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A Comprehensive Approach to Slip and Fall Incidents

Slip-and-fall accidents represent 12% of total falls or one million emergency room visits. They can happen anywhere at any time, …

Jul 11

The Impact of Staff Shortages on Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

Staff shortages in nursing homes have far-reaching consequences, often resulting in a dangerous environment where neglect and abuse can thrive. …

Jul 5

Importance of Expert Witnesses in Personal Injury Trials

Expert witnesses are people with specialized training and knowledge in a specific field, like personal injury. Contributing to the integrity …

Jul 3

Who’s at Fault in a T-bone Car Accident?

The injuries that can result from a T-bone car accident could prove life-altering for the occupants of a vehicle hit …

Jun 24

What Happens to Uninsured Drivers in an Accident?

In 2022, 12.3% of South Carolina drivers did not have insurance, which means that more than one in 10 individuals driving vehicles …

Jun 17

Do Personal Injury Lawyers Go To Court?

South Carolina has a high rate of personal injury cases. They include 36% of the state’s civil caseload, which is 210% …

Jun 12

Do I Have a Personal Injury Case?

Unintentional injuries resulted in 224,935 deaths, 44,686 of which were from falls, in 2021. More than eight million people ended up …

May 30

How To Report Nursing Home Abuse in Greenville, SC

Our senior citizens deserve tender care and attention. They are the parents, grandparents, and loved ones who raised and supported …

May 23

Slip and Fall Lawsuit: Who’s Responsible in South Carolina?

South Carolina requires property owners to make sure areas accessible to the public or guests remain free of hazards. If …

May 16

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