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Child Injury from Car Accidents

Child Injury from Automobile Accidents  Children, especially todlers, are the most vulnerable to serious injury and wrongful death from car crashes. Even if placed in size and age appropriate car seats, auto accidents are still a primary cause of child injury. One reason is that they never see an ac [...]

June 21st, 2014|Car Accidents, Child Accidents|

SC Motorcycle and Car Collide, Resulting in a Fatality and DUI Charges

A motorcyclist and car collided Saturday night in Columbia, killing the motorcyclist upon impact. According to the police reports, the defendant was attempting to make a left hand turn onto Burdell Drive, when he intoxicatingly failed to yield to the oncoming motorcycle, and the motorcycle hit the r [...]

January 30th, 2014|Car Accidents, Felony DUI, Motorcycle Accidents|

How Home Insurance Helps During a Bodily Injury Lawsuit

If you were injured on someone else’s property and trying to decide whether to file a lawsuit, it is a good idea to know how the responsible party’s insurance policy can pay out for your injuries. A standard homeowner’s policy typically includes two types of liability coverage. If you don’t file a l [...]

January 24th, 2014|Car Accidents, Criminal Defense|

Violent South Carolina Crash Injures Everyone in the Car

Five people were seriously injured in an extremely violent crash in a Lancaster County, SC neighborhood on Wednesday evening when a Toyota Camry veered off Country Club Drive and hit a ditch, subsequently going airborne tumbling into a yard. The car slammed into a man’s pick-up truck, thrusting two [...]

January 22nd, 2014|Car Accidents, Personal Injury|

What is “Stacking” Insurance Policies in South Carolina?

"Stacking" insurance policies is something somewhat unique that South Carolina allows an insured person to recover damages under more than one policy in succession until all the damages are satisfied by the amount set by the fact finder; or until the total limits of all policies have been exhausted. [...]

January 20th, 2014|Car Accidents, Personal Injury|