According to the Washington Post, the Department of Justice has asked for information on COVID-19 infection rates in four states: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Michigan. The Department of Justice is investigating whether orders in these states might have resulted in the deaths of nursing home residents. Critics of the Department of Justice investigation note that the order targets Democratic-led states, leading some ...
Does taking CBD before driving pose a risk for car accidents? People take CBD for many reasons, and many use it the way they’d use aspirin or other similar pain relievers. However, is it safe to take CBD and drive? While CBD is legal in South Carolina, it has not been approved to treat medical conditions with the exception of epilepsy. Marijuana contains CBD, but CBD does not contain high levels of THC, the chemical in ma...
According to The State, several days ago a tractor traveling on U.S. 378 was struck from behind by an 18-wheel truck. The rider of the tractor died, while the driver of the 18-wheeler survived. This kind of accident highlights several risks facing drivers on Columbia, South Carolina roads. Large trucks, when they collide with passenger vehicles and other vehicles, are more likely to cause damage to the smaller vehicle. When a ...
Our attorney, Bert Louthian, was recently featured in an article published by WIS News 10, addressing the real problem of COVID-19 infections in nursing homes. Bert Louthian is committed to fighting to keep nursing homes safe, especially during this time when nursing homes are the source of many COVID-19 deaths. Nursing homes have always struggled with the problem of controlling infections, but COVID-19 has exposed the cracks ...

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