Car Accident in parking lot

Parking Lot Injuries – How to Protect Yourself

While parking lots are often some of the slowest driving that we will do all day, it can also be some of the most potentially injurious driving as well. Parking lots are infamous locations for every type of minor fender bender, paint-swap, and hit-and-run imaginable. Every South Carolina personal injury attorney in the state has […]

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Male And Female Drivers Arguing Over Damage To Cars After Accident

Why Road Rage Causes So Many Car Accidents

Some people might think that road rage only includes extremely violent behavior when behind the wheel, like shooting at another car or ramming a car or pedestrian with one’s vehicle, but road rage can include many different types of aggressive driving. When a driver engages in dangerous conduct because of anger, impatience, or other uncontrolled […]

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What is the Corporate Charter?

The corporate charter is the same thing as the articles of incorporation. South Carolina requires the incorporator of a corporation to file specific documents with the Secretary of State to become a valid corporation in our state. A South Carolina business attorney can draft your incorporation documents, including your corporate charter. Let’s answer the question, […]

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How Much Is My Personal Injury Case Worth?

Every personal injury case is different because everyone’s situation is unique. For example, if you got hurt in a car crash, another passenger in your car might have a personal injury claim worth much more or much less than yours.  A South Carolina personal injury attorney would need to talk to you and investigate your […]

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Alternatives to Trials During the COVID Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic temporarily changed the way we do many things, like shopping, working, and doing business. The courts got caught in the crosshairs of the situation because people have legal rights, and those rights sometimes clashed with the public health emergency. Some cases get automatically dismissed if not resolved within 365 days of filing. […]

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