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Can a Passenger Sue if They are Injured in a Car Wreck?
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Can a Passenger Sue if They are Injured in a Car Wreck?

The passengers in a vehicle that is involved in a car or motorcycle crash are often injured as well as the driver, but who pays their compensation? The rules of negligence are the same whether it is the driver or passenger who sues – the…

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Constitutional Carry – What are the New 2024 Gun Laws in South Carolina?
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Constitutional Carry – What are the New 2024 Gun Laws in South Carolina?

South Carolina’s “constitutional carry” law, H. 3594, went into effect on March 7, 2024. Now, anyone not otherwise prohibited from possessing a firearm can carry a gun anywhere in the state, concealed or openly, except for sensitive locations like courthouses and police departments. Below, we…

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Moped Deaths and Scooter Deaths in Myrtle Beach, SC
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Moped Deaths and Scooter Deaths in Myrtle Beach, SC

Moped crashes and scooter crashes are on the rise across the country, including in Myrtle Beach, SC. In Myrtle Beach, there are moped rentals and scooter rentals at numerous locations including near Ocean Boulevard, Family Kingdom Amusement Park, the SkyWheel, and Market Commons – vacationers…

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Expungements in SC – What Types of Convictions Can Be Expunged?
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Expungements in SC – What Types of Convictions Can Be Expunged?

Expungements in SC are available for certain types of minor and first-offense convictions as well as for cases that are dismissed or when a jury acquits a defendant. An expungement – called an “expunction” in some states – is when a judge orders all government…

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Jennifer Crumbley was Convicted of Involuntary Manslaughter in Michigan – James Crumbley’s Trial Begins Next Week
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Jennifer Crumbley was Convicted of Involuntary Manslaughter in Michigan – James Crumbley’s Trial Begins Next Week

You may have heard about Jennifer and James Crumbleys’ prosecutions for manslaughter in Michigan after their teenaged child committed a mass shooting at his high school. Ethan Crumbley, at age 16, pled guilty to murder and terrorism after shooting and killing four of his classmates…

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What are Your Constitutional Rights?
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What are Your Constitutional Rights?

Can you list your constitutional rights? Do you know what your rights are if you are stopped, searched, interrogated, or arrested by the police? They don’t teach us what our most basic rights are in grade school – why is that? Could it be that…

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Are Postnuptial Agreements Enforceable in South Carolina?
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Are Postnuptial Agreements Enforceable in South Carolina?

Postnuptial agreements, like prenups, are enforceable in SC as long as they meet a few basic requirements. As with other types of marital agreements, SC courts will recognize that people are free to negotiate and enter contracts without government interference – unless an agreement is…

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Moving to Myrtle Beach? Do You Need to Update Your Will?
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Moving to Myrtle Beach? Do You Need to Update Your Will?

If you are moving to the Myrtle Beach/ Horry County area, now may be a good time to update your will. Or, if you don’t have a will in place yet, now may be the time to meet with a probate and estate planning lawyer…

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If I Go Back to Work, Will I Lose My Social Security Disability Benefits?
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If I Go Back to Work, Will I Lose My Social Security Disability Benefits?

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has back to work programs and back to work incentives that allow you to attempt to get back to work without losing your Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. Below, we will discuss the rules for SSD “back to work” programs,…

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Just Because You Did It Doesn’t Mean You’re Guilty – What Does Reasonable Doubt Mean?
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Just Because You Did It Doesn’t Mean You’re Guilty – What Does Reasonable Doubt Mean?

“Just because you did it doesn’t mean you’re guilty” – you may have seen this “shocking” billboard/ advertisement for a criminal defense attorney and thought, “Man, they’ll do anything to bring in a case…” Except, it’s a true statement. And it’s a perfect opportunity to…

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