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Anatomy of a Wrongful Death Case

What makes a deadly accident a wrongful death and when can a family sue? When someone is killed because of another’s negligence, the decedent’s surviving family can sue the at-fault party ...
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Dangerous Drug Claims in Columbia, South Carolina

While many prescription drugs reduce pain, increase mobility, reduce inflammation, and improve our overall quality of life, there’s a darker side to pharmaceutical drugs. Taking an FDA-approved ...
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Common Wrongful Death Actions in Columbia, SC

It’s no secret that homicide crimes are some of the most serious offenses in the United States. While the homicide laws vary from state-to-state, generally a person can be convicted of ...
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Filing a Dangerous Drug Claim

Were you taking medication for a medical condition, only for that medication to create additional health problems? Perhaps the medication caused such severe side effects that you experienced a heart ...
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Do I Have a Personal Injury Claim?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in 2011, there were 31 million visits to emergency departments for unintentional injuries. In the same year, 130,557 people died as a ...
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Defective Drug Injures - Manufacturers Can't Test for Everything

When we are prescribed medicine by our doctors or take something right off the shelf, there is a certain sense of security in knowing that the substance you are using has been “approved by the ...
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