South Carolina Is an At-Fault State: What It Means

If another driver’s negligence causes you to be injured in a car accident, it can leave you in a state …

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South Carolina Personal Injury Statute of Limitations

Personal injury claims are challenging legal matters, but they are also an important means of obtaining the compensation needed to …

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Can a Car Accident Cause a Herniated Disc?

Neck and back injuries in a car accident can be debilitating and take away from your quality of life. A …

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Internal Injuries From Car Accidents

Not every car accident injury is visible. While visible injuries are certainly dangerous, internal injuries are silently harming your body. …

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Who’s at Fault for a T-Bone Car Accident in South Carolina?

T-bone crashes are among the most dangerous types of car crashes. A T-bone accident, also known as a side-impact crash, …

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First Impressions: What to Expect During Your Consultation

Think of your initial consultation as an introduction to our law firm – like a solid handshake and a friendly smile. Our clients often leave feeling more hopeful than when they arrived, informed and ready to tackle the next steps. We strive to make each potential client feel comfortable and cared for by offering the kind of attentive service you’d expect from your hometown lawyer.

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No Snooze, You Lose: The Dangers of Drowsy Driving

From everyday stress to overnight work shifts, there are no shortage of reasons why Americans often do not get enough …

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Making Your Claim: Do’s & Don’ts of Personal Injury Cases

If a serious accident left you injured, your next steps will make a major impact on your future. Even a small error could dramatically influence the outcome of your claim. The personal injury attorneys at West Law Firm can offer the guidance you need to make the right moves – and maximize the compensation you receive.

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Need to Know: Preventing Nursing Home Abuse

About 1.4 million Americans reside in nursing homes, putting a significant portion of the population at risk for abuse at the hands of overworked, undertrained caregivers. As the population ages, more and more elderly individuals will require care – and unless things change, the rate of nursing home abuse will continue to rise.

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