2018 Best Lawyers in America includes 10 Callison Tighe attorneys

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA – Ten Callison Tighe attorneys are included in the 2018 Best Lawyers in America, a record number of honorees for the firm. The attorneys were honored across more than a dozen practice areas. Six attorneys were recognized in multiple practice areas, and two lawyers were included in three practice areas each. Overall, […]

Posted on August 15th, 2017

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Callison Tighe’s Detwiler included in 2017 Legal Elite of the Midlands

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA – Legal Elite of the Midlands is honoring Callison Tighe partner Rick Detwiler in its 2017 edition. The yearly publication of Columbia Business Monthly lists Detwiler among the region’s Top 10 lawyers in Business Litigation. Detwiler is a trial lawyer who represents clients in a broad range of business issues, including partnership […]

Posted on August 1st, 2017

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Quick facts about the South Carolina workers compensation system

A quick run-down of things injured workers most need to know about the South Carolina workers compensation system: It doesn’t matter if you were at fault or negligent. If you were hurt on the job, you are generally entitled to benefits. Neither does it matter if the company did everything perfectly. In South Carolina, injured […]

Posted on January 11th, 2017

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What to do if you are injured on the job in South Carolina

Because South Carolina is a “no fault” workers compensation state, people injured on the job can be compensated for medical treatment, lost wages and more even if the employer didn’t do anything wrong. It’s important, though, to take steps to try to protect your rights if you’re injured. Here’s a list of key things to […]

Posted on January 11th, 2017

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Detwiler earns certification as South Carolina Circuit Court mediator

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA – Rick Detwiler, a member at Callison Tighe, has earned certification as a South Carolina Circuit Court mediator. In many South Carolina counties, including Richlands, mediation is required for Circuit and Family Court cases. Mediation is allowed in Probate Court as well, though it is not required. In order to become a […]

Posted on September 29th, 2015

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