Extra sunlight in the day is typically a cause for celebration. More time to spend outside, including the chance for barbeques and entertaining guests, is reason enough to heighten spirits in South Carolina. However, there is one group of individuals who aren’t always so happy to see brighter days – drivers. Continue reading.
Have you counted all the costs of your accident injuries? Whether you were hurt at work or in a collision, there are both financial and lifestyle losses to consider. Sitting down and listing all the challenges you may face can help on the road to recovery.
Summer has passed and the holidays are approaching. Holiday celebrations are much-anticipated events to gather with family and friends and have a good time. Halloween costume parties, Thanksgiving/Harvest parties, Christmas and the New Year are busy times for celebrations and having fun. Unfortunately, they are also busy times for drunk driving accidents.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed traditional practices and procedures for many industries. Courts and lawyers have taken drastic measures to help stop the spread while still pursuing justice. However, these measures can significantly affect the outcome of a personal injury lawsuit. There are things you can do to help minimize these effects while seeking fair compensation for your claim. Here are three tips for navigating personal injury lawsuits during the pandemic. Continue reading.
Unfortunately, medical malpractice is more common than you may realize. Malpractice occurs when there is an injury or even death due to the lack of or wrong medical care because of your doctor, hospital or other healthcare providers. At the root of many medical malpractice cases is miscommunication between healthcare providers. Continue reading.
Everyone loves to receive gifts during the holiday season, especially when the item is something unique and useful. But what happens when you or a loved one uses your new gift and sustains an injury? This tragic circumstance happens more than most people realize. Of course, getting the necessary medical attention is your first priority. But the question must be asked, was the product defective? The Taylor Anderson Law Firm of Charleston, South Carolina, can provide assistance in these unfortunate cases. Continue reading.
Have you taken the time to count the cost of your car accident? It can be difficult to focus on your financial situation right after a crash. However, if you don’t start thinking about the ways that your injuries will impact your bank balance, crippling debt can creep up on you rather quickly. There are countless ways that a car accident can negatively affect your finances. If you were not at fault in the accident, it may be time to consider seeking compensation. Continue reading.
A slip and fall injury is where someone slips or trips resulting in an injury on someone else’s property. Slip and fall injuries can occur anywhere both indoors and outdoors. Whether the slip and fall occurred in a mall or at a friend’s house, the property owner may be held liable for the injury. Slip and fall accidents can be caused by several reasons. Some common slip and fall reasons include the following: Continue reading.
Whether due to deteriorating health, or the need for assistance and added support, elderly individuals move into long-term care facilities each year across the United States. For family members, the decision to place a loved one into a nursing home is difficult, even if they are convinced that it’s the right choice. Thus, imagine the devastation when a loved one’s family realizes that they have experienced abuse and/or neglect. According to Nursing Home Abuse Justice, sons, daughters and grandchildren, including seniors themselves, often assume that high standards of attention, care and treatment will be met with professionalism and compassion.
As more and more South Carolinians move to dense, urban areas where they can bike to work and other events, there are rising safety problems that are evidenced in crash data. Palmetto Cycling Coalition (PCC) provides detailed reports, including safety statistics and other analytical information. The following counties exhibited the highest bike crash rates (relative to population): Charleston, Horry, Greenville, Beaufort, Berkeley, Spartanburg, Florence, Dorchester, Richland and Sumter. Continue reading.