Rear-End Collisions in North Carolina

Rear-end accidents or collisions are one of the most common and dangerous types of car accidents.  If you have been rear-ended by another vehicle, you may have a good case for recovering personal injury damages, including damages for medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages or loss of earning potential. A rear-end accident occurs … Read more

The Role of Expert Witnesses in a Personal Injury Case

Should pre-trial negotiation attempts fail to end in a reasonable settlement, a personal injury case will go to trial.  At this point, it becomes the burden of the plaintiff to demonstrate, by a preponderance of the evidence, that each element of a valid negligence claim is present.  Otherwise, the plaintiff will not prevail in a … Read more

Bringing a Products Liability Claim in South Carolina

Products liability law can be a confusing area of law to understand, in part because products liability claims can be brought under three different and distinct legal theories, called “causes of action.”  These theories are: negligence, strict liability, and breach of warranty.  Although there are similarities between these causes of action, there are also important … Read more

What Damages Are Available in a Medical Malpractice Case in South Carolina?

If you or a loved one has been a victim of medical malpractice in South Carolina, you may be wondering what damages you are entitled to.  Medical malpractice is an area of law that differs greatly from state to state.  This is particularly true with regard to medical malpractice damages because many states have special … Read more

How Late is Too Late to Bring a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

One common concern for injury victims is whether they waited too long to bring a personal injury lawsuit.  There are many reasons for not bringing a lawsuit immediately after an accident occurs.  For example, you may want to wait to find out the total cost of your medical bills. You may be too busy dealing … Read more

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