Identifying PTSD symptoms in your child following an automobile accident is not easy. Here, we will show you the things to look out for. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has only recently become the subject of clinical studies. We know children who have gone through a traumatic event are just as likely as adults to suffer…
Things can get hectic and chaotic after a car accident injury, but it’s critical that you seek medical attention as soon as possible. Not only is this important for your health, but it also helps set up a steady foundation for a potential personal injury case. Once you’re treated, the next step to building your…
At any speed, the danger of stepping into your car each time you drive is high. The roadways are the 8th highest cause of fatalities worldwide. The only safe driving speed is zero. But in a society where driving is a large part of everyday life, how can you protect yourself?
It is difficult to even look outside any given window and not see an automobile these days. You will be even more hard-pressed to go anywhere without using a car. Yes, here in the United States, and most of the world, the automobile is so essential, it and all of its oddities are often overlooked.
Were you injured by a negligent driver? Talk to one of our South Carolina car accident lawyers at George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers about your case in a free consultation.
If you live in South Carolina and have a suspended license, this week is very important for you. The South Carolina DMV has declared that certain drivers with suspended licenses may have the opportunity to have their SC Driver’s License reinstated during the week of April 16 to 20, 2018.
Learn the key difference between a car and truck accident. Contact our South Carolina personal injury attorneys at George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers.
With more and more self-driving technology on our roads, how safe are these systems?
The largest annual increase in highway deaths occurred in 2015. The past four decades witnessed a steady decline in fatalities, but this trend was broken in 2015 when the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported the largest annual percentage increase in 50 years. The also NHTSA reported that, with the statistics they collected thus…
A total solar eclipse will be clearly visible in Charleston on August 21st. We discuss some safety tips everyone should know in our blog.
In 2017 many South Carolinians have already lost their lives because of speeding, distracted drivers, and drinking & driving. It has left families broken and left without not knowing what to do next. Because of this, South Carolina continues to push its Target Zero Plan.
Teen Distracted Driving on the Rise. Blog by George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers, a South Carolina personal injury law firm that handles virtually all types of accident and injury claims.
South Carolina Ranked Third Deadliest State for Drivers – South Carolina Personal Injury Attorney blog.
License suspended in SC? Possible Ways to get it back!. Helpful information for the injured in South Carolina from the team at George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers.
Every year, thousands of South Carolinians pass the driver’s license test to take to the road. Like with exams you may have taken in school, it’s common to cram for the driver’s license test, then forget the answers as time moves on. Unfortunately, not obeying the rules of the road is the most common cause of accidents in South Carolina.
A Tesla vehicle crashed while in self-driving mode, proving that the technology is not errorproof.
Most insurance companies do not extend the same level of protection to pets as they do to drivers.