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  • Heartfelt Endorsement

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    Several years ago, Nathan Lausch came to the Gruenloh Law firm to attempt to collect over six-figures in unpaid wages. After three years of litigation, a broken settlement agreement, and two trial dates,  we were finally able to resolve Nathan’s case and get him the wages that he was owed. Following the resolution, Nathan sent us […]

  • Pre-Judgment Remedies

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    In most cases, the end goal of a civil lawsuit is for the party who has been legally wronged, the plaintiff, to recover money from the person who has wronged them, the defendant. Some civil suits can last as long as 3-5 years before the court enters a judgment against a defendant that allows a plaintiff […]

  • Delivery By Drone

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    Within the last year, delivery by drones has become a reality. Twelve kilometers off the coast of Germany lies the island of Juist. It is there that DHL, a German based delivery company, has decided to provide the first unmanned drone delivery service. With a population of just 1,500-1,700 people, DHL expects little resistance and […]

  • Investiture of Judge Martelle Morrison

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    The Investiture Ceremony for Judge Martelle T. Morrison was held on July 17th, 2015 in the City of North Charleston Council Chambers. Judge Morrison will serve as the Magistrate for the Ravenel/Adams Run Area Magistrate Court of Charleston County. Gruenloh Law Associate Brian Holmes, who formerly served alongside Judge Morrison at the Charleston County Probate Court, […]

  • 2015 Driver Suspension Eligibility Week

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    Is your driver’s license suspended? No worries! From March 16th to March 20th, South Carolina is holding DMV Driver Suspension Eligibility Week! The South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (SCDMV) is forgiving suspension periods for a certain number of suspended drivers during this year’s Driver Suspension Eligibility Week. Pursuant to S.C. Code § 56-1-296, certain […]

  • 2014 Charleston Leukemia Cup Regatta

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    The 18th Annual South Carolina Leukemia Cup Regatta was held over the weekend of September 27th-28th in Charleston Harbor. The weekend’s races capped off a several month effort to raise awareness and funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. This signature event combines the joy of sailing with the important task of raising money to cure […]

  • Emma’s Law

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    Starting October 1st, South Carolina will change how it penalizes Driving Under the Influence (D.U.I.) and Driving with Unlawful Alcohol Concentration (D.U.A.C.) convictions. On April 30, 2014, Governor Nikki Haley signed Senate Bill 137, affectionately known as “Emma’s Law.” The law, named after 6-year-old Emma Longstreet who was tragically killed in a car accident involving […]

  • Staying Insured

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    It is a well-known fact that in order to drive a car, the law requires you to have car insurance. Because this insurance is required, it is generally assumed that a person will continue to be insured as long as they continue making payments. This, however, isn’t always the case. Many people are unaware that […]

  • Hit and Run Drivers: How to Make Sure You’re Covered

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    Car accidents happen. A driver makes a mistake and hits another person’s vehicle, the police are called, medical care is administered if necessary, and insurance information is exchanged. While unfortunate and inconvenient, car accidents follow a predictable procedure most of the time, and, if your policy provides for it, your insurance company will cover the […]