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  1. Stephen v. Avins Const. Co. (1996)

    In this Workers' Compensation case, William K. Stephen (Stephen), appeals the Circuit Court's affirmance of the Workers' Compensation Commission's order holding that average weekly wages of a subcontractor should be computed based on net, as opposed to gross, earnings. We affirm.


    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 2570
  2. Welch v. Epstein (2000)

    Amicus Curiae: O. Fayrell Furr, Jr., of Furr & Henshaw; and Glenn V. Ohanesian, of Ohanesian & Ohanesian, both of Myrtle Beach, on behalf of the South Carolina Trial Lawyers Association.


    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 3235
  3. Johnson v. Johnson (1988)

    This is a divorce action. Both parties appeal from the final decree of divorce. The issues on appeal concern (1) the equitable distribution of the marital estate; (2) the award of rehabilitative alimony to the wife; and (3) the award of attorney's fees to the wife. We affirm in part and reverse in part and remand.


    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina
  4. Bayle v. South Carolina Dept. of Transp. (2001)

    Joel Bayle, as Personal Representative for Patricia Bayle, initiated these actions for survival and wrongful death. Bayle appeals the grant of summary judgment to the South Carolina Department of Transportation (DOT). The court ruled Bayle's actions were barred by the statute of limitations. We affirm.


    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 3284
  5. Regions Bank v. Schmauch (2003)

    Regions Bank brought suit against Bobbie A. Schmauch (Appellant) to collect amounts owed on two loans allegedly guaranteed by Appellant. Appellant filed an answer, counterclaim, and third-party complaint. Regions Bank and Richard Furman (collectively referred to as Respondents) both moved for summary judgment. Appellant also moved for summary judgment. The trial judge granted Respondents' motions and denied Appellant's motion for summary judgment. Appellant's motion to alter or amend was also [...]

    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 3651
  6. State v. Adams (2003)

    Attorney General Henry Dargan McMaster, Chief Deputy Attorney General John W. McIntosh and Assistant Deputy Attorney General Charles H. Richardson, all of Columbia; and Solicitor Harold W. Gowdy, III, of Spartanburg, for Respondent.


    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 3640
  7. State v. Landis (2004)

    Attorney General Henry Dargan McMaster, Chief Deputy Attorney General John W. McIntosh, Assistant Deputy Attorney General Salley W. Elliott, and Assistant Attorney General Deborah R.J. Shupe, all of Columbia; and Solicitor Robert M. Ariail, of Greenville, for Respondent.


    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 3904
  8. Vinson v. Hartley (1996)

    Mark Vinson (Vinson) sued Patricia Hartley (Hartley) for damages for injuries he alleged he received in an automobile collision with Hartley. Hartley admitted negligence but contested whether the accident was the proximate cause of Vinson's injuries. The jury returned a verdict in favor of Hartley. The trial court denied Vinson's motions for reformation of the verdict, new trial nisi additur, and new trial absolute. Vinson appeals the denial of these motions. We affirm.[1]

    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 2572
  9. Muir v. CR Bard, Inc. (1999)

    Dale Muir brought this Workers' Compensation action alleging he contracted hepatitis C, aplastic anemia and myelodysplasia as a result of examining used foley catheters in his employment with C.R. Bard, Inc. (Bard). The Single Commissioner found Muir's illnesses compensable as occupational diseases. In addition, the Single Commissioner refused to allow Bard a credit for payments of short term and long term disability. The Full Commission and the Circuit Court affirmed. Bard appeals. We affirm.

    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 3012
  10. State v. Hamilton (2001)

    Attorney General Charles M. Condon, Chief Deputy Attorney General John W. McIntosh, Assistant Deputy Attorney General Robert E. Bogan, Senior Assistant Attorney General Charles H. Richardson; and Solicitor Warren B. Giese, all of Columbia, for Respondent.


    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 3317
  11. Small v. Pioneer MacHinery, Inc. (1997)

    Robert L. Widener, of McNair Law Firm; and Rebecca Laffitte, of Sowell, Todd, Laffitte, Beard & Watson, Columbia; and Margaret C. Kelsey, of Quarles & Brady, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for Appellants.


    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 2748
  12. State v. Morgan (2002)

    Attorney General Charles M. Condon, Chief Deputy Attorney General John W. McIntosh, Assistant Deputy Attorney General Charles H. Richardson and Senior Assistant Attorney General Norman Mark Rapoport, all of Columbia; and Solicitor Thomas E. Pope, of York, for respondent.


    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 3577
  13. Young v. SC DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS (1999)

    Grady Young initiated this negligence action against the South Carolina Department of Corrections. He appeals from the trial court's order granting summary judgment to the Department of Corrections and finding Young's claim was barred by the statute of limitations. We affirm.


    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 2938
  14. State v. Patterson (1999)

    Attorney General Charles M. Condon, Chief Deputy Attorney General John W. McIntosh, Assistant Deputy Attorney General Salley W. Elliott and Assistant Deputy Attorney General G. Robert DeLoach, III; and Solicitor Warren B. Giese, all of Columbia, for Respondent.


    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 3046
  15. Badeaux v. Davis (1999)

    Billy D. Davis (Father) appeals from a civil contempt order finding him in arrears for failing to pay child support to Brenda Badeaux (Mother) pursuant to a foreign child support order registered in South Carolina. The judge found arrears of $19,356.16, calculated to April 23, 1998, but terminated the ongoing support as of the day the youngest child reached eighteen, January 15, 1998. On that date, the arrears totaled $17,914.16. We affirm in part, reverse in part, and remand.[1]

    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 3047
  16. Ellis v. Davidson (2004)

    Mark W. Ellis, individually and on behalf of American Survey, Inc., appeals from the trial judge's grant of partial summary judgment to Respondents. We affirm in part, reverse in part, and remand.


    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 3748
  17. Ellie, Inc. v. Miccichi (2004)

    Ellie, Inc., and Ronald R. Miccichi and Ronco of Charleston, Inc., filed competing claims of breach of contract and sought a declaratory judgment on the status of the lease between the parties. The trial court denied all claims by Ellie and found Ellie had breached the lease. The court concluded the breach was accompanied by fraudulent acts and awarded actual and punitive damages,[1] Miccichi validly terminated the lease, and Stefani was personally liable under his Guaranty. We affirm.

    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 3741
  18. Liberty Mut. Ins. v. SC Second Injury Fund (2005)

    Timothy Paul Williams (Claimant) lost his right leg in a work-related accident. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company (Liberty) sought reimbursement for compensation benefit payments from the South Carolina Second Injury Fund (the Fund) based on Claimant's preexisting impairment. The circuit court ruled that Liberty was not entitled to reimbursement of the controverted payments. We affirm.


    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 3949
  19. Bowers v. Bowers (2002)

    Wife instituted this divorce action against Husband in October 1997. At the time of the final hearing, the issues before the court for disposition included: divorce, alimony, equitable distribution of marital assets, allocation of marital debts, disposition of pending allegations of contempt against Wife, and attorney's fees.


    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina Docket: 3449
  20. Rayfield v. SC Dept. of Corrections (1988)

    The Administrator of the estates of Billie Lewis Rayfield and Evelyn R. Rayfield brought these wrongful death actions against the South Carolina Department of Corrections and the South Carolina Department of Parole and Community Corrections. The individual defendants are various officers and servants of the two departments. For convenience, we shall call them the "Corrections Officers" and the "Parole Officers."


    Court: Court of Appeals of South Carolina

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