Medical Malpractice: Delayed Diagnosis

Medical Malpractice is generally defined as negligence by a health care provider in which the medical treatment provided falls below the accepted standard of practice and causes injury or death of a patient. Given simply, it’s a medical mistake or error by a health care provider. But did you know that a delay in diagnosis […]

National Safe Boating Week: Keeping it Fun in the Sun

As Memorial Day draws near and the temperatures continue to rise, there’s one thing you can be sure of in South Carolina—we’ll all be flocking to area beaches, rivers, and lakes in no time,hoping to erase the memories of our icy and frigid winter. For most of us, these trips give us an opportunity to relax, connect […]

J. Edward Bell Named as Best Lawyer 2013

GEORGETOWN, August 21, 2012- J. Edward (Ed) Bell III, founding partner of the Bell Legal Group of Georgetown, SC, has been selected by his peers for the third consecutive year for inclusion in the 2013 edition of “The Best Lawyers in America.” Mr. Bell, who has focused most of his 30-year law practice on representing […]

Attorney Ryan Heiskell Admitted to Practice Law in DC

GEORGETOWN, S.C. – Bell Legal Group is pleased to announce that partner J. Ryan Heiskell has been formally admitted to practice law before the District of Columbia Superior Court and the District of Columbia Court of Appeals. Mr. Heiskell was sworn in Friday, January 6, in a ceremony that took place in Washington, D.C., before […]

More lawsuits to be filed against Arpaio in Citadel Abuse Case

Related to alleged sexual abuse at Citadel summer camp BY GENE SAPAKOFF , GLENN SMITH Originally published 12:28 p.m., November 16, 2011 Updated 03:14 p.m., November 16, 2011 Two more alleged victims of convicted molester Michael Arpaio are expected to file lawsuits against the former Marine and The Citadel related to sexual abuse that reportedly occurred at […]

A Camp Lejeune Update

By David Bedworth “Kidney Cancer – First Dad Now Mom” was the title of the first posting I saw on the Discussion Board of the website “The Few, The Proud, The Forgotten”. The details of the posting made my heart sink into my boots. Once again, a new member had joined the discussion, looking for […]