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South Carolina Personal Injury Statute of Limitations

South Carolina Personal Injury Statute of Limitations

Every potential lawsuit comes with a statute of limitations. It is the time you have between when an injury happens …

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Who Gets the Money in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

Who Gets the Money in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

A wrongful death is a painful and stressful experience. It can be even more stressful if the deceased’s relatives are …

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How Much Is a Wrongful Death Lawsuit Settlement Worth?

How Much Is a Wrongful Death Lawsuit Settlement Worth?

Losing a loved one is even more painful when you lose them due to an accident caused by someone else’s …

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What Do You Need to Prove a South Carolina Wrongful Death Case?

What Do You Need to Prove a South Carolina Wrongful Death Case?

Losing a loved one isn’t easy, especially if it was due to an accident from someone else’s reckless or negligent …

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Texting While Driving in SC? Think again.

Texting while driving is dangerous, and it is important to know the laws surrounding your state regarding this topic since texting while driving

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FAQs for Accidents with a Drunk Driver

If you are caught in a car accident where the other driver was under the influence of alcohol or drugs

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What No One Tells You About Medical Records in South Carolina

Personal injury attorneys in the state of South Carolina order medical records and medical bills in just about every automobile accident or injury case they have

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I’ve Been in a Car Accident in SC, What Should I Do?

Getting in a car accident is a terrible event. Plus, it is more difficult to receive the compensation you deserve than you think

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Drunk Driving Laws You Didn’t Know in South Carolina

In South Carolina when you’re injured in an accident as a result of a drunk driver, usually your first thought is that the person who drank

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