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FAQ: Who Pays My Medical Bills After a Car Accident
Who pays my Medical Bills after a South Carolina Car Accident? South Carolina law requires a person who causes a[...]
FAQ: Should I Settle My Car Accident Case Quickly?
FAQ:  Should I Settle My Car Accident Case Quickly? No, never. Some insurance companies and adjusters will try to get[...]
The Insurance Company is Calling After a Car Accident, What Should I do?
The Insurance Company is Calling After a Car Accident, What Should I do? When the insurance company adjuster starts calling[...]
What if I don’t have any medical insurance, how can I go see a doctor after a car accident?
What if I don’t have any medical insurance, how can I go see a doctor after a car accident? Getting[...]
What Happens If The At Fault Driver Has No Insurance After a Car Accident?
What Happens If The At Fault Driver Has No Insurance After a Car Accident? Unfortunately, some drivers use our public[...]
What is the Law on Car Accidents?
What is the Law on Car Accidents? South Carolina law requires that drivers who break the traffic safety rules and[...]
Why is My Medical Insurance Company Refusing to Pay My Bills After a Car Accident?
Why is My Medical Insurance Company Refusing to Pay My Bills After a Car Accident? Many medical insurance companies refuse[...]
Should I Replace My Car Seat After a Car Accident?
Should I Replace My Car seat after an accident? Often, parents first thoughts after a car accident are the health[...]
Why Does South Carolina Law Require At Fault Drivers to Pay Damages After a Car Accident?
Why Does South Carolina Law Require At Fault Drivers to Pay Damages? South Carolina law mandates the person who caused[...]
What are the Categories of Damages South Carolina Law Recognizes?
What are the Categories of Damages South Carolina Law Recognizes? South Carolina law recognizes multiple categories of damages in a[...]
When is Another Driver Responsible for My Damages from a Car Accident?
When is Another Driver Responsible for My Damages from a Car Accident? In order to recover for all your harms[...]
How Much Money Does the Person Who Caused the Car Accident Have to Pay?
How Much Money Does the Person Who Caused the Accident Have to Pay? The law in South Carolina mandates the[...]
Twenty Types of Actual Damages in South Carolina.
Twenty Types of Actual Damages in South Carolina. Damages in car accident cases focus on actual damages. Actual damage compensate[...]
Three Reasons You Must Document Your Car Accident Damages.
Three Reasons You Must Document Your Car Accident Damages. You must document your damages in order to successfully resolve your[...]
What are Punitive Damages?
What are Punitive Damages? South Carolina law tells us that punitive damages are designed to punish a wrongdoer because of[...]
What is Negligence?
What is Negligence? South Carolina law tells us that negligence is the “absence of due care.” I know that you[...]
How Long Will My Car Accident Settlement Take?
How Long Will My Car Accident Settlement Take? Some cases settle within a few months. Other cases take years to[...]
Car Accident Settlement Key People
Who are the key people involved in a car accident case? Insurance Adjuster – this is the person from the[...]
All About Medical Releases
All about medical releases Federal law requires medical providers to keep individuals' health information private. Medical providers can only disclose[...]
What is a Statute of Limitations and How Can It Destroy My Case?
What is a Statute of Limitations and How Can It Destroy My Case? A statute of limitations is the maximum[...]