I slipped on a beer in the store on the floor and slipped and actually I think I broke my toe. I got up and told the lady at work about it and went on my way. Now my toe is hurting I believe I broken it. Can I get a lawsuit for this
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. An attorney would be in a better position to answer your question after investigating the circumstances surrounding the accident, medical records for your injuries, and evidence that was available to support...Read more »
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a GENERAL matter, some fines do not require the element of intent. They could be classified as strict liability offenses, which means that the person could be fined regardless of whether they acted...Read more »
I panicked and I cut my tongue and gums tryin to remove it..I'm also legally blind and can't tell what it is.. I still don't know..someone with terrible vision shouldn't have to be afraid to eat..and now I haven't eaten since yesterday..this happened in pickens south Carolina.
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a weeks. I'm sorry you went through such an ordeal. With these types of cases, it would depend on the extent of damages. If the damages are brief and quickly passing, many law firms could be reluctant about taking such...Read more »
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. As a general matter, if his vehicle was insured, that should be the primary source of covering the other side's claims for damages. A South Carolina attorney familiar with the operation of state laws for...Read more »
A South Carolina attorney could answer best, but your post remains open for a week. As a GENERAL matter in ANY jurisdiction, it could depend on the restriction. Nationwide, Departments of Motor Vehicles enforce different classes of restrictions, covering things such as hearing aids, shoulder...Read more »
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. If you were injured, you could consult with an attorney as to assessing and investigating the accident. Not every premises fall gives rise to a claim. It generally hinges on whether there was some form of...Read more »
Before you settle your claim, I highly suggest you at least have a brief consultation with a local attorney. Most should be willing to give you advice on an hourly basis if you want to try and handle settlement negotiations on your own (although, I don't recommend that generally)....Read more »
My dad was in a car accident that was not his fault about a year ago where the air bag did not deploy. There were no recalls and he suffered serious injuries due to this . There were lawyers working on the case, but my dad recently passed away due to the lung issues he was having and for some... Read more »
His insurance company doesn’t want to file under his UIM cause the police officer didn’t put that information about the boat seat in the report. However the officer did state it in the newspaper and he took pictures at the scene. My son also has witnesses. What does he need to do?
I hope your son is okay. This is really a question that a South Carolina attorney could handle best, but your post remains open for four weeks. The long answer to your question involves examining the results of the crash site investigation. contacting those witnesses and gathering other evidence....Read more »
I am very sorry to hear of your loss. I agree with the other answer but I also wanted to share that you need to find an attorney as soon as you can, after doing your due diligence. You are going to need to subpoena a lot of documents and talk to the witnesses and get their deposition before their...Read more »
sc rules state that ebikes can go on paths, but our paths are for residents getting exercise who are generally 60+, children on bikes, residents with pets, casual bicylers, etc . we want to restrict bikes to the street and not the paths. can you help?
It sounds like the insurance company along with its representatives may have failed to have you sign the release. If they ask you to sign it, I would suggest you do so. Any court will make you sign it. Otherwise, there really is no issue although you cannot again make another claim. That would be...Read more »
If you have not appeared, either on your own or through your attorney, in this matter since the time you posted this question, you should consult with a South Carolina attorney to find out what the current disposition of the matter is. Unfortunately, not responding or appearing in an action could...Read more »
You should call a local injury lawyer and discuss your case with them. Even if the ticket was dropped, you may still be at fault for the accident in a civil case. The criminal court and the civil court are two different worlds. Your case involves a very fact specific inquiry. It is possible...Read more »
I was hit by two trucks on my motorcycle waiting at a stoplight in January. I sustained spine injuries and my motorcycle was totaled. I retained an attorney three days after the accident and have yet to have settled the claim. In addition to the lack of sense of urgency my attorney is very... Read more »
This is a very sensitive subject. It is unfortunate that you feel this way, especially concerning such a severe case. It is best for you to speak with another attorney who is licensed to handle similar cases in South Carolina.
Numerous mobile home units are neglected from repairs. There are units with water damage, units that are rotting, units that are literally falling apart, and huge pest infection throughout whole MHP which in some units living point blank is impossible. Yet homes still get rented out.
that was backing up. An officer came and cited me as the contributer to the accident. The driver that hit me did not get cited. I have injuries, can I file a claim against his insurance for pain and suffering and loss of some wages? Workers comp is involved as well
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