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Monthly Archives: October 2020


Victim’s Family Sues Driver of Pickup Truck Involved in Fatal Shelter Cove Crash

By The Stanley Law Group |

Nervous drivers regard left turns onto major roads with trepidation. Sometimes there is no break in the traffic flow when there is an obvious chance to turn, and eventually you have to summon the courage to turn and just hope that the other drivers slow down for you. Many accidents happen when a car… Read More »

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Clarendon County Pedestrian Dies After Being Struck by Car

By The Stanley Law Group |

In the first two thirds of 2020, 578 people have died in traffic accidents in South Carolina. Ninety of the victims were pedestrians, which means that approximately one out of every six people killed in car accidents was not driving or riding in a car at the time of the crash. The human body… Read More »

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Eight Things to Do After a Car Accident and Two Things Not to Do

By The Stanley Law Group |

Of all the people who contact car accident lawyers after getting injured in a car accident, only a small fraction of them will go to trial. In most cases, it is possible to resolve your financial disputes after a car accident without going to trial. How favorable of an outcome the lawyer can get… Read More »

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Orangeburg County Family Gets Settlement After Child Dies in Car Accident on Way Home from Wedding

By The Stanley Law Group |

By all accounts, Kavontea Shuler’s death was preventable. He died in a car accident at age seven; the family friend who was driving the car was at fault for the accident. First responders arrived at the scene of the accident promptly, but medical professionals did not approach his case with the urgency it deserved,… Read More »

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New Technology Could Prevent Drunk Driving Accidents by Enabling Cars to Refuse to Let Drunk People Drive Them

By The Stanley Law Group |

Today, all 50 states have laws against drunk driving, which almost every state, including South Carolina, defines as a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.08 percent. Drunk driving laws are one of the main reasons that traffic fatalities declined sharply in the 1980s and have never gone back to where they were before these… Read More »

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