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  • Social Security Numbers & Identity Theft
    Social Security Numbers & Identity Theft

    According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), “Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in America.” Someone can use another person’s Social Security number to get personal ...

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  • How Much is Workers’ Compensation in South Carolina?
    How Much is Workers’ Compensation in South Carolina?

    Workers’ compensation is a no-fault system, which means injured workers can collect benefits regardless of who is at-fault for the injury. However, a worker cannot receive benefits if the injury was ...

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  • What if Your Car is Totaled and You Still Owe Money on the Loan?
    What if Your Car is Totaled and You Still Owe Money on the Loan?

    Being in a wreck can be a huge inconvenience. You probably have to seek medical treatment. You may even need to stay in the hospital for several days, weeks, or months. You are likely to lose income ...

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  • Does Adultery Impact Child Custody in South Carolina?
    Does Adultery Impact Child Custody in South Carolina?

    There is no question that adultery has impacted countless marriages and been the catalyst of thousands of divorces. In mixed states, such as South Carolina, that allow for fault and no-fault divorces, ...

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  • Are All Disabilities Covered by Workers’ Compensation in South Carolina?
    Are All Disabilities Covered by Workers’ Compensation in South Carolina?

    Workers’ compensation is a “no-fault system,” which means an injured or ill worker can file a claim and receive medical care and workers’ compensation benefits regardless of “who” was at-fault for the ...

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  • Can I Travel Outside the U.S. with a Criminal Record?
    Can I Travel Outside the U.S. with a Criminal Record?

    Many Americans decide to travel outside the United States, whether it’s for business or pleasure. After all, travel abroad is very popular and a lot of people jump at the chance to visit another ...

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