Blog Posts in November, 2016

South Carolina's Truck Safety Regulations

When it comes to commercial vehicles, all truck drivers in each state must comply with the rules and regulations set forth by the Federal Motor Carrier Association (FMCSA), and this includes South ...
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Medical Records in a Personal Injury Claim

Millions of Americans are walking around with some type of a medical condition or disability. Some of these conditions are a natural result of aging, while others are a result of heavy lifting, a ...
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What Can Go Wrong in a Hospital?

If you’re one of those people who get physically uncomfortable in hospitals, it’s understandable – hospitals are not fun places to be. Beyond the natural discomfort that a lot of ...
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Can I Get Workers' Compensation if I'm at Fault?

Were you recently injured in a work-related accident in Columbia? If so, then you have plenty of company. Each year, millions of workers are injured on the job, and several thousand more are killed ...
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What You Need to Know About Your Accident Case If You Are On Medicare

There are special rules for people who are injured in accidents, and who have Medicare insurance benefits. It is important for anyone who is on Medicare and involved in an accident consider what ...
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Can I Sue for a Delayed Diagnoses?

There are a number of medical conditions that can be effectively treated if they are caught early. This is one of the main reasons why preventative medicine is so important, and why it can save ...
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