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  • Determining Responsibility for a Wrongful Death DUI in South Carolina

    According to a recent study, South Carolina currently ranks second in the nation for the most drunk-driving-related deaths. This startling statistic has inspired law enforcement and local courts to crack down on those who are responsible for causing these deadly… Read More
  • Fatal I-26 EB Tractor Trailer Crash in North Charleston

    On Monday, July 2, an accident involving two tractor trailers and two passenger vehicles occurred on I-26 Eastbound in North Charleston, South Carolina. The accident began when a 2005 Volvo tractor trailer ran into the rear of the pickup truck,… Read More
  • Further Developments In Morgan V. WalMart

    Recent press releases from the attorney representing celebrity Tracy Morgan, who was injured when his limo was struck by a Wal-Mart truck, reveal the depths of Morgan’s injury. “He’s fighting to get better, and if there’s a chance for him… Read More
  • Distracted Trucker Causes Fatal Accident

    Distracted Trucker Causes Fatal Accident
    Charleston accident attorneys at Howell and Christmas are concerned about the growing issue of distracted driving. The use of cell phones and other hand-held devices while driving can often cause serious, and sometimes even fatal, automobile accidents. Just recently, a… Read More
  • Charleston Truck Accident Attorneys Focus On Wrongful Death Case

    Charleston Truck Accident Attorneys Focus On Wrongful Death Case
    The family of a truck driver have filed a suit against the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and several companies in an effort to receive damages for the wrongful death of the 56-year-old driver. The plaintiffs allege negligence on the… Read More

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