How do you put a price on the life of a beloved pet?

Daniel “Frank” Blanchard, III April 16, 2021

In modern society, it is no exaggeration to say that dogs, cats, and other domestic pets are considered members of the family. An owner’s relationship to his or her pet is often characterized by a strong emotional attachment. This phenomenon has undoubtedly contributed to the rise of nationwide animal-medicine practices and hospitals, the burgeoning industry …

Understanding the Long-Term Effects of a Brain Injury

Andrew D. Gowdown March 30, 2021

In our final installment for Brain Injury Awareness Month, we at Rosen Hagood look to the future – and what brain injury victims can expect down the road. Understanding the long-term effects of a brain injury is critical to demanding the compensation that victims deserve. We take the task seriously and put to work both …

Palmetto ABLE Accounts Help Brain Injury Victims Save and Invest More

Andrew D. Gowdown March 25, 2021

As part of Rosen Hagood’s ongoing focus on Brain Injury Awareness Month, we turn to practical tips to help brain injury victims keep their monthly disability benefits while saving and investing. A brain injury victim who receives a large settlement for his or her injuries may be at risk of losing support from programs like …

How an Expert Witness Can Help Your Personal Injury Case

Andrew D. Gowdown February 11, 2021

Most people think of witnesses as individuals who observe events and then testify about them in court. Another type of witness testifies about technical, scientific, or specialized subjects. These are known as expert witnesses. If you are the plaintiff in a Charleston personal injury lawsuit, an expert witness could provide valuable assistance. The key difference …

Who Will Decide Your Case: Judge or Jury?

Bijan Ghom January 27, 2021

The party bringing the lawsuit—the plaintiff—is described as the master of his complaint. The United States Supreme Court has even said that the plaintiff is “ordinarily allowed to select whatever forum [she] considers most advantageous.” Atl. Marine Const. Co., Inv. v. U.S. Dist. Court for W. Dist. Of Texas, 134 S. Ct. 568, 581 (2013). …

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