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South Carolina Personal Injury And Auto Accident Blog
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A 3-year-old girl was killed on Tuesday when she fell out of a moving truck in Lancaster County. The fatal accident occurred on Tuesday evening as the girl’s family was in the midst of moving into a new home.
More than a dozen children suffered personal injuries last week when a speeding driver crashed into a school bus. The accident occurred shortly before 8 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 21 as the bus was on its way to drop off students at DuBose Middle School.
Did you know the 10 feet around all sides of a school bus is referred to as the "Danger Zone," because it is the area where school bus drivers are least likely to see a child? The Shelly Leeke Law Firm offers books and FREE reports to help accident victims in the low country. If you or a loved one was injured in an accident, the Shelly Leeke Law Firm may be able to help. Schedule your FREE consultation at 843-277-6061 or toll free at 1-888-690-0211.
Several recalls for children's toys and apparel have been released for the Month of May 2010. Shelly Leeke Law Firm represents children injured by accidents and defective products. For more information on how to protect your rights or the right of your child injured in an accident, call 843-277-6061 today.
Each year, back-over accidents kill hundreds of children in the United States. If you or your child has been injured in an accident, contact Charleston personal injury lawyer Shelly Leeke at 843-277-6061.
A new software called CellSafety has been developed by WebSafety to allow parents to monitor their children and stop texting while driving. The software is downloaded on to cell phones and gives parents the ability to monitor their children from anywhere around the world 24/7. One of its best features is its ability to disable cell phone texting systems while someone is driving. The software uses the cell phones GPS technology to disable texting once a car is going 10 miles per hour. The software is sure to put power back in parents' hands and save lives.
Two toddlers were injured on Wednesday in accidents involving motor vehciles. In the first, a 79-year old woman accidently drove her car into a Rite Aid, injuring a 17-month old who was in a shppoing cart inside. The second occurred in Downtown Charleston, when a 2-year old was struck by a car when he ran out in the street.