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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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  • The Role of Intentional Torts in Personal Injury Cases
    The Role of Intentional Torts in Personal Injury Cases

    If you've been injured due to the deliberate actions of another person, you may have heard the term " intentional torts " used. This term refers to an important factor in personal injury cases when ...

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  • How to Appeal a Denied Workers' Compensation Claim
    How to Appeal a Denied Workers' Compensation Claim

    There are many different reasons for a workers' compensation claim being denied, such as: The claim was not filed on time The injury was not reported on time The filer didn't receive medical treatment ...

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  • Wintertime Slip & Fall Accidents: Who's Responsible?
    Wintertime Slip & Fall Accidents: Who's Responsible?

    Falls are one of the most common injuries that occurs in the United States, making up about 8.9 million emergency room visits every year, according to the National Safety Council. During wintertime, ...

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  • How to Overcome Bias in Your Motorcycle Accident Case
    How to Overcome Bias in Your Motorcycle Accident Case

    At Masella Law Firm, P.A. , our Columbia personal injury attorney understands that motorcyclists are not bad, reckless people. In our firm's experience, the majority of motorcyclists are more ...

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