Comparative vs. Contributory Negligence in South Carolina
Since an important South Carolina case in 1991 known as Nelson v. Concrete Supply Company, the state has used modified …Read More
Car Accident Demand Letters: Their Importance and Timelines
It’s the goal of the insurance company to settle a car accident claim for as little as possible. A car …Read More
How Long Does a Wrongful Death Lawsuit Take?
If your loved one has died wrongfully at someone else’s hands, your family may need financial compensation to get some …Read More
What to Do After a Car Accident That Isn’t Your Fault
Trey Harrell Auto Accident and Personal Injury Attorneys wants you to know what to do after a car accident where …Read More
Bringing a Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against a Nursing Home
When you select a nursing home for your loved one, you expect them to take the best possible care of …Read More
What Is a Loss of Consortium Claim in South Carolina?
In many cases, it is not only the accident victim themselves who suffer some type of damage from the negligence …Read More
When Do Car Accidents Get Criminal Charges in South Carolina?
Motor vehicle violations in South Carolina can result in misdemeanor charges. Some may be punished with a fine, while others …Read More
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 …Read More