South Carolina Personal Injury Law Articles
It can be hard to know where to turn when you are looking for reliable information about pursuing a personal injury claim in South Carolina.
You may be wondering whether you should accept the insurance company’s settlement offer or hire an attorney to negotiate on your behalf. The Derrick Law Firm's website has many informative articles regarding many of the questions you may have about your claim.
We offer articles on a wide range of subjects from the personal injury legal process to workers' compensation questions and beyond. Browse our free legal library to learn more about car, truck, and motorcycle accidents—as well as other kinds of personal injury claims—in South Carolina.
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What is a Traumatic Brain Injury? A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is caused by a blow or jolt to the head or a penetrating head injury that disrupts the normal function of the brain.
Biggest Mistakes Made by Injured Victims When someone is injured by the negligence or recklessness of someone else, they enter into an arena in which they have no prior knowledge or understanding.
Child Passenger Safety How to Best Protect Children in Cars CDC's Child Passenger Safety Fact Sheet is provided to show the number of personal injuries and wrongful deaths sustained by children in cars as well as the best ways to avoid or minimize the children's injuries.
10 Things To Do after an accident The top 10 things you should do after an accident to protect your family's health and livelihood. Being honest and compliant with your doctors is very important. Also, do not sign anything or give a recorded statement before understanding the consequences of doing so.
Why You Need to Purchase Auto Insurance to Protect Your Family If a car or truck accident occurs, minimal insurance coverage will not pay for all the medical bills and lost wages that may occur. Derrick Law Firm can advise.
What insurance coverage do I need for my car? All vehicles are required to have insurance coverage in the event of an accident. When there is an accident, having no insurance leaves others with no money to cover their injuries, medical bills, loss of wages or damages.