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Bike Repairs After a Motorcycle Accident: Getting Full Compensation

How do you get full compensation from the insurance company for your bike repairs after a motorcycle crash? Whether the motorcycle accident resulted in personal injury or just damage to your bike, the at-fault driver’s insurance company should pick up the bill. But will they? Rest assured, every insurance company’s goal is to make money. ...


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Rule 411: Why Aren’t Plaintiffs Allowed to Talk About Insurance at Trial?

Rule 411 usually prohibits plaintiffs from even mentioning insurance at trial – why? Almost every defendant has insurance - unless they have substantial assets to pay a verdict, most defendants would not be in trial unless they had insurance. Is it because jurors would return unfair, excessive damage awards if they knew that an insurance ...


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Lane Splitting – Motorcycle Laws in SC

Lane splitting, a controversial practice that some motorcyclists advocate for, is not legal in SC. Lane filtering, a more common-sense approach that would make motorcyclists safer and reduce traffic jams, is also illegal in our state. Let’s talk about lane splitting in SC – below we will discuss: What are lane splitting, lane filtering, and ...


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Motorcycle Accidents in Charleston, SC

Recent motorcycle accidents in Charleston, SC highlight the need for 1) caution if you are going to take to the roads in or around Chucktown and 2) caution if you are a motorist or truck driver traveling on Charleston’s streets. Often, motorcycle accidents are caused by another driver’s negligence in failing to look for motorcycles ...


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Expungements in SC: What Crimes Can Be Expunged?

Expungements in SC are available for many minor convictions, dismissals, and acquittals. What is an expungement? An expungement is when all records of your arrest, prosecution, conviction, dismissal, or acquittal are destroyed – including records from the jail, the police department, the solicitor’s office, SLED, and the clerk’s office. Below, we’ll take a look at ...