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South Carolina car accidents: bus hits truck causing injuries

The South Carolina Highway Patrol is currently investigating a crash that resulted in injuries. According to reports, a pickup was struck by a bus, trapping the truck driver in the vehicle. Car accidents such at this are likely to leave victims with various questions, some of which may include: who is liable for the crash, and can I seek compensation?

South Carolina criminal defense: DUI charges filed after accident

A South Carolina man is facing criminal charges for an accident in which two children were reportedly injured. Police believe this individual was impaired at the time of the crash. A strategic criminal defense will, more than likely, help the accused in confronting the charges and seeking the best possible resolution to this matter.

How are fatal car accidents investigated in South Carolina?

Losing a loved one in a fatal crash is devastating. There is always, and understandably so, the need to know how and why such car accidents occur. Unfortunately, investigating fatal collisions, whether in South Carolina or elsewhere, takes time and can seem unbearable to surviving family members. However, even though the investigative process may be lengthy, it is worth it in the end, as rushing though this process may result in inaccurate findings.

State law can be tough on those accused of drug crimes

There is no questioning how seriously law enforcement officials in South Carolina treat drug crimes. Anyone found involved in a drug crime in any way could face serious penalties according to state law. An individual who stands accused of this type of activity is likely to benefit from the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney who knows and understands how the system works and will do everything possible to achieve an optimal result for the client.

South Carolina felony DUI: Man charged after fatal crash

A young man was recently arrested and charged with regard to a crash that resulted in the death of a teenage girl. Police believe that the accused was impaired at the time of the incident. As such, in accordance with the laws of South Carolina, this individual is facing a felony DUI charge.

Family members of crash victims often sustain significant damages

A motorcycle crash that results in fatality can, understandably, place a great deal of stress on the victim's family. The emotional and monetary damages can simply seem overwhelming. Those in South Carolina who have lost a loved one in such a crash -- if negligence is suspected -- may pursue legal claims against the person or persons believed accountable.

Can damages be sought for brain injuries?

Injuries to the head are common occurrences in South Carolina and nationwide. Hundreds of people die daily because of brain injuries, and many more endure temporary or permanent disabilities as a result. Those who have been injured or lost loved ones due to this are likely to have numerous questions. One such question may be whether a claim for monetary damages can sought?

South Carolina criminal defense: charges filed after accident

A woman in South Carolina is facing charges after she was involved in a collision with a police officer. Law enforcement officials claim the woman was driving while impaired at the time of the crash. As a DUI charge is something that can carry significant penalties, a strategic criminal defense may prove helpful in resolving this case in a way that best suits the interests of the accused.

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