As discussed in yesterday’s post, it is completely legal to drive uninsured in South Carolina if you qualify by paying the $550 fee to the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles. So, with job losses and cutbacks abound, it is likely that there will be an increase in motorists opting out of carrying automobile insurance. …
When the Economy is Down, You Should Increase Your Auto Insurance Coverage
Why Shelly Leeke Encourages You to Increase Automobile Insurance Coverage During Tough Economic Times! Did you know that you may be hit by an uninsured driver that is legally driving on the roads without carrying automobile insurance coverage? That is correct. If you are a SouthCarolina motorist, you probably already know that South Carolina law …
Health Insurance May Pay Your Medical Bills, Then Claim A Stake In Your Settlement
Sometimes your health insurance does not actually protect your family. If you are injured in an accident in South Carolina, your own health insurance may stake a claim to your accident and injury settlement recovery. Protect your legal rights after an auto accident by speaking with an experienced personal injury law firm today. Call 843-277-6061.
Kids Face Greater Risk of Spinal Injuries in SC Auto Accidents
According to studies, younger children are at a greater risk of spinal injuries in a South Carolina car accident than older children.
Insurance Companies Offer Accident Victims Quick, But Low Ball Settlements
Don’t Be Fooled. The Insurance Company Wants You To Accept A Low Offer For Your Injury Case. If you are injured in an accident, chances are, the insurance company will have their adjustor call you shortly after the accident. I had a new client earlier this week tell me that the adjustor went so far …
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