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  • Could A New Tech Tool Help Prevent Drunk Driving?

    Prevention of drunk driving accidents is difficult because many people repeatedly drive drunk and are not stopped by law enforcement. Mothers Against Drunk Driving reports that the average person who drives while impaired will take 80 trips in the car… Read More
  • Prom Season Heightens Teen Driving Risks

    Prom Season Heightens Teen Driving Risks
    Students throughout South Carolina are seeing firsthand the dangers of drunk driving this April. WCSC reports that mock accidents are being set up at local high school events to teach teens the risks associated with driving drunk on prom night.… Read More
  • Ways To Prevent Your Guests From Drinking And Driving

    If you are hosting a Halloween party this season, you will want to be sure that you aren’t letting your guests drink too much alcohol and then drive home. Not only could you be held civilly liable, but you don’t… Read More
  • Officer Gets Rammed By Nissan

    Nobody knows the reason for the accident that happened to the police officer.  They don’t know what was going through the woman’s mind, or why she was suddenly darting across the center line.  It was a nice evening for driving. … Read More
  • One Mother’s Tragic Tale Helps Gain Awareness About Kids Being Left In Cars

    In Monday’s Post and Courier, your Charleston auto accident lawyers read an article that brings attention to a sad reality concerning parents, their children, and their cars. Last year, 49 children died of heatstroke after they were left in hot… Read More

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