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Monthly Archives: August 2023

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Golf Course And Mini Golf Accidents

By The Stanley Law Group |

Some retirees aspire to spend as much time on the golf course as possible, and in many parts of South Carolina, the weather is appropriate for golf year-round.  For families with kids who do not have the attention span to follow a ball across 18 holes on a golf course, miniature golf is a… Read More »

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Depositions In Personal Injury Lawsuits

By The Stanley Law Group |

Out of context, it sounds scary when someone tells you that you are about to be deposed.  It is one of those SAT words, if you are old enough to remember when the SAT had vocabulary questions, that could mean anything, a Frankenstein’s monster of Latin roots randomly assembled.  Your lawyer might as well… Read More »

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Causes Of Single Vehicle Motorcycle Accidents

By The Stanley Law Group |

In August 2022, a Cherokee County man was killed in a single vehicle accident when he lost control of his bike on S.C. Highway 150 North and slid down an embankment.  According to the Cherokee County coroner, the victim was driving at high speed, which is probably what caused him to lose control of… Read More »

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Can Car Accidents Cause Degenerative Disc Disease?

By The Stanley Law Group |

Doctors may learn in medical school that back pain is never a life-threatening emergency, but severe, chronic back pain is seriously disruptive to your daily activities and negatively affects your quality of life.  One of the most common causes of chronic back pain is degenerative disc disease.  It can affect the uppermost vertebrae, causing… Read More »

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South Carolina Motorcycle Laws

By The Stanley Law Group |

Now that summer is almost here, motorcycles are becoming a frequent sight on the roads of South Carolina.  Whether you are taking in the scent of the sea breeze or enjoying scenic country roads, South Carolina is one of the most delightful places to ride a motorcycle.  You should be aware of South Carolina’s… Read More »

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Social Media And Your Car Accident Claim

By The Stanley Law Group |

It is easy to blame social media for everything.  You can attribute your low self-esteem to the fact that your former classmates keep posting pictures of their perfect bodies and their perfect lives, and you can’t help but feel inferior, even if it is fake.  Speaking of fake, there are so many false rumors… Read More »

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Should You Report A Minor Car Accident To The Police?

By The Stanley Law Group |

If, after a collision, you can drive your car to pull over on the side of the road and walk to the other car to ask if anyone was injured, you know that you have avoided the worst-case scenario.  You should exchange contact information with the other driver and take pictures of each other’s… Read More »

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Be Safe, No Matter Where You Swim

By The Stanley Law Group |

If you know how to swim, you have already substantially lowered your risk of accidental death.  In South Carolina, you are never very far from a source of water, whether it is a river, a lake, or the Atlantic Ocean.  Swimming pools and public beaches are the safest place to swim, but some people… Read More »

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