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Can You Sue for Bad Faith in South Carolina?

By Fuller Law, LLC |

You rely on insurance to be there for you when facing a crisis. Perhaps a pipe burst in your home and you need insurance to cover the damage. Or, maybe you were in a car accident that was not your fault and you need the other driver’s insurer to provide coverage for your injuries… Read More »

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Common Dog Bite Injuries

By Fuller Law, LLC |

For many people, dogs are a part of the family. Even the most loyal and friendly dogs, though, can bite. When they do, they leave behind some of the most serious injuries. Dog bite injuries can range from minor cuts and bruises to permanent scarring and disfigurement. Regardless of the injuries you suffered, it… Read More »

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What is Fair Compensation in Eminent Domain Cases?

By Fuller Law, LLC |

Under the U.S. Constitution, the government is prohibited from seizing private property for public use without first providing the landowner with fair compensation. Determining what exactly constitutes ‘fair compensation’ in eminent domain cases is anything but straightforward, though. Below, our Daniel Island condemnation lawyer outlines what fair market value is, and how it is… Read More »

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Risk Factors for Nursing Home Financial Abuse

By Fuller Law, LLC |

Financial abuse occurs in nursing homes when a resident is financially exploited, typically by a facility staff member. Any form of nursing home abuse is egregious, but financial abuse is particularly damaging. Financial abuse can completely diminish a nursing home resident’s life savings that they worked so hard to establish. Some nursing home residents… Read More »

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How Does the Law in South Carolina Protect Home Buyers from Construction Defects?

By Fuller Law, LLC |

You have just purchased your dream home. The property includes everything you have ever wanted, and you are excited about settling into it. Then, you discover a construction defect that may possibly destroy the structure of your home, and affect its resale value. Fortunately, the law protects home purchasers from construction defects in a… Read More »

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FAQs About Eminent Domain

By Fuller Law, LLC |

All property owners in South Carolina may be impacted by eminent domain law at some point. Eminent domain is a legal process in which the federal, state, or local government can seize private property for the use of the public, but government entities must provide compensation to the property owner in these cases. Navigating… Read More »

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Types of Visitors in Premises Liability Claims

By Fuller Law, LLC |

Premises liability is an area of personal injury law that holds property owners liable when someone becomes hurt on their premises. Property owners have a legal obligation to guests and they must regularly inspect their premises and correct hazardous conditions. Still, the law in South Carolina separates visitors into four different categories. Property owners… Read More »

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5 Common Mistakes to Avoid when Filing a Car Accident Claim

By Fuller Law, LLC |

Being involved in a car accident will have a huge impact on your life. At best, you may lose your main form of transportation. In the worst of situations, you may be left with a permanent injury that seriously affects your quality of life. When someone else was to blame for the crash, you… Read More »

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Red Flags to Watch For in New Construction

By Fuller Law, LLC |

Building a new home is extremely exciting. You have the opportunity to make customizations you have always dreamed of, and you can create a space you have always dreamed of. Unfortunately, the construction process does not always go smoothly. There are many different types of defects that can occur during the construction process. Worse,… Read More »

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Steps to Take After a Bicycle Accident

By Fuller Law, LLC |

A bicycle accident is rarely an accident. Instead, these crashes are usually caused by negligent drivers who make poor choices on the road and they are usually totally preventable. Bicycle accidents also often cause cyclists to suffer some of the most serious injuries. If you have been hurt, you likely have the right to… Read More »

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