You can make a diminished value claim in SC after an auto accident, although the insurance company may attempt to deny the claim or refuse to pay the full value.
In Neumayer v. Philadelphia Indem. Ins. Co., decided July 24, 2019, the SC Supreme Court addressed the question of whether an insurance company is required to pay a verdict when their insured did not give them notice that a lawsuit had been filed.
Will insurance pay for a drunk driving accident?
You're driving home from work, minding your own affairs, and you get into a car accident. After weeks of physical recovery, you still are disfigured and suffer from chronic pain. How is it possible to put a dollar amount for compensation for such pain and suffering?
Horry County residents held their breath as Hurricane Florence moved through the Myrtle Beach area this month. But, as the winds slowed, and people began to breathe sighs of relief, media reports began to warn about the flooding that was to come...
What's the purpose of auto insurance?
Auto insurance adjusters are experts at denying claims or paying as little as possible when their customers get into accidents.