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How Do Probate Courts Work in the State of South Carolina?

In each and every South Carolina county, there is a specific probate court. Probate court is simply a different type of system/courthouse, in which a decedent's estate will enter to distribute the deceased member's devise's, residuals, and pay off debts. The probate courts of South Carolina will hav [...]

January 14th, 2014|General, News, Wrongful Death|

What to Do When You Have a “Personal Injury” in South Carolina?

Often times, when people are involved in any sort of serious accident, personal injuries have likely been sustained. Contrary to popular belief, “personal injuries” do not just encompass physical injuries to your person; but also any other type of suffering one maybe dealing with due to the accident [...]

October 16th, 2013|News, Personal Injury|

Motorcycle Maintenance: Your Bike Needs Lovin’ Too

This is motorcycle awareness month. It’s spring and the sun is coming out again. Thank goodness! Now is the time to check over your motorcycle and give it the attention it deserves. It will love you back for the rest of the year and could even save your life. Mechanics tell us motorcyclists could ea [...]

April 29th, 2013|Motorcycle Accidents, News|

Can a ‘Fire Pit’ Be Racist? This Man Thinks So….

A Rock Hill, SC man has been apprehended by the police department not for his phone calls about a racist 'fire pit', but for having drugs on him at a later time. According to a police report, the man who called authorities called them to state that a metal lid for a fire pit was racist.  The man tho [...]

February 12th, 2013|Drug Crimes and Controlled Substances Defense, News|

Lancaster Man Injured While Being Chased by Police on Foot

A local Lancaster Police Department Officer was injured earlier this month when he was involved in a "foot chase," while chasing after a runaway defendant. Accordingly, the defendant was hospitalized at Springs Memorial Hospital earlier this month. The Lancaster Police Department responded to a call [...]

October 2nd, 2012|News, Pedestrian Accidents, Personal Injury|