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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 »

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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

Be Thankful and Be Prepared

As we approach Thanksgiving, we should all take some time to be thankful for the many blessings of life. For me, this is a time of reflection and gratitude but it can also be a reminder to be prepared for potential unexpected events in life. Continue reading

Remaining mindful of others

Members of the Harrison White, P.C. team help build a local Habitat for Humanity of Spartanburg home. Continue reading

Understanding fish and game laws in South Carolina

South Carolina is a sportsman’s paradise. With an abundance of fish, game and recreational opportunities, people who enjoy the outdoors can thrive in this state. While hunting and fishing are enjoyable and often relaxing pursuits, it is important to know and to follow all South Carolina fish and game laws and regulations in order to avoid potential criminal prosecution. Continue reading

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Can an injured worker recover in Tort and Workers’ Compensation?

n some circumstances, a worker who applies for workers’ compensation benefits under the Workers’ Compensation Act may also be able to pursue a separate case under what is known as a third-party case. If a worker is injured in the course of his employment by someone other than his employer, the worker may sue the negligent individual or entity in what is known as a third party case. Continue reading

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

Attorney Michael Q. Gault Joins Upstate’s Harrison White, P.C.

Gault newest member of firm’s civil litigation team Continue reading

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 »

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 »