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Can I Sue Someone for Driving Drunk in South Carolina?

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

Vehicle collisions can be completely catastrophic to a person’s way of life. Even apart from the risk of serious injury, a car crash can derail everything from a person’s career, family life and routines to their physical and mental health. For this reason, a vehicle collision is particularly infuriating when you did nothing to… Read More »

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What is My South Carolina Personal Injury Claim Worth?

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

Suffering an injury due to another’s negligence can be a life-altering and deeply frustrating experience. It is fundamentally unfair that you should have to suffer the consequences of someone else’s carelessness. In the aftermath of such an accident, a personal injury lawsuit may be the last thing on your mind. But as medical bills… Read More »

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Can Mindfulness Help You Avoid Slip-and-Fall Accidents?

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

Slips and falls are a major cause of injury and death in the United States. There are many things that can contribute to a slip or fall, from cleaning materials to a leaking roof. However, a recent study indicates that practicing mindfulness may enable us to better avoid these dangers. The idea is that… Read More »

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Injuries, Fatality in North Charleston Multi-Vehicle Collision

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

A 46-year-old South Carolina man was killed as the result of a multi-vehicle crash on I-26 near mile marker 187. Charleston Police reported that the crash was prompted by a tractor trailer, which rear-ended a Chevrolet Malibu, provoking a domino-type effect, causing multiple additional vehicles to be struck, including a van, Ford Ranger, Nissan… Read More »

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Proving Negligence in South Carolina

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

If you or a loved one have been injured or even killed due to another party’s negligence, you may be feeling overwhelmed and unsure of your options. However, you do not have to shoulder the burden alone. An experienced Charleston personal injury lawyer can zealously advocate on your behalf and help you navigate the… Read More »

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Injured on Someone’s Property in South Carolina? Here’s What You Need to Know

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

Premises liability may not be a familiar phrase, but the concept is simple: it’s an action alleging that another party is responsible for an injury that occurred on their property. The responsibility of the party who owns the property is determined by a number of factors, including, why the injured individual was on their… Read More »

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You May be Running Out of Time to Bring Your Medical Malpractice Claim

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

If you or a loved one have been injured or even suffered death due to a medical provider’s negligence, you are not alone. In fact, it is estimated that 10% of fatalities in the United States are caused by medical errors or mistakes. According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, medical negligence… Read More »

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Drunk Driver Responsible for Spartanburg County Accident, Killing One and Injuring Another

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

The South Carolina Highway Patrol reported earlier this week that Byron Smith, 24, from Upstate, had been charged with felony DUI with regard to a head-on collision that left one man dead and a woman injured. Unfortunately, these kinds of incidents are not uncommon. South Carolina has more drunk driving accidents than any other… Read More »

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Can I Sue for a Motorcycle Accident if I Wasn’t Wearing a Helmet?

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

With a great climate, long stretches of highway, and some incredible views, it’s no surprise that motorcyclists love to ride in South Carolina. However, the freedom of riding sometimes comes at a cost, with over 1,700 motorcycle collisions last year. Does South Carolina law require motorcyclists to wear helmets? South Carolina law requires helmets… Read More »

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Charleston Named One of Most Dangerous Cities to Drive in Nationwide

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

A recent study found that Charleston, South Carolina, is the fifth most dangerous city to drive in in the nation. The study found that a whopping 30% of licensed Charleston drivers have received a speeding ticket, been found at fault in a vehicle accident, or have a DUI violation. In a single night last… Read More »

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