South Carolina Legal Malpractice Questions & Answers

Q: At work of they ask you to leave early due to labor can you legally say no in leaving.

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Discrimination, Employment Law and Legal Malpractice for South Carolina on
Answered on Apr 2, 2018
Jeremy R. Summerlin's answer
You can say no, but your employer would have every right to fire you for insubordination. SC is an at-will employment state, so unless the decision to send employees home is motivated by race, age, disability, sex, or other protected reason, the employer can send people home early.

Q: Looking for an attorney to fight a litigation on contingency basis in Greenville,SC Dist Ct & Need List ofAttorneys.

1 Answer | Asked in Legal Malpractice for South Carolina on
Answered on Nov 5, 2015
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer
Google "attorneys greenville sc". I see a bunch of them.

Q: Moving out of a rented house, my lease terminated the 10th of August, my roommate who is staying, starts the 1st.

1 Answer | Asked in Legal Malpractice for South Carolina on
Answered on Aug 4, 2015
Adam Studnicki's answer
This sounds like a landlord/tenant or real estate question, not a legal malpractice question.

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Q: is legal zoom legal in south carolina

1 Answer | Asked in Legal Malpractice for South Carolina on
Answered on Aug 3, 2015
Adam Studnicki's answer
Do they sell products there?

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