According to WSPA, a broadside collision that occurred on a Friday afternoon earlier this month resulted in one fatality. Police determined that a 59-year-old man was driving a sedan on Page Drive in Greenville County when he tried to turn onto White Horse Road. […]
According to Public Broadcasting Service, motor vehicle collisions cost the country more than $800 billion per year. In 2010, for example, car accidents caused $277 billion in economic damages and $594 billion in non-economic damages. […]
In South Carolina, dense fog is common during the cooler months, especially in the early mornings. Reduced visibility coupled with the congestion of rush hour is a dangerous combination, and people who do not know how to drive in heavy fog pose a risk to everyone on the road around them. […]
Hurricane season is in full swing in South Carolina, and more people are stocking up on the essentials like gasoline, water, and nonperishable foods. Preparing your home for a looming storm and any potential damage is second nature for most families in the southeast, but what about your vehicle? […]
You may have noticed a lot more deer on the roadways lately because the middle of mating season is fast approaching. According to the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (DNR), the mating season for white-tailed deer extends from the end of August to early January. […]
Labor Day weekend is one of the busiest holidays for road travel. Families all over the country use the three-day weekend to get in one last trip before the responsibilities of the new academic year overwhelm them. […]
Car accidents can have life-changing consequences for everyone involved. Victims often face expensive medical bills and time off work, which can threaten their families’ finances. Drivers who cause collisions may have to pay a veritable fortune to cover the damages.
Did Your Infant Suffer a Brachial Plexus Injury during Birth? Greenville Injury Lawyer Discusses the Symptoms
The brachial plexus is a network of nerves that send signals from the spine to the shoulders, arms and hands. Newborns can sustain brachial plexus injuries if doctors or nurses are forceful during the delivery. Sometimes this constitutes medical negligence, in which case the mother may have grounds for an injury lawsuit.
Did your teen recently receive his or her driver’s license? As a parent, giving your child the keys to a vehicle can seem overwhelming, but there are steps you can take to improve his or her safety. In particular, purchasing a vehicle with a high safety rating can help your teen avoid injuries if the worst happens.
If you were injured by a negligent driver, then you have the right to pursue a civil claim against him or her, according to the South Carolina Legislature. However, you must be able to prove that the liable party did not act as a reasonable person would have in the same conditions. This is where an accident attorney may be able to help.