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What rights do pedestrians have on South Carolina roadways?

There are many restrictions on pedestrians in South Carolina with regard to our roadways. There are also many restrictions on motorists on South Carolina roadways. Motorists have a duty to operate vehicles with due care in South Carolina. With many… Read Full Article »

What can we learn from the life of the “King of the Wild Frontier?”

He was from Tennessee, not Texas. His formal education lasted only four days. He helped foil the assassination of President Andrew Jackson. And many believe he was one of the last men standing at the Battle of the Alamo. Born… Read Full Article »

Harrison White, P.C. attorneys again selected to 2019 South Carolina Super Lawyers List

Harrison White, P.C. is pleased to announce that three of the firm’s attorneys have been selected to the 2019 South Carolina Super Lawyers List, an honor earned by just five percent of the state’s attorneys. Continue reading

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 »

Put Me In, Coach! HWS&C Attorneys Stay on the Cutting Edge of Legal Issues

The lawyers at Harrison, White, Smith & Coggins, P.C., work hard to stay on the cutting edge of issues that regularly face trial lawyers. In July, attorneys Tom Killoren and John White attended the American Association for Justice’s annual convention… Read Full Article »