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What Should You Do After a Hit and Run Accident?

South Carolina law prohibits any involved party from leaving the scene of a car accident other than temporarily going to report the accident to the authorities. Unfortunately, not all people obey the law, and hit-and-run accidents occur. This can be a very stressful and overwhelming experience. Our South Carolina car accident attorney is here to […]

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What Are Non-Economic Damages?

If you’re injured in an accident, you may be entitled to certain damages that aren’t strictly economic. These are known as non-economic damages, and they can help compensate you for the pain and suffering you experience as a result of your injury.  Non-economic damages can vary depending on the case but may include compensation for […]

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What is a UCC filing?

The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) governs commercial transactions between a debtor and a secured party. It is not federal law. Instead, it is uniform laws adopted at the state level. S. C. Code of Laws Title 36, Article 9 contains the laws adopted in South Carolina.  A UCC filing is a security instrument used by […]

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Are Slip and Fall Injuries Covered by Homeowners Insurance in South Carolina?

Injuries incurred in premises liability cases can be significant. Luckily, most homeowners’ insurance policies cover slip and fall injuries. As a South Carolina slip and fall accidents attorney, I created some basic understanding of how your homeowner’s insurance can cover slip and fall injuries if they were to occur. Understanding Basic Homeowners Insurance  Your homeowner’s […]

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Common Injuries Sustained in Rear-End Collisions

Rear-end collisions are very common. Roughly one-third of the traffic accidents in 2019 involved a rear-end collision. Insurance companies try to minimize the injuries and damages caused by rear-end crashes. They refer to rear-end accidents as “fender benders.” However, rear-end collisions can cause traumatic injuries. Our South Carolina personal injury attorney works with insurance companies […]

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