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Preserving Evidence in a Personal Injury Claim
Preserving Evidence in a Personal Injury Claim

When someone is hurt in an accident, the immediate few days following the incident are critical for preserving evidence. They’re also important for documenting one’s injuries. Often, physical evidence can help prove who is at fault for an accident – something that can be ...

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Blog Posts in 2018

  • How Credit Impacts Insurance Rates

    Aside from moving violations and drunk driving convictions, there are other factors that determine how much you pay for auto insurance. Such factors ...

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  • South Carolina's Texting While Driving Ban

    A lot of people are in the dangerous habit of texting while driving. While it’s illegal in South Carolina, the ban has been hard for officers to ...

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  • Are Personal Injury Settlements Taxable?

    Now that it’s April, taxes are on everybody’s mind. Of course, for many of us, taxes are in the back of our minds throughout the year, especially for ...

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  • How Are Pedestrians Compensated After Being Hit by a Car?

    “In 2015, 5,376 pedestrians were killed in traffic crashes in the United States. This averages to one crash-related death every 1.6 hours,” the ...

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  • What Determines Auto Insurance Rates?

    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there were 32,166 fatal crashes and 6,264,000 non-fatal crashes in 2015. Of ...

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  • Compensation for Victims of Workplace Violence

    What is workplace violence exactly? Does it refer to angry customers who get aggressive? Does it refer to co-workers who get physical with each other? ...

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  • Tips for Teen Drivers

    Are you a parent of a teen driver? If so, it’s important that you and your teenage son or daughter understand that teens are at the greatest risk of ...

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  • Auto Insurance in Columbia, SC

    As you know, licensed drivers in South Carolina cannot legally drive unless the vehicle they are driving has automobile insurance coverage. According ...

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  • Filing a Wrongful Death Claim in Columbia, SC

    Under Section 15-51-10 of the South Carolina Code of Laws Unannotated, whenever someone loses their life due to the neglect, wrongful act, or default ...

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