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…

Michelin To Pay $12 Million For Car Crash

In the case of Cruz v. Michelin North America, a jury decided that the world’s second largest tire maker, Michelin & Cie., must pay $11.96 million for a 2006 truck accident that killed six people and paralyzed a young boy. The jury determined that a tire defect in a Goodrich tire made by the company…

Big Trucks Collide And Cause Big Delay For Charleston Area Commuters

Last week in North Charleston, an early morning crash created a backup that lasted nearly nine hours for Charleston area commuters trying to make their way to work. In an already highly congested area of Interstate-26 two 18-wheelers hauling large loads of wood chips collided and exploded into flames. Your Charleston tractor trailer lawyers read…

Been In A Car, Van, Truck, Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV), or Bus Accident?

Auto Collision law firms and attorneys know what to do if you have been in a car, van, truck or sports utility vehicle (SUV) or bus accident. Do you? When you are injured in a car accident and not at fault, you are likely entitled to money damages for your injuries and losses including lost…

Recent South Carolina Trucking Accidents Provide Basis For Discussion Of Industry As A Whole

Your Charleston, South Carolina attorneys at Howell and Christmas are all too familiar with the dangers 18-wheelers, semis, tractor-trailers, or whatever you like to call them present to drivers in smaller, everyday vehicles. The trucking industry is extremely valuable to our local economy; trucks are constantly moving goods from Charleston area ports to the interior…

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