Personal Injury

What are the Most Common Driving Offenses in South Carolina?

As personal injury attorneys, located in Rock Hill, South Carolina, we understand that driving offenses can range from mild to severe. Nearly 112,000 people receive speeding tickets every day in the US with over 41,000,000 getting tickets every year. These numbers may seem like a lot, but keep in mind that many of these are [...]

What is the Most Common Personal Injury in South Carolina During Halloween?

As personal injury attorneys, located in Rock Hill, South Carolina, we know that with Halloween right around the corner thousands around the country are planning parties and brainstorming potential ideas for costumes. While Halloween night is definitely a time for festivity, it is also a time for caution. Plenty of mischief happens on October 31st [...]

2018-05-26T10:22:59+00:00Personal Injury|

What Is Negligence in a South Carolina Personal Injury Lawsuit?

As personal injury attorneys, located in Rock Hill, South Carolina, we know that most people never think that they will be involved in a lawsuit. However, if you suffer an accident that results in serious injuries, and if you believe that the accident was caused by another person’s irresponsible actions, filing a personal injury lawsuit may [...]

What Should I Do if Injured by Fireworks in South Carolina?

As personal injury attorneys, located in Rock Hill, South Carolina, we know that the Fourth of July means cookouts, family gatherings, patriotism, and fireworks. Every year, we hear or read of someone who was seriously injured by fireworks. This not only includes neighbors setting off the explosives but professional shows, as well. In this article, we [...]

2018-05-26T10:43:06+00:00Personal Injury|

What are the Most Common Summertime Injuries in South Carolina?

As personal injury attorneys located in Rock Hill, South Carolina, we know that the summer months' warm weather and students (college, in particular) on the loose can be a dangerous combination. Although most all summertime outdoor activities carry some degree of risk, some are more dangerous than others. Outdoor recreation and sporting activities cause thousands [...]

2018-05-26T10:45:18+00:00Personal Injury|

What You Need to Know Before Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit in South Carolina

As personal injury attorneys, located in Rock Hill, South Carolina, we know that filing a personal injury lawsuit can be intimidating as there seems to be an endless maze of paperwork; it does not have to be, though. In this article, we will explain the statutes of limitations, shared fault rules, the types of damages [...]

What is the Difference Between Wrongful Death Action and Survival Action in South Carolina?

As personal injury attorneys in Rock Hill, South Carolina, we know that there is no amount of compensation that will erase the devastation you and your family experience after the loss of a loved one in an accident. When someone causes the death of a family member due to negligence or intentional harm, a wrongful death [...]

2018-05-26T11:02:41+00:00Personal Injury|

What is the Difference Between Compensatory and Punitive Damages in South Carolina?

As personal injury attorneys located in Rock Hill, South Carolina, we are asked about awards the types of compensation awards for personal injury claims. Compensatory and punitive damages are two types of damages that may be awarded to someone who has been injured in an accident. In this article, we will explain the difference between compensatory and punitive [...]

What is South Carolina’s Dog Bite Law?

As personal injury attorneys in Rock Hill, South Carolina, we have handled many cases involving dog bites. While dogs are classified as property, it is your responsibility to keep your property from harming someone else. If you own a dog or are taking care of a dog for someone else, you are responsible for the [...]

2018-05-26T11:03:46+00:00Personal Injury|

Three Steps to Take If Hit by an Uninsured Motorist in South Carolina

As accident attorneys in Rock Hill, South Carolina, we have reviewed the most recent data from the Insurance Research Council (IRC) and it estimates that slightly over 14% of the driving population in America is uninsured. There are various reasons why people have no automobile insurance and one of the biggest factors is the economy. [...]