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Common Types of Dog Bites Injuries

By Fuller Law, LLC |

A dog bite or attack can take many forms and result in a number of different injuries. While these injuries all differ from each other, they also have many similarities. They are all serious and they also can all result in many complications. Below, our Daniel Island personal injury lawyer outlines the most common… Read More »

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What is the Time Limit on Car Accident Claims in South Carolina?

By Fuller Law, LLC |

In South Carolina, tort law governs car accidents in the state. This means that after a crash, you must file a claim with the at-fault driver’s insurance company to receive compensation. As in all states, there is a time limit on these cases in South Carolina. Below, our Daniel Island car accident lawyer explains… Read More »

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Common Causes of Slip and Fall Accidents

By Fuller Law, LLC |

Many people have slipped and fallen at some point in their lives. In many instances, these accidents are minor and do not result in serious injuries. Other times, though, slip and falls have catastrophic results for accident victims. They can cause traumatic brain injuries, broken bones, and other severe harm. Injured individuals often think… Read More »

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FAQs About Nursing Home Abuse

By Fuller Law, LLC |

Making the decision to admit a loved one into a nursing home is very difficult. Nursing home abuse is a real concern and you are likely worried about if your loved one will receive the care they need. Although no one wants to think about it, understanding nursing home abuse is important so you… Read More »

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Important South Carolina Bicycle Laws to Know

By Fuller Law, LLC |

Daniel Island, and the rest of South Carolina, is a great place to get around by bicycle. While cycling is a great form of exercise and an environmentally-friendly mode of transportation, cyclists face many dangers on the road. Legislators in South Carolina have enacted many laws over the years in an effort to protect… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions About Car Accidents in South Carolina

By Fuller Law, LLC |

Car accidents are traumatic and it is natural to feel confused afterward. You may wonder how long it will take to recover from the serious injuries you suffered, and how you will pay your medical bills if you cannot return to work right away. It is natural to have questions and to obtain the… Read More »

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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?

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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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