During the spring and summer months, motorcycle riders are much in evidence on South Carolina highways and byways, and you may be one of them.
If you should be in a vehicle crash in which you are badly hurt, the driver of the car that hit yours may be only partly liable for your injuries.
Ask motorcycle owners why they choose two wheels over four, and you’ll hear more reasons than you can shake a leather jacket at: cost and fuel efficiency, the sense of freedom and adventure, ease of parking, camaraderie, reduced carbon footprint, and – let’s be honest – riding a bike is the iconic image of cool.
Every year, new cars on the road seem to come with a number of new and exciting technological upgrades. Some, including blind spot warnings and backup cameras, help increase your safety and the safety of your fellow drivers.
Whether you go to a public pool, a hotel pool or a pool in someone’s backyard, you probably assume it is going to be safe. You probably assume the owners know about -- and comply with -- the various pool regulations and take their ownership responsibilities very seriously.
Drivers distracted by their phones are a threat to every motorist, bicyclist and pedestrian sharing the road with them, and just about every motorist recognizes the dangers of distracted driving.
The city of Myrtle Beach has been ordered to pay $300,000 to a South Carolina woman after a fall in 2015. The woman, a resident of Georgetown County, tripped on a rug while volunteering at a recreation center.
It’s easy to know that you need to visit a doctor if you’ve suffered a major injury after a car accident. When the injury is perceived to be more minor, some people forego visiting a doctor after the accident.