Injury Attorneys on Caring for Accident Victims

If someone you have has been injured, you may be feeling scared and overwhelmed. Not only do you have to continue to care for your home, your kids, and your self, but you now have someone who needs your help. Because it may be difficult to anticipate the needs of accident victims, here are some…

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The South Carolina Collateral Source Rule

Individuals who have suffered injuries as a result of another party’s negligence will often receive more unsolicited advice than they know what to do with. One piece of advice that is sometimes heard is that you cannot recover damages for your injuries if your insurance company or some other source is already providing reimbursement. This…

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Personal Injury Terms & Definitions

Personal injury — What is it exactly? The term “personal injury” is used to describe any injury, physical or mental, that occurred because of someone’s intentional actions or negligence, or strict liability. Columbia injury attorneys share more about personal injury: Reasons for Personal Injury Intentional actions: someone hurts you on purpose. This includes assault, battery,…

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Are You Hurt? Do You Know How To Get Help? What Do You Do Next?

Are you hurt? Do you know how to get help? What should you do next?   Those are just the basics, but there are many more questions you’ll encounter after suffering a personal injury. You’ll even face confusing questions from sources with intentions to help you, but to get the best treatment you need an experienced guide.   Columbia…

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Follow These 3 Tips To Help Your Attorney With Your Case

If you have hired a team of Columbia car accident lawyers to help you with your case, you are probably looking forward to having the situation handled the right way. Your lawyers should handle most things for you, but there are ways that you can help make your case a successful one. For example, you can help…

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Seminar Outline

The National Business Institute asked me to speak on issues regarding subrogation and how they impact personal injury settlements. We have collaborated on an outline for the seminar. It is set forth below. I. MEDICAL BILLS, STATUTORY and CONTRACTUAL LIENS, AND NEGOTIATION – Edwin Turnage A. Typical Bodily Injury Releases and Indemnification B. Payments to…

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Settlements for Minors

Often, a child is injured in a motor vehicle collision. When this happens, a mother or father may seek recovery of damages on behalf of the child, or minor. When and if a settlement on behalf of a minor is reached, the money that is delivered on the child’s behalf, often to the mom or…

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