Icy, Wintry Road Conditions Pose Serious Danger To South Carolina Motorists

With the weather getting colder in (some parts of) South Carolina, your Charleston personal injury attorneys are reminded of an auto and trucking accident case from the 1930s. The case presents the concept of a “duty to warn,” and also serves as a great reminder for truckers and drivers to take extra precaution when traveling…

Information On South Carolina’s Number One Cause Of Death

Courtesy of the Brain Injury Association of South Carolina, Charleston injury lawyers received a newsletter featuring some startling information not typically covered by media outlets. Currently, there are over 61,000 South Carolinians living with disabilities from traumatic brain injury, or caused by an external physical force, and in the United States a traumatic brain injury…

It Only Takes One DUI To Potentially Kill Someone

A man has pleaded guilty of the charge of felony DUI in connection with a crash that happened in 2010 that resulted in the death of a moped rider in West Ashley. Stanley Scott Geer, 45, of Charleston, was accused of being drunk while driving his Ford Explorer and striking Christopher McRae Torella about on…

Keep Friends From Driving Drunk On St. Patrick’s Day

One of the best things you can do for a friend on St. Patrick’s Day is to prevent them from drinking and driving. The upcoming holiday is perhaps one of the busiest for law enforcement officials who say that it is also one of the deadliest. If you find yourself faced with a situation in…

Ken Burger Incites South Carolina Auto Accident Attorneys To Discuss Danger Of Texting And Driving

Charleston workers compensation lawyers want to bring attention to an issue discussed by Post and Courier columnist, Ken Burger, the potential dangers of texting and emailing on cell phones. While Mr. Burger focuses on the strain this type of communication can place on the hand, he also mentions how we push our human capability to…

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