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Cracks in Concrete or Bricks – Soil Settlement Cracks Versus Shrinkage Cracks

Cracks in concrete or masonry are common signs of damage to a home from soil settlement. However, not all cracks in concrete or masonry are the result of soil settlement….

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When Are You Liable For Another Person’s Driving?

Generally, the person who causes a motor vehicle collision in South Carolina is responsible for any injuries or damages that may occur. There are situations, however, that can make you…

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How to Start the Workers’ Compensation Process in South Carolina

Most employers must carry workers’ compensation insurance, so if you are injured on the job in South Carolina, you can get workers’ compensation benefits. However, you must follow certain procedures…

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Charleston car accident attorney

What If the At-Fault Driver in South Carolina is Uninsured?

Drivers in South Carolina must carry liability insurance — at least $25,000 for property damage, $25,000 for bodily injury and death to one person, and $50,000 for bodily injury and…

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construction defect lawyer

Common Defects in New Homes

Common construction defects in new homes include: Water leaking through windows, walls or roof; Foundation cracks; Cracks in bricks, concrete and drywall; Diagonal cracks above windows and doors, and doors…

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Charleston workers' compensation lawyer

How Much Is a South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Claim Worth

Workers’ compensation benefits are based on what is called a worker’s average weekly wage. In most cases, a worker’s earning for the prior year are divided by 52 but there…

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