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Is There an “Automatic Fault Rule” for Rear-End Collisions in SC?

Is there an “automatic fault rule” for rear-end collisions in SC? Most people automatically presume that the rear driver is at fault in a rear-end collision, but there are situations where a rear-end collision is caused by the lead driver and the lead driver can…

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SC Workers’ Compensation Law: What is the Statutory Employee Doctrine?

What is SC’s statutory employee doctrine, and how could it affect your workers’ compensation case? In the past, employers have been considered immune from lawsuits by the employees of contractors and subcontractors under SC Code § 42-1-400 and 410’s “statutory employee doctrine,” which the SC…

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What is Negligence?

What does negligence mean under SC law? If you intend to collect compensation from a person or business for a harm that they have caused you, you will first need to prove liability. The most common way that accident victims can prove liability is by…

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Can you sue after a boat crash in myrtle beach?

Can you sue after a boat crash in Myrtle Beach, SC? Boating accidents are common in the Grand Strand area, where millions of tourists arrive each year for family vacations, motorcycle rallies, and Spring Break. Boating, fishing, and recreational watersports are one of the reasons…

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Child injury lawyers in myrtle beach, sc

The child injury lawyers at Axelrod and Associates understand the trauma and worry that parents face when their minor child has been seriously hurt in a car accident or other incident. When a child’s injuries were caused by someone else’s negligence, the parents have the…

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What are pain and suffering damages in sc?

Pain and suffering are an important part of your damages award in a personal injury case – something that the insurance company is not likely to tell you before your attorney gets involved in your case. The at-fault party must compensate you for the financial…

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Are some dog breeds always dangerous?

Most of the time, seeing a dog out for a walk can be a highlight. Their kind eyes and wagging tails are hard to resist. However, when a friendly greeting shifts into an attack, it can make you cautious about greeting dogs in general and…

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How do you know if you have a valid car accident claim?

If you have been involved in a car accident, how do you know if you have a case? Under South Carolina law, the driver who is at fault in an auto accident is liable for all damages that were proximately caused by their negligence. Auto…

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Was geico forced to pay over $5 million for a woman who got an std in an automobile?

Was GEICO was forced to pay over $5 million to a woman because she contracted an STD in the vehicle? No – despite the alarm-raising clickbait headlines from various media outlets, GEICO was not forced to pay the $5 million award (not yet anyway). Furthermore,…

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Types of damages that are available in a sc auto accident or personal injury claim

What are the types of damages that you can recover in an auto accident or personal injury claim in SC? Many people are unaware of the different types of damages that they are entitled to after a car accident – and the insurance company is…

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