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How to Determine Fault in South Carolina Car Accidents

Suppose you were in a car accident in South Carolina. How do you prove fault for the collision? Who figures this out, and how do you begin seeking compensation for the injuries and losses you suffered because of it? Hiring a car accident lawyer is the first step to determine fault in South Carolina traffic…

How to Choose a South Carolina Nursing Home

As legal professionals, we know that choosing a South Carolina nursing home can be an overwhelming—and even scary—process for residents and families alike. But by preparing a list of the qualities you want and the questions you must ask, your loved one will soon be on the road to moving into a new home where…

Nursing Home Abuse Myths: What You Should and Should Not Believe

No one wants to believe their loved one can suffer from nursing home abuse. But the truth is that it does happen—to over 5,000,000 nursing home residents each year, in fact; that equates to 1 in 10 seniors over the age of 60. But what abuse myths surround these statistics? How can you tell if…

What to Do When You Spot a Drunk Driver in South Carolina During the Holidays

Drunk drivers cause approximately 40% of fatal accidents, with over 25,000 people injured in alcohol-related crashes every year. But during the holidays, those statistics get alarmingly worse. As accident lawyers, we’re acutely aware of the increase. Here is a look at holiday drunk driving statistics, how to spot drunk drivers during the holidays, and what…

Does Your Employer Investigate Elderly Abuse Allegations from the Elderly?

Maybe as a concerned adult, you reported to your employer you suspected there is elderly abuse within the medical facility. Or, perhaps as a medical professional, you’ve seen signs or symptoms of elderly abuse and reported it the way you should. Legally, you should. But what happened after that? Nurses, administrative staff, maintenance staff, doctors,…

What’s More Common in Columbia, South Carolina– Drunk Driving or Driving While Under the Influence of Drugs?

Believe it or not, drunk driving used to be a very common crime. However, with the drug epidemic being what it is, there are a lot of cases involving drugged driving today. South Carolina has the second-highest drunk driving rate in the country. Specifically, South Carolina has an average of more than 6 drunk driving…