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Can I sue the road contractor in South Carolina for my accident?

The short answer is yes, in some cases.If an accident was caused in whole or in part by the condition of a …

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Who Is Responsible When I Get Hit By A Drunk Driver In South Carolina?

After a collision with a drunk driver, many assume that the intoxicated party assumes all responsibility for the …

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What steps do I take after a burn/electrical injury in South Carolina?

When one suffers a burn or electrical injury, one of the most important things they can do is seek the best doctor …

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Can I go to jail for fraud in South Carolina?

The short answer is that, yes, jail or prison is absolutely a possibility. Both state and federal authorities take …

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What are the penalties for federal drug crimes in South Carolina?

The penalties depend on a number of factors. The short answer is that serious jail or prison time is a …

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What is considered a felony DUI in South Carolina?

Most DUI arrests are charged as misdemeanors. But under South Carolina law, driving under the influence is …

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What counts as “drug trafficking” under South Carolina law?

The term “drug trafficking” is misunderstood. It does not necessarily involve drug deals, smuggling or …

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Can I sue my business partner in South Carolina?

In South Carolina as in most states, there are many different types of business arrangements. Understanding …

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