The statistics don't lie: You are far more likely to survive a car accident if you are wearing your seatbelt. But about 15 percent of people still don't strap themselves in.
You are less likely to be involved in a rollover accident than just about any other kind of auto wreck.
"What's it going to cost me?"
You're driving to work, listening to the morning news and sipping a cup of coffee when an SUV slams into the back of your car...
The wreck was a couple of years ago. You and your husband were briefly hospitalized, and you've been in physical therapy for the neck injuries ever since.
If you've been in a car wreck in Myrtle Beach, SC, you may be wondering whether you should file a lawsuit.
Every automobile accident is different, and learning the details of each incident is key to understanding who is at fault and how to hold them accountable. The personal injury lawyers at Axelrod and Associates have seen most types of auto accidents, and traffic congestion in the Myrtle Beach and Conway area has contributed to head-on collisions, side-swipes, rollovers, single-car accidents and multi-vehicle pile-ups. Each case has its own story to tell and each case brings its own set of challenges.