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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…

What Is The Statute Of Limitations On A Personal Injury Claim In South Carolina?

A statute of limitations is a law that sets a time limit for when you can seek legal assistance because of a wrong done to you. Many states have this law to avoid fraudulent claims that have no basis. It also serves in making investigations easier. Filing a personal injury claim within the statute of…

How Do I Get Compensation If I Was Injured In A Slip And Fall In The Parking Lot At Work

Usually, when you get into an accident when at work, you simply get worker’s compensation. However, if you slip and fall in the parking lot of your workplace you will have to file a personal injury suit. The incident doesn’t fall under worker’s comp since you were not officially working or in other words ‘on…

Can a South Carolina Car Accident Lawyer Represent Me in a Defective Tire Lawsuit?

It is an expectation that when you buy new tires from a certified seller, that they are of good quality. However, that is not always the case as you may end up getting into a car accident in South Carolina due to defective tires. If this happens, you may be uncertain about what to do…

What Should I Do If I Am Injured In A Hit And Run Car Accident In Lugoff, SC?

You may have had an accident in which a driver hits you and drives off as if nothing happened. It is shocking, and you may not understand why someone would do that. A hit and run accident is a crime since the law requires that anyone that causes an accident should stop. In the case…

How To Prove Premises Liability If Injured In The Company Parking Lot After Work

A premises liability case falls under personal injury where you will have to prove that the owner of the premise where the injury occurred is liable for any damages to your body. In the case where you were injured in the parking lot of your workplace after hours, you cannot file for workers’ compensation claim…