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Increase In Running Red Lights Is Causing More Injuries And Fatalities In South Carolina

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

A recent study conducted by AAA found that more people are speeding through yellow and red lights than ever before in South Carolina. While it may seem like a habit to try and make it through a yellow light instead of coming to a stop, this is a dangerous thing to have normalized, and… Read More »

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Can I Sue For An Accident In South Carolina If I was Partly Responsible?

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

This is a question that we hear a lot. Despite common misconceptions, many accidents are not so clear cut that all blame can be squarely placed on one driver. Although some states do require a pure form of negligence where there is no margin for error with regard to the impacted parties, South Carolina… Read More »

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Truck Traveling 105 mph In Wrong Direction On Charleston Highway Collides With 5 Cars

By Gus Anastopoulo Law Firm |

The South Carolina Highway Patrol Multidisciplinary Accident Investigation Team has determined that a truck was traveling at over twice the posted speed limit on Goose Creek Boulevard in North Charleston when it collided with five other vehicles, resulting in two fatal wrecks. The posted speed limit on Goose Creek Boulevard is 50 miles per… Read More »

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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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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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