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Monthly Archives: April 2020

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Personal Injury Cases and Traumatic Brain Injury

By The Stanley Law Group |

Many serious personal injury cases such as car accidents, trucking accidents, biking accidents, slip and fall cases, nursing home abuse and neglect cases, dog bite cases, or even pedestrian accidents result in traumatic brain injuries. Unfortunately, traumatic brain injuries (TBI) may be life-threatening and severe. Understanding how to determine if you may have a… Read More »

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Personal Injury Cases and COVID-19

By The Stanley Law Group |

If you were injured due to someone else’s negligence and filed a personal injury case in the state of South Carolina, or if you were recently in an accident and you are wondering if you should file a personal injury case, you should understand how the COVID-19 global pandemic is affecting the court systems… Read More »

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Preserving Evidence in Trucking Accident Cases

By The Stanley Law Group |

If you ever attempt to pursue a claim for any type of injury, you need to build a strong case. If you were injured in an accident with any kind of a commercial truck, you have a small window of time to obtain critical evidence necessary to prove your claim. If you are facing… Read More »

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Automobile Defect Accidents

By The Stanley Law Group |

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the National Motor Vehicle Crash Causation Survey show that over 44,000 car accidents happen every year as a direct result of manufacturing defects on vehicle parts and components. While millions of vehicles are recalled every year due to manufacturing defects and design flaws that could result… Read More »

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Can a Passenger Sue a Driver in a Car Accident Personal Injury Case?

By The Stanley Law Group |

The short answer is yes, a passenger can sue a driver in a car accident if the driver was negligent. You may feel hesitant to file a claim regarding your medical bills, lost wages or pain and suffering because the driver may be a family member or a friend. However, as a passenger, you… Read More »

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Car Accidents Due to Unsafe Lane Changes

By The Stanley Law Group |

There are many reasons for car accidents, but one of the most common causes is due to unsafe lane changes by a vehicle from one lane crossing over into another lane traveling in the same direction. Inattention and negligence are typically the root cause of such accidents, and statistics show that one-tenth of all… Read More »

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Seeking Medical Attention After a Car Accident

By The Stanley Law Group |

You should always seek immediate medical attention following a car accident, even if you do not feel your injuries are serious. With over 6 million car accidents in the United States yearly since 2014, nearly 2 million accidents result in injuries. In many cases, victims do not feel that their injuries warrant immediate attention,… Read More »

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Escalator Injuries

By The Stanley Law Group |

Escalators are part of our daily lives, and most people do not think twice about stepping on to them. However, shocking statistics from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and Consumer Product Safety Commission show that over 17,000 people every year are injured on escalators and 30 people die. Escalator accidents are more common… Read More »

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