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Case Summary: Abdelgheny v. Moody

In South Carolina, the doctrine of comparative negligence bars a plaintiff from recovering for his or her injuries if the plaintiff’s own negligence amounts to more than 50% of the total fault. Recently, in an opinion dated October 28, 2020,… Read Full Article »

Deer season is right around the corner in South Carolina

As we approach the end of summer and look toward fall, many hunters in South Carolina are excited about the upcoming deer season. While hunting in some game zones is already well underway, the Upstate deer season kicks off soon…. Read Full Article »

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 »

Ben Harrison and John White Again Recognized by The Best Lawyers in America©

Founding Attorneys Selected by Peers for Ten Consecutive Years Spartanburg, S.C. — Harrison White, P.C. is pleased to announce that partners Ben C. Harrison and John B. White Jr. were again recognized in the 25th edition of The Best Lawyers… Read Full Article »

Harrison White, P.C. and Marc J. Bern and Partners, LLP File Suit

Suit Filed on behalf of Spartanburg and Greenville Counties Against Those Who Created and Contributed to the Opioid Epidemic  State in public health emergency due to opioid addiction, according to South Carolina Governor Spartanburg, S.C.—Harrison White, P.C. and Marc J…. 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 »