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  • Is A Car Wreck Covered By Workers’ Compensation?

    We see an increase in cars and trucks on our roadways with each passing year. With more cars on the road, accidents increase as well. With more and more people commuting to work and spending time in their cars for… Read More
  • How Would Medical Marijuana Legality Affect S.C. Roadways?

    Some South Carolina lawmakers are pushing for the state to join 16 others in legalizing marijuana for medicinal use. Two states—Colorado and Washington—have legalized marijuana for recreational use. In South Carolina, however, these recent efforts have failed despite the fact… Read More
  • Mistakes To Avoid After A Car Accident

    Mistakes To Avoid After A Car Accident
    Getting into a vehicle accident can be one of the most harrowing experiences of your life. A car accident is scary, it is stressful and it can have lasting consequences. There are common mistakes that people make after car accidents… Read More
  • More Evidence That Younger Drivers In South Carolina Cause Serious Injury And Death

    More Evidence That Younger Drivers In South Carolina Cause Serious Injury And Death
    Charleston car accident injury statistics have shown time and again that younger drivers cause more serious injuries and death than older drivers in South Carolina. Anyone can go to the South Carolina Department of Public Safety for the latest numbers… Read More
  • New Developments In San Fran Fan Who Suffered Brain Injury After Season Opener

    Last Monday our Charleston auto accident attorneys shared an extremely sad story about fanatical Dodgers followers who inflicted serious head injuries on a 42-year-old Giants fan. The suspects wanted for beating the man senseless had yet to be caught then,… Read More

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