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What You Should Know if You Are Hit by a Drunk Driver

Drunk driving is among the leading causes of traffic accidents in South Carolina. According to the South Carolina Traffic Collision Fact Book 2019 report, there were 27,599 total non-fatal collisions involving DUIs statewide. Being hit by a drunk driver can result in severe injuries, hospitalization, loss in productivity, or sometimes death.

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The Importance of Seeing a Doctor Following a Car Accident

There are more than 140,000 vehicular accidents every year on South Carolina’s roadways and more than 55,000 reported injuries. Not everyone seeks medical attention following a crash, but not doing so may negatively impact a personal injury claim if medical treatment is needed later.

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Steps to Take After Your Accident

If you get into any kind of motor vehicle accident, the steps you take following the crash are crucial to helping you move past the incident. South Carolina is among the top three states for motorcycle deaths. According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, 80 people have died in motorcycle accidents so far this year. That number reached 116 in 2020, 123 in 2019, and 141 in 2018.

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Recognizing the Signs of Nursing Home Abuse or Neglect

Cases of nursing home abuse by trusted care providers in the United States should not happen. Patients who live in nursing homes deserve the best level of treatment and you deserve to know your loved one is cared for in a compassionate manner.

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Car, Truck, & Motorcycle Accident Facts

Being involved in an accident on the road in South Carolina can be a scary, painful, and confusing experience. Whether you are involved in a car, truck, or motorcycle accident, it is important that you have an experienced accident attorney handling your case.

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Information to Obtain at an Accident Scene

After any motor vehicle accident, minor or major, it is normal to be disoriented and extremely shaken. The combination of fear, anger, and pain all make it difficult to think clearly. Being in such a compromising situation not only makes getting through the next few hours hard, but it also places you at risk of making crucial mistakes that could affect you in the future.

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How to Avoid Fatal Auto Accidents in South Carolina

Trailing only Mississippi and Alabama by a narrow margin, South Carolina sees 20.5 car crash deaths per 100,000 people, according to government crash data. A growing number of auto accidents occur due to distracted driving, a trend that continues to rise as new technology is introduced.

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Breaking Down South Carolina Workers’ Compensation System

Injured workers unfamiliar with South Carolina’s complex workers’ compensation laws may struggle to get benefits approved, not to mention get retaliated against. No income after injury means bills do not get paid, families do not eat, and further frustration ensues.

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Upcoming Tax Law Changes Will Affect Divorce and Alimony

New tax laws set for 2019 are expected to complicate the divorce process while making alimony payments slightly different than before. Due to the average time from filing to dissolution, experts suggest filing for divorce in South Carolina before October 1 so that current rules will still apply to your case.

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Why You Should Pursue a Personal Injury Claim for a Child

Each year millions of children throughout the United States are involved in personal injury accidents. These accidents include motor vehicle crashes, dog bites, school injuries, and premises liability accidents.

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