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South Carolina injury lawyers discuss a partial closure of Highway 378 in Columbia.
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South Carolina lawyer George Sink recently traveled to the VA to be honored for his Vietnam war service.
This week, the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles will be holding the 2016 Driver Suspension Eligibility Week.
South Carolina accident lawyers discuss the dangers of using cruise control in the rain. For help with your case,
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A recent spike in moped accidents is prompting South Carolina lawmakers to create new safety laws. Read more on George Sink’s personal injury blog.
A recently released survey found that South Carolina was tied with Montana for having the worse drivers in the country. Read more on George Sink’s blog.
The northbound and southbound side of I-95 has reopened following severe flooding in South Carolina. Read more on the latest blog from George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers.
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South Carolina’s texting ban is now in effect and law enforcement officers can write tickets and fine drivers who text message behind the wheel.
The texting while driving ban took effect immediately after the Council approved the law at Tuesday night’s vote.
The Columbia City Council is debating to ban texting while driving, a common distraction that can cause car accidents.
An auto accident in Columbia snarled traffic on westbound Interstate 20 causing delays and backing up traffic. Rain during was expected to complicate traffic.
A texting while driving ban is being considered in Columbia by the city council, according to news reports.