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Monthly Archives: July 2023

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Maximizing Your Chances Of Success In A Slip And Fall Lawsuit

By The Stanley Law Group |

During your initial conversation with a personal injury lawyer, the lawyer will probably mention that most personal injury cases do not go to trial.  A more likely scenario is that your lawyer will negotiate with the party responsible for your injuries until that party offers you a big enough settlement to cover your accident-related… Read More »

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Does The Age Of The Vehicles Involved Affect Your Car Accident Claim?

By The Stanley Law Group |

When you file an insurance claim after a car accident, the insurance claims adjusters try to get to the bottom of all the reasons for the accident.  Many collisions are the result of several contributing factors, not just one.  In some cases, the at fault driver failed to yield the right of way or… Read More »

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Procrastination Is Your Worst Enemy After A Car Accident

By The Stanley Law Group |

Haste makes waste, but procrastination makes missed opportunities.  How much better would your grades in school have been if you had gotten started earlier on your assignments?  How much less could you have paid for plane tickets and hotel reservations if you had booked them sooner?  The one who got away might even have… Read More »

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Collisions Between A Car And A Bicycle

By The Stanley Law Group |

Riding a bicycle is one of the healthiest and least risky types of exercise.  Commuting to work by bike or running errands by bike is economical and environmentally friendly.  Collisions between a bicycle and a motor vehicle can be devastating.  Traffic laws require cars to share the road safely with bicycles on certain streets;… Read More »

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Three York County Teens Injured In Single Vehicle Accident While Fleeing From Police

By The Stanley Law Group |

Driving at excessively high speeds increases the risk of a collision, and the faster the vehicles are traveling at the time of a collision, the more serious the resulting injuries are likely to be.  South Carolina law defines reckless driving as driving at least 25 miles per hour faster than the legal speed limit. … Read More »

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Staying Safe While Riding A Motorcycle In A Residential Area

By The Stanley Law Group |

Last November, Randy Carter of Elgin and Tami Brown of Lexington County were riding on Carter’s motorcycle in a residential area of Smyrna Road in Columbia.  They were in a northbound lane when a Chevrolet SUV pulled out of a driveway.  Carter was unable to avoid a collision, and he struck the SUV on… Read More »

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Rollover Accidents

By The Stanley Law Group |

Rollover accidents, where a vehicle overturns and lands on its side or its roof, account for about three percent of all accidents but more than a third of accidents that involve fatalities.  People who are new to driving SUVs and pickup trucks sometimes worry about the risk of rollover accidents, but the size and… Read More »

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Does The Victim’s Age Affect The Amount Of Damages In A Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

By The Stanley Law Group |

In a wrongful death lawsuit, the victim’s family sues the person who caused the accident for economic and noneconomic damages.  The noneconomic damages are for the plaintiffs’ loss of a family member and the victim’s suffering because of the accident before he or she died.  The economic damages are for funeral expenses and for… Read More »

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