Full Article »

Stay Soulfull in 2018

2018 has been quite a ride, and it’s not over yet. To-date, this year has seen 273 mass shootings in the United States; a federal government shutdown; a variety of data, privacy and sex scandals; the eruption of the Kilauea… Read Full Article »