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Have You Been Injured By A Dog Bite In South Carolina?

Have You Been Injured By A Dog Bite In South Carolina?
 

Dog bite or dog attack cases are another category of cases that very often insurance adjusters respond to very quickly. The reason that insurance companies and insurance adjusters do this is that they do not want the injured party to have adequate time to evaluate what the damages may actually be. U...

Categories: Animal Injuries
Posted on Mar 26, 2016

Is Your Case a Workers’ Compensation Case Only?

Is Your Case a Workers’ Compensation Case Only?
 

In South Carolina workers’ compensation is the exclusive remedy for any employee that has been injured on the job while in the course and scope of his or her employment. The problem with the workers’ compensation laws is that there are many categories of damages for which the client is not entit...

Categories: Workers Compensation
Posted on Mar 19, 2016

Woman killed in felony DUI wrong way accident in Lexington County identified…

Woman killed in felony DUI wrong way accident in Lexington County identified…
 

Valerie D. Rhodes, 44, killed and Derious Pahmas Sutton, 21, arrested after car wreck on Highway 321 in Lexington County, South Carolina Date: Friday, February 5, 2016 Roadway: Highway 321 Type: Car Accident Topics: DWI – DUI – Alcohol or Drug Use, Wrong-way Crash The Lexington County Co...

Categories: Auto Accidents, DUI
Posted on Feb 9, 2016

I’ve Been Injured in an Accident In South Carolina That Was My Fault, What Now?

I’ve Been Injured in an Accident In South Carolina That Was My Fault, What Now?
 

In South Carolina many automobile insurance policies contain a coverage referred to as personal injury protection or med pay. Personal injury protection and med pay are the same coverage and is a coverage intended to protect the insured with regards to any medical treatment sought as the result of a...

Categories: Auto Accidents, Personal Injury
Posted on Feb 2, 2016

Should I Give A Recorded Statement in S.C. After An Accident?

Should I Give A Recorded Statement in S.C. After An Accident?
 

Immediately after any sort of accident that we handle it is very common for the client to receive either direct physical contact or contact by telephone from an insurance adjuster requesting that the client give a recorded statement. A recorded statement is nothing more than the insurance companies ...

Categories: Auto Accidents
Posted on Dec 28, 2015

Injured by a Drunk Driver in South Carolina? Don’t Sign Anything Yet!

Injured by a Drunk Driver in South Carolina? Don’t Sign Anything Yet!
 

The classic Modus Operandi of insurance adjusters when their insured has injured another in an accident that involved alcohol is to swoop in and try to settle the case as quickly as possible. Insurance adjusters and the companies for which they work recognize that the less that you know about the be...

Categories: Auto Accidents, DUI
Posted on Dec 22, 2015

I Have Been Injured in an Accident in SC and I am Not Sure What to do…

I Have Been Injured in an Accident in SC and I am Not Sure What to do…
 

With regards to seeking medical treatment after an accident in South Carolina we see clients make one of two mistakes on a fairly regular basis: The first mistake that clients often make is that they will sit around hurting and hoping to get better for some extended period of time delaying the inevi...

Categories: Auto Accidents, Personal Injury
Posted on Sep 24, 2015

South Carolina woman loses part of arm in pit bull attack

South Carolina woman loses part of arm in pit bull attack
 

NEWS July 28 2015 – South Carolina woman loses part of arm in pit bull attack. Area media outlets report that 48-year-old Katherine Rizk was attacked late Sunday at her home and is in the intensive care unit of the Medical University of South Carolina Hospital in Charleston. Read more here: ht...

Categories: Personal Injury
Posted on Jul 28, 2015

South Carolina Court Rules Stripper Shot at Club Entitled to Workers’ Comp

South Carolina Court Rules Stripper Shot at Club Entitled to Workers’ Comp
 

An exotic dancer who was shot at a Columbia, S.C., nightclub is entitled to workers’ compensation benefits for her injury, according to a ruling by the South Carolina highest court. The State newspaper reported that the South Carolina Supreme Court made that ruling last week in the case of LeA...

Categories: Workers Compensation
Posted on Mar 23, 2015

Third-Party Liability Workers’ Compensation Cases in South Carolina

Third-Party Liability Workers’ Compensation Cases in South Carolina
 

What is Third-Party Liability? An injured worker’s only remedy against his employer is to make a claim under the South Carolina’s Workers’ Compensation Act. He cannot file a lawsuit against the employer for any injuries he suffered on the job. The advantage of the South Carolina...

Categories: Workers Compensation
Posted on Jul 23, 2014

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