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Who Is Eligible to File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

South Carolina’s wrongful death statute can seem complex on this point. Technically, the decedent’s personal representative must file the action. …

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Who Should You Call After a Car Accident

Who Should You Call After a Car Accident?

If you’ve been injured, you should seek medical attention right away. Your next step should be to call a Rock …

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How Common are Alcohol Related Car Accidents

How Common are Alcohol Related Car Accidents?

Prior to the 1990s, drunk driving was little more than a serious traffic ticket. Then, a decades-long crackdown began. This …

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The Three Most Common Effects of Drunk Driving

The Three Most Common Effects of Drunk Driving

Alcohol is a part of life for many people. A quarter of Americans admit they have drunk to the point …

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Common Causes of Truck Accidents

Common Causes of Truck Accidents

A fully loaded large truck carries hundreds of gallons of diesel fuel and carries almost forty tons of cargo. Even …

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What Are the Disqualifications for a CDL License

What Are the Disqualifications for a CDL License?

Largely because of the ongoing truck driver shortage, officials estimate that the industry will need a million new drivers over …

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Can You Sue Uber For an Accident

Can You Sue Uber For an Accident?

Absolutely. In most cases, ridesharing companies are financially responsible for ridesharing damages, according to the respondeat superior doctrine. Companies like …

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5 Reasons to Hire Local Lancaster SC Lawyers for Your Injury Case

In the United States, injuries are the leading cause of death for persons between the ages of one and 44. This …

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One Bite Too Many: A Look at South Carolina’s Dog Bite Law

You don’t want to be all bark and no bite. But you do want your dog to be. Dogs send …

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Workers Comp Repetitive Trauma Injury South Carolina Chester

Workers’ Compensation for Nannies

Do I Need Insurance For My Nanny? Like many states, South Carolina does not require workers’ compensation insurance coverage for …

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