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  • Wrongful Death Lawsuits in South Carolina
    Wrongful Death Lawsuits in South Carolina

    A wrongful death lawsuit usually arises when someone is accidentally killed, or when someone is killed because of the reckless acts of another. Examples of such accidental deaths include individuals ...

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  • Personal Injury Claims for Sexual Assault in South Carolina
    Personal Injury Claims for Sexual Assault in South Carolina

    There is no question that sexual assault can be devastating for the victim. Rape can lead to physical injuries, medical bills, lost work, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), problems with intimacy, ...

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  • Teaching Kids to Prevent Dog Bites
    Teaching Kids to Prevent Dog Bites

    We’re the first to admit that at our firm, we’re dog people. Dogs can be the best pets, the best companions, and of course fantastic watch dogs. Dogs can be wonderful for children as well. Dogs offer ...

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  • How Social Media Can Hurt Your Personal Injury Case
    How Social Media Can Hurt Your Personal Injury Case

    Social media is an outlet for you to share your experiences and thoughts with friends and followers. Some of the most common social posts, however, can actually hurt your personal injury claim. Learn ...

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  • How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Claim in South Carolina?
    How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Claim in South Carolina?

    It is so easy to put off filing a personal injury claim. Whether you’re receiving treatment for your injury, or getting back into the swing of things, filing your claim is rarely the priority. ...

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  • Guide to Preparing an Affidavit
    Guide to Preparing an Affidavit

    An affidavit is a written statement, which has been notarized. In court cases, witness statements in the form of affidavits can greatly support claims. If you have been asked to provide an affidavit, ...

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