Blogs to Follow

Collins & Lacy has five blogs in the blogosphere, three of which provide a myriad of information and updates on workers' comp law, products liability and hospitality law in South Carolina. We also have two other blogs by two of our attorneys who hold some pretty prominent positions within the S.C. legal world.  Here's a quick rundown of the other Collins & Lacy blogs to follow.

The South Carolina Workers' Compensation Law Blog provides timely information and updates on legal issues related to the practice of worker's compensation law in the Palmetto State.  The blog is maintained by our workers' comp attorneys who have more than 125 years of combined experience, including a former Workers’ Compensation Commissioner, a Past President of the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Educational Association and attorneys who are continually honored as the Best Lawyers in America©

The Retail & Hospitality Law Blog is maintained by shareholder Christian Stegmaier.  It is a blog for retailers and hospitality-related entities doing business in South Carolina. Stay up-to-date with the latest trends in the law and marketplace that affect you and your business in the Palmetto State.

South Carolina Insurance Law Blog  provides the latest legal updates in the field of insurance coverage and is maintained by the Collins & Lacy Insurance Practice Group.  

Jack Griffeth: A Man with a Stamp on Life and Law is the blog maintained by Jack Griffeth of Collins & Lacy's Greenville office. The commentary is colorful and informative.  It provides current information on law in the Palmetto State from his perspective, as well as an abundance of information about the Greenville Bar Association, of which Jack is the 2011 President.  You can also find out about Jack's stamp, which he uses to brand his personal communications with friends, family and colleagues.   

So go ahead, visit and bookmark these blogs. We know that you will enjoy reading these informative and insightful pieces.  For further inquiries, contact Stefanie Caraviello.