No SC Laws Pertaining to Drones, But Victims Still Have Options

The United States has several federal laws pertaining to drones, and several independent states have also created their own. South Carolina however, is one of the few states that currently do not have their own state laws pertaining to the use or operation of drones. But this does not mean that if individuals are injured…

Driver Blames Sun In Police Vehicle Crash

A van has collided with two police vehicles that were responding to another accident. According to Easley Police Chief, Chief Tim Tollison, the incident happened on Tuesday morning on Olive Street. One officer was outside his police cruiser directing traffic around the scene of the accident and a second officer was sitting inside another police…

Whom Can I Sue For Medical Malpractice?

When people think of medical malpractice, their minds instantly turn to doctors. While doctors are most often sued for malpractice, the law also applies to nurses, pharmacists, anesthesiologists, and the companies that employ these professionals. Generally speaking, if you entrusted your health to someone and were injured as a result, you can sue for medical…

Officer Accidentally Shoots Himself In The Leg

Officers of the law are required to get regular weapons qualifications tests to ensure their skills are sharp. This training helps to keep them and the people around the safe if they ever need to draw their weapon. Unfortunately, mistakes can happen. Even small ones. In a report given by the Sheriff’s Office, a Charleston…

Officer’s Actions Under Investigation From FBI After Student Assault Caught On Video

An incident surrounding a viral video involving a high school student and a police officer is now under investigation by both the FBI and the U.S. Department of Justice. Federal authorities initiated a probe on Tuesday into the circumstances surrounding an incident between a school resource officer’s actions at a high school in South Carolina…

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