On February 15, 2014 Dorchester County experienced a sad and tragic tale surrounding a car accident on South Carolina roads. The accident occurred near the Old Fort Fire Department. A 56 year old woman died at the scene as a result of her husband’s negligence while driving his pickup truck west along Dorchester Road.
Collision insurance, rotating your tires, and ridesharing are a few subjects that aren’t often adequately covered in many legal blogs. The fact is, these are overlooked issues that cause big problems for many people. So, to make sure the subjects are given their due attention, here are 3 things you probably didn’t know about car accidents.
Wreckless Driving and Failure to Yield the Right-of-Way make South Carolina Ripe for Bicycle Accidents
A recent article shines the light on how dangerous it is to ride the roads of South Carolina on a bicycle. As a bike enthusiast, this topic is near and dear to my heart.
During Halloween, neighborhoods are filled with children running about gathering up as much candy as they can. It’s an exciting time for children and parents as well.
Unfortunately, with all of the excitement, it’s easy to forget that this holiday is also one of the most dangerous for pedestrians. The National Center for Health Statistics estimated that 7,450 pedestrians were killed in traffic or non-traffic incidents in 2017.
Over the weekend of August 3rd and 4th, 2019, 31 people were murdered in mass shootings. This included 22 victims in El Paso, Texas and 9 more in Dayton, Ohio.
Before law school, I was verbose. Now, I am not. I always delete unnecessary words. Professor Young taught me to be succinct in Legal Process.
I recently attended a conference meant to instruct lawyers on how to best market their law firms. It was like drinking from a fire-hose of information. However, one of the most keen observations, albeit obvious, is to walk in the shoes of the people that you help after they have experienced a car wreck.
An Exploration of a Property Line Dispute Between Neighbors by Your friendly, Neighborhood, Charleston, SC Car Accident Lawyer (Updated 2020)
Hello All, I was thinking of something my readers might find interesting. And then I remembered some legal research I completed on a property line dispute between two South Carolina residents.
The most common cause of death for people between the ages of five and 24 is car crashes, and a large percentage of accidents are caused by impaired driving. Drunk driving is a serious problem across the entire country, but some states have a bigger issue than others when it comes to DUI deaths. Unfortunately, a report from the security company SafeWise found that South Carolina has the second highest rate of DUI deaths per capita.
On May 2nd, 2018, the Governor of Georgia, Nathan Deal, signed into law the much anticipated Hands-Free Driving bill. The bill relates to distracted driving legislation. It’s designed to prevent drivers from handling cell-phones when they’re behind the wheel.
Hiring an excellent lawyer who understands the law about your individual circumstances can be a challenge. You need to know that you can trust your attorney to provide you with the best legal representation possible.
In business, you only have one reputation. If someone ruins your reputation, the dirt never washes off.
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