The South Carolina personal injury lawyers at George Sink, P.A. Injury lawyers will be handling out free backpacks for back to school!
South Carolina accident lawyers discuss the dangers of using cruise control in the rain. For help with your case,
George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers wishes everyone a Happy Veterans Day. Find deals available to vets throughout South Carolina.
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.
George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers was a proud sponsor of the 16th Annual Charleston Black Expo! Read more about the event on our blog!
George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers was a proud sponsor of Kickstands for Kadynce, a benefit ride that helped raise money for a local Orangeburg girl who became ill with MRSA.
South Carolina officials have announced that they will be enforcing the state’s “move over” law. Read more on George Sink’s personal injury blog.
There is a five-step process used to determine whether an illness or injury should be covered by Social Security disability. Read our blog to learn more!
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.
South Carolina accident attorneys discuss 7 common mistakes people make after auto accidents and how to avoid them.
In an effort to prevent any more vehicle crashes, the Orangeburg County Council okayed steps to urge the state to make safety upgrades to the I-95 bridge.