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Year: 2017

Of those convicted of drunk driving in the U.S., on average, 50 to 75 percent continue to drive on a suspended license, according to Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). Tragedy struck in Florence, South Carolina late last month, when a 19-year-old driver who was allegedly drunk killed a bystander while…

No one wants to find themselves the victim of a dog bite, but for the 4.5 million people who are bitten by dogs in the United States annually, this becomes a harsh reality. In fact, dog bites make up one third of all home owners’ insurance claims (www.dogsbite.org). Unfortunately, a…

One of the best things about the holiday season is getting to gather together with friends, family and co-workers to celebrate. However, as much fun as such celebrations are, if those attending and hosting them do not do so safely and responsibly, they can result in tragedy. According to the…

Close to 5,000 people are killed annually in pedestrian vs. vehicle crashes, and the laws might not be as simple as you think. It’s important to know and understand your rights and responsibilities as both a driver and pedestrian to avoid injury and stay safe in these encounters. Almost fifteen…

Medical negligence injuries can devastate the lives of people and their families. According to the Institute of Medicine, nearly 100,000 patients die from medical negligence every year. Our personal injury attorneys want to ensure that healthcare providers accept responsibility for these serious errors. If you believe you may have suffered…

Boating accidents and personal injuries are often caused by negligence and occur more often in the summer months. However, many of these accidents can be prevented. Here is a look some ways to help prevent boating accidents and injuries in the Carolinas. Don’t Drink and Boat One of the top…

According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), converting 10 percent of the signalized intersections in the U.S. to roundabouts would have helped prevent around 46,000 motor vehicle accidents in 2012, including 184 fatal accidents and 31,000 injury accidents. In addition to improving safety, IIHS studies have shown that…

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