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How Does the Social Security Administration Decide if I'm Disabled?

If you or someone you love is looking to apply for Social Security disability, it is important to understand the requirements you must meet in order to obtain benefits. At George Sink, P.A. Injury ...
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Drugged Driving: The Latest Epidemic to Impact American Roadways?

If you drive anywhere in South Carolina, you have most likely encountered a drunk driver. You may not have been involved in an accident, but you may have noticed erratic driving or other behavior that ...
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Summertime Safety Tips: Don't Leave GPS Devices & Electronics in the Sun

More and more drivers rely on navigation systems to get them where they need to go. With portable GPS devices now quite affordable, many motorists have them mounted on their windshields and ...
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Summertime Safety Tips: Staying Safe Around Water

With summer now in full effect, George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers would like to wish all South Carolinians an enjoyable, fun, and safe season. Whether you and your loved ones are gearing up for ...
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South Carolina Now Bans Texting While Driving for All Drivers

In early June 2014, the South Carolina General Assembly passed a long over-due ban on texting while driving. Shortly after, Governor Nikki Haley approved the ban, making South Carolina the 44 th state ...
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Fourth of July Safety Tips

George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers wishes everyone a Happy Fourth of July! It's during this time of year that we are thankful to live in a country where we are free and where the wronged and injured ...
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Concerns Rise Over South Carolina VA Hospitals, Treatment of Veterans Nationwide

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has been the target of a nationwide scandal involving failures to provide veterans the treatment they need in a timely fashion. One medical facility receiving a ...
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Truck Driver in Tracy Morgan Crash Hadn't Slept for Over 24 Hours, Authorities Say

Early Saturday morning on June 7 th in Cranbury Township, New Jersey, a large tractor-trailer rear-ended a limo bus, killing one victim and injuring comedian Tracy Morgan and three others. According ...
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"Invisible" Disabilities and SSDI Benefits

A disability does not have to be physically apparent to exist. A person may suffer from a debilitating medical condition or psychological disorder that is invisible to the naked eye, and yet this ...
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SC Officials Remind Residents of State's "Move Over" Law

The "move over" law is something not all South Carolina motorists may be aware of – but it's a law everyone should know. On Friday June 6 th, officials in Berkeley and Charleston ...
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Department of Public Safety Launches Buckle Up, SC Campaign

On May 14 th, the South Carolina Department of Public Safety announced that it is partnering with law enforcement agencies across the state to launch a new campaign aimed at getting more people to ...
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Proposed Bill Could Lift Ban on Election Day Alcohol Sales in South Carolina

In South Carolina, it is currently illegal to purchase alcohol on Election Day – a day that can drive some to drink depending on the outcome. Proposed legislation may change this law, making ...
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Who's Really to Blame for Drunk Driving Crashes That Kill Children?

In drunk driving crashes that kill children, recent studies show that it is often the child's own driver that was drunk. In light of these findings, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) says there ...
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Tuning Your Radio While Driving: Just as Dangerous as Cell Phone Use?

Texting while driving and other forms of cell phone use are perhaps the most obvious forms of driver distraction, but a study conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) ...
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Does Pregnancy Increase Your Risk of a Car Accident?

Pregnancy comes with a lot of suggestions and warnings. Avoid flying, don't scuba dive, watch what you eat, etc. A recent study shows that driving may be particularly dangerous for expectant ...
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George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers Enjoy McDonald's Choir Showcase

The 7 th Annual McDonald's Choir Showcase is an event like no other, as well as a celebration that did not disappoint! Held each year in May, the Choir Showcase unifies Charleston and South ...
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What is Special Monthly Compensation?

Injured veterans may be eligible for social security disability insurance, disability compensation, and special monthly compensation (SMC). While social security insurance and disability compensation ...
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How to Appeal Your VA Disability Claim

Serving your country presents a tremendous sacrifice that can also affect your financial standing. American soldiers often require financial assistance when all is said and done and it is time to ...
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The Importance of a Legal Consultation

If you have been injured in an accident, are dealing with a workers' compensation claim, want Veterans Benefits or have been denied Social Security disability benefits, you may be in a situation ...
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Hanahan Firefighter Concerned Over Outdated Equipment

A firefighter from the City of Hanahan has recently stepped forward to voice concerns about outdated equipment and the safety of the firefighters using them. As reported by Live 5 News, a firefighter ...
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St. Andrews Public Service District Passes Crash Tax

On Monday May 5 th, officials from the St. Andrews Public Service District voted unanimously to approve a "crash tax" that charges out-of-district drivers additional fees if they are ...
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Bridge Collapse Near Moncks Corner Declared Emergency Situation

Shortly before 7 p.m. on Monday evening, April 21st, a bridge in Berkeley County between Moncks Corner and Charleston collapsed, causing a train passing underneath to derail. Officials from the South ...
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Injured on the Job, Fired, and my Workers' Comp Case was denied: How am I going to pay my bills?

Employers and insurance companies can sometimes delay or deny a workers' compensation claim. There are many reasons for this – sometimes, there isn't enough information; sometimes, there ...
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People Gather to Celebrate the Passage of Emma's Law

On April 30, South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley performed a ceremonial signing of Emma's Law – the first drunk driving bill the state has passed in years. The law's passage comes about ...
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Remembering Roadway Safety as Cyclists Hit the Road for Spring

With Spring now in full bloom, cyclists throughout South Carolina have begun to hit the roadways, enjoying the crisp weather and numerous bike trails across the state. While cycling can be an ...
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