Thomas W. Winslow

Attorney Winslow is a founding partner of Goldfinch Winslow, LLC in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. He has vast experience with medical malpractice and personal injury cases.

child-custody-common-questions

28

Mar2017
Working out a parenting agreement that covers child custody and visitation can be a confusing and difficult process, especially when there’s animosity between you and the other parent. The attorneys at Goldfinch Winslow understand this and want to help you every way possible. We'd like to explain some of the ... Read More
March 28, 2017Thomas W. Winslow
labor-slow-down-can-sink-economy

11

Mar2015
Since June 30th, 2014, over 13,000 International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) members employed by the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) have been at work without a signed labor contract. Using a dispute tactic called “work to rule”, the union workers follow the rule book (as they should) but to the extreme. This ... Read More
March 11, 2015Thomas W. Winslow
the-nicaragua-canal

27

Feb2015
Many have heard of the Panama Canal, but did you know that Nicaragua is planning to open a competing canal? Chinese investors have put forth a $50 billion budget into cutting a 172 mile waterway through Nicaragua to compete with the “American Panama Canal.” Meanwhile, the Suez Canal, which meanders through ... Read More
February 27, 2015Thomas W. Winslow
takata-airbag-recall

13

Nov2014
Airbags are installed in vehicles to help drivers and passengers survive collisions. Unfortunately, defective Takata airbags are not working as intended – when deployed during an accident, metal components internal to the Takata airbag have flown out of the airbag and injured occupants. As a result of these dangerous airbags, ... Read More
November 13, 2014Thomas W. Winslow
misconception-cures-maximum-medical-improvement-defense

14

Jul2014
I. Introduction In 1975, the Supreme Court last spoke regarding the maximum medical improvement (MMI) defense in Maintenance and Cure with Vella v. Ford Motor Co.1 On April 4, 1968, Vella, a seaman aboard a Great Lakes vessel, slipped and fell on an oily floor plate striking his head on an electrical ... Read More
July 14, 2014Thomas W. Winslow
when-is-a-tow-a-salvage-or-a-salvage-a-tow

11

Jul2014
I. Introduction Of course, as a vessel owner issues never arise while your ship is on shore being repaired or in stowage. Problems occur on the water when you are just trying to get home after your run. You call for a tow and the tow company comes out and presents ... Read More
July 11, 2014Thomas W. Winslow
the-end-of-the-american-small-port

08

Jul2014
“As the pendulum lifts one, it leaves the other to fall”1 Introduction On December 10, 1912, a meeting of public port officials from throughout the United States convened in New York City to "exchange ideas relative to port organizations, to promote the exchange of information and the development of uniform methods of administration and ... Read More
July 8, 2014Thomas W. Winslow
carolina-gold–the-new-crop-to-bring-south-carolina-back-into-prominence

01

Jul2014
I. Introduction The economy of South Carolina was built in the minds of a few who had the foresight to implement a crop that may or may not grow in the marshy area of the low country. Emanating from Africa and Indonesia, Carolina Gold Rice, a long grain was the basis ... Read More
July 1, 2014Thomas W. Winslow

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Jan2014
A new child born, a new law firm formed, a new degree earned, a new home purchased, a new session in Columbia begun, a new chapter in life. This is how 2014 started for the founding Attorneys of Goldfinch Winslow — a newly created local law firm. Continuing the tradition of ... Read More
January 14, 2014Thomas W. Winslow