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Auto Accidents

Will the Other Driver Need to Hire an Attorney Too?

Hire an Attorney

It seems strange, but it’s extremely common to have a victim asked if the other driver will hire an attorney as well. The good news is that in most situations the at-fault driver already has a legal representation. Victims can take some peace in knowing that they will often only pay contingency fees in the…

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Principles to Keep All Through Your Driving Career

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Many of us will spend decades behind the wheel. Most adults start driving between the ages of 16 and 20. Then they usually don’t stop until they are well into their elderly years. However, whenever you do something for this amount of time, it’s easy to become complacent or to assure yourself that you’re a…

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Two People Killed in a Sumter County Accident

A rear-end accident involving a white car and gray pickup truck.

Two people died, and others ended up injured after they were involved in a two-car collision in Sumter County. The accident occurred shortly before 2 p.m. on Saturday on Narrow Paved Road, just north of Shiloh. According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, the two cars collided after which everyone involved in the crash had…

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Woman Dies in Fatal Crash in Cross


A woman of Goose Creek lost her life in a horrific accident in Cross. Forty-three-year-old Stacey Reynolds was dead at the scene of the accident on Old Highway 6 near Cherokee Path Lane, according to the report from Berkley County Coroner’s Office. The office informed that they learned about the accident on Friday afternoon around…

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Can I Use Proof of a DUI in my Car Accident Case?

Proof of DUI in my car accident case

Some of the most dangerous car accident involving drinking and driving. These days, when we talk about drunk driving, we have to take into account drugs. There are more and more accidents being caused by drug use every day. Victims in drunk-driving accidents suffer very serious injuries. Because the other driver is drunk, they may…

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Is it Illegal to Talk on Your Cell Phone While Driving in South Carolina?


The answer to the above question is no. South Carolina is yet to put in place laws that ban talking on the phone while driving. That is worrying because every day people are dying due to distracted driving. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) statistics show on average nine people die daily because…

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