If you are familiar with Facebook, you are probably familiar with quizzes like these. They seem fun and innocent but what you might not realize is once you answer the questions giving them personal information, it’s open to the public. There’s no way to know who is looking at your answers or how they are being used. Because of this, experts are warning you to take a step back and think about what you’re sharing.
We all know it is important to pay attention on the road and drive safe, but now it is more important than ever.
With the increased number of children on the road, drivers should be cautious and aware of any laws put in place to keep children safe.
Kia issues recall for 377,000 Sorento SUV’s
Ford Motor Co. is under investigation for safety concerns relating to their 2005 and 2006 Ford Tauruses, which allegedly unexpectedly accelerate.
The NHTSA will now be measuring distraction-affected crashes, which include cell phone and texting-related accidents and other distracted driving wrecks.
South Carolina accident attorney Shelly Leeke explains vehicular manslaughter and vehicular assault and the lawsuit that can be brought up against the driver.
Chelsea Hess is suing Jock’s Sports Grill in S.C. after she was served alcohol under age and then drove her car, causing an accident that left her paraplegic.
Crossing the double yellow line or the center line is the cause of many motor vehicle accidents in South Carolina. Learn how to prevent these types of wrecks.
You should know what uninsured and underinsured coverage will cover. Contact a Charleston injury lawyer for help – 1-888-690-0211.