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  • Steinberg Law Firm Announces Plans for New 11,700 Square Foot Office Building in Goose Creek, SC

    Charleston, SC (Law Firm Newswire) August 10, 2022 - Steinberg Law Firm, LLC recently announced plans to build a new, 11,700 square foot office building situated on well-traveled Goose Creek Boulevard (Highway 52) just down the road from their current office. The new building will house up to 10 attorneys and 25 staff members, as well as expanded meeting spaces. The firm is focused on assisting injury victims in and around the Goose Creek and Tri-county areas including cases involving car crashes, truck and motorcycle wrecks, fatalities, workers’ compensation, nursing home neglect, longshore injuries, and construction defects. The new building The post Steinberg Law Firm Announces Plans for New 11,700 Square Foot Office Building in Goose Creek, SC first appeared on Law Firm Newswire.

  • Grand Jury Finds No Probable Cause in Lime Squeezer Assault Case

    Houston, TX (Law Firm Newswire) August 04, 2022 – Ceja Law Firm PLLC today announced that a Houston Grand Jury refused to indict our client for aggravated assault with a lime squeezer. The defendant, a 48-year-old homemaker, was with her family at a roadside stand to buy corn in a cup. The complaining witness was also at the roadside stand with her family. The parties had been acquaintances for several years, during which time the alleged victim was antagonistic toward our client and the church community to which she belonged. According to witnesses, including our client’s husband, the couple purchased The post Grand Jury Finds No Probable Cause in Lime Squeezer Assault Case first appeared on Law Firm Newswire.

  • Popular Miami Beach Bar Sued for Wrongfully Beating Up and Detaining a Customer

    Miami, FL (Law Firm Newswire) August 02, 2022 – Attorney David W. Lipcon of the Miami Personal Injury Firm Lipcon & Lipcon, has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a customer of the popular drinking establishment, Sweet Liberty Drinks and Supply Company, located in Miami Beach, Florida, for amongst other things, assaulting and beating a customer who was, as the police would later determine, doing nothing wrong. The lawsuit states that a bouncer, unprovoked, grabbed and punched the customer in the face multiple times, then illegally detained the customer. He was not allowed to leave while other employees called the The post Popular Miami Beach Bar Sued for Wrongfully Beating Up and Detaining a Customer first appeared on Law Firm Newswire.

  • Dog Bite Claim Results in $120,000 Award

    Chicago, IL (Law Firm Newswire) July 29, 2022 – Two girls attacked by a dog on their walk to school recently received $120,000 in compensation for their injuries with the help of attorney Paul Greenberg. The award included $20,000 above the applicable insurance policy limits. Children suffer dog bites more often than older age groups, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Typically, children experience dog bites while participating in routine activities. Parents and caretakers must keep an eye on little children. However, accidents can still happen. About half of all children will be bitten by a dog at The post Dog Bite Claim Results in $120,000 Award first appeared on Law Firm Newswire.

  • Retaining Families While Recruiting Soldiers 

    Northville, MI (Law Firm Newswire) July 27, 2022 - Army Secretary C. Wormuth signed a directive that provides more improvements for soldiers to progress in their careers and have time to care for their families. This recent news seemed to fly under the radar but is most welcome to soldiers dealing with pregnancy and postpartum issues.     This latest initiative, referred to as the Army's Parenthood, Pregnancy, & Postpartum directive, features welcomed policy changes and program improvements. The improvements include:    Increasing family care plan flexibility.  Expanding postpartum training and operational deferments.  Creating stabilization while receiving fertility treatments.  Extending physical The post Retaining Families While Recruiting Soldiers  first appeared on Law Firm Newswire.