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The Importance of Having a Medical Exam After a Car Accident

A lot of us have been in minor car accidents before. We talk to the other driver, shake our heads a few times, and go about our business. We don’t call the police, we don’t seek medical treatment, and think we’re fine.  Days later, we realize we’re not okay at all. This is why it’s…

Different Ways a Car Accident Can Disrupt Your Life

We don’t get up every day worrying about getting into a car accident. If we did this, we’d lose our minds. However, we see car accidents on our way to and from work all the time. We may stare a little too long at the people on the side of the road before turning away,…

What Are the Most Common Types of Truck Accidents in South Carolina?

Tractor trailer accidents often result in serious injuries and fatalities. This is because trucks are so large compared to small passenger vehicles. In South Carolina, 100 people die every year due to truck accidents. Almost all fatalities were of the person in the car, not the truck. There is nothing to shield the car passengers…

What Is Negligence in a South Carolina Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Accidents happen every day. You could receive an injury or lose a loved one through an accident. If the accident occurs due to someone’s negligence you can seek compensation.  A personal injury lawyer can assist you to go after the party at fault. You could file a personal injury lawsuit in South Carolina for the…

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…