Kelly M. Alfreds grew up in Connecticut and began working in the legal field at age... more
Kelly M. Alfreds grew up in Connecticut and began working in the legal field at age 19. In 2006, she moved to the Lowcountry and got a job as a paralegal at the Steinberg Law Firm. She enrolled in law school in 2011 and graduated cum laude from the Charleston School of Law in 2014. Kelly’s article, When Courts Determine Legislative Intent: Harsh Criteria for lifetime benefits under the South ... view profile
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Lee Floyd is an associate practicing in insurance coverage and subrogation... more
Lee Floyd is an associate practicing in insurance coverage and subrogation litigation, products liability, commercial transportation and professional negligence.He also performs pro-bono work for the office of the South Carolina Attorney General, serving as a special prosecutor in criminal domestic violence prosecutions. Lee graduated from Wofford College, and he received his Juris Doctor from ... view profile
When you are injured by a poorly designed or poorly made product, or fall ill due to food poisoning or dangerous drugs, you may benefit from the services of a defective and dangerous products lawyer who understands how businesses and insurance companies manage product liability. Many drugs, including the arthritis drug Vioxx and diet aids containing Phenylpropanolamine, are considered dangerous products, as are some medical devices (heart defibrillators) and ordinary appliances (space heaters). Asbestos and tobacco are also considered inherently dangerous. A defective and dangerous products lawyer discovers how and why a product was defective, whether insurance policies will pay for your losses based on product liability laws, and what you can expect to recover in damages.