Blog Posts in September, 2016

What Not to Do After a Car Wreck

Unfortunately, most of us will be in a car wreck at least once in our lifetime, and some of us will be in multiple accidents throughout our life. It’s just a fact of life in modern-day America. ...
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Should I Take the Insurance Company's Offer?

Here’s what usually happens after a person is injured in an accident: the victim files a claim with the at-fault person’s insurance company (or his or her own insurance provider), the ...
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Premises Liability Claims in Columbia, South Carolina

When it comes to our own homes, we have a pretty good idea of what’s going on. We’re generally aware if there’s a rip in our carpet, a creaky stair (old houses), a wobbly railing, or ...
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Who Is Eligible for Workers' Compensation in South Carolina?

Most employers are required to have workers’ compensation insurance or to prove that they can pay for workers’ compensation without being insured. Workers’ compensation provides ...
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Medical Malpractice Claims in Columbia, South Carolina

When we visit an emergency room or when we receive medical care from a family physician, a specialist, or a surgeon, we expect to receive quality medical treatment, but unfortunately, this is not ...
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Pedestrian Traffic Injuries

While not everybody drives or has a driver’s license, one thing’s for sure – we are all pedestrians. Since the United States is a modern and developed country, Americans must ...
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