Blog Posts in July, 2011

Finding the Right Personal Injury Attorney for Your Case

Hiring an injury trial attorney for your situation can mean the difference between winning or losing your claim. You want an attorney who has the knowledge and the experience to help you receive full ...
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Cracked, Broken and Dangerous Sidewalks can Create a South Carolina Premises Liability Claim

Navigating sidewalks is a normal part of everyday life for many people, therefore it becomes a great danger when they are not properly maintained. As something that you are used to doing, it is not ...
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Products Liability in a South Carolina Workers' Compensation Claim

If you have been injured on the job in South Carolina you are entitled to pursue a Wor kers' Compensation claim. This is usually your only recourse against your employer and can help pay for medical ...
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How much is a South Carolina Automobile Accident Case Worth?

A common question to an attorney is how much is there case worth. Everyone who has been serious injuried in a South Carolina Automobile Accident and has accrued medical bills and lost wages has ...
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South Carolina's Statute of Limitations and how it Affects Auto Accident Cases

If you want to seek money for your losses sustained as a result of an automobile accident in South Carolina there is a certain time limit that this must be done. This includes money for your lost ...
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