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Costly Mistakes when Filing a Car Accident Claim

By Fuller Law, LLC |

Car accidents are extremely stressful. Afterward, it is natural to feel disoriented, confused, and unsure of what to do next. South Carolina law follows tort, or at-fault law, after a car crash. This means that you may be able to file a claim against the negligent, or careless, driver that caused your accident. However,… Read More »

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Can You Be Partly Liable for an Accident on Another Person’s Property?

By Fuller Law, LLC |

All property owners in South Carolina are responsible for maintaining their premises and keeping their property in a sanitary condition to keep people safe. When they fail to do this and somebody becomes hurt as a result, property owners can be held liable. As in all personal injury cases, though, there are times when… Read More »

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Construction Defect Claims for Breach of Contract vs. Negligence

By Fuller Law, LLC |

It is not uncommon for homebuyers to purchase a property from a developer before a home is actually constructed. Builders describe the home’s size, appearance, and amenities to potential buyers and purchasers sign an agreement based on this description. However, for buyers, this does not always work out. For example, imagine you signed an… Read More »

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What to Do if Your Personal Injury Claim is Denied

By Fuller Law, LLC |

You have been injured in an accident that was no fault of your own. You expect to file a claim with the at-fault party’s insurance company to recover the compensation you need to cover your medical expenses, lost income, and more. After filing your claim, though, you are shocked when the insurance company denies… Read More »

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Waiving Consequential Damages has Consequences

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Often, one of the most contentious parts of negotiating a construction contract is the waiver of consequential damages. Many property owners see the waiver within the contract and believe that this is a standard in the industry and so, they accept it and sign the document. This can cause very serious problems in the… Read More »

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FAQs About Premises Liability Law

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In South Carolina, premises liability is a legal concept that holds business and property owners liable for accidents that happen on their property. In some cases, tenants and land occupiers can also be held liable under the law. Premises liability cases are complicated and when an accident happens, victims often have many questions. Below,… Read More »

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Four Myths About Nursing Home Abuse in South Carolina

By Fuller Law, LLC |

Making the decision to admit a loved one into a nursing home is very difficult. You want to trust that your loved one will receive the quality care and support they deserve. Unfortunately, abuse and neglect does occur in these facilities. To make the matter worse, there are many myths and misconceptions regarding nursing… Read More »

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Are Drivers Always Liable for a Pedestrian Accident?

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Accidents between vehicles and pedestrians are particularly dangerous due to the size and weight of cars, trucks, and other vehicles. When a vehicle crashes into someone crossing the street, it is always the pedestrian who will suffer the most severe injuries. However, this does not always mean that drivers are liable, or at fault,… Read More »

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Common Types of Dog Bites Injuries

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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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