George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers is proud to announce that South Carolina Personal Injury Attorney Alan Kennington has been named to the Million Dollar Advocates Forum®.
South Carolina lawmakers are looking to pass a new bill that would require moped riders to be insured. Read more on George Sink’s blog!
Injury attorneys explain some of the most common causes of car accidents. Read more on George Sink’s blog!
The South Carolina Department of Transportation found that many roads and highways throughout the state are in disrepair.
Fourth of July Safety Tips
The Fly6 – a new small camera that doubles as a taillight – could help protect bicyclists on the road. Read more on George Sink’s blog.
Should you trust beckoning drivers? George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers of South Carolina can help – call 1-800-849-SINK for a free consultation.
The South Carolina Department of Public Safety recently announced its Buckle Up, SC campaign. Read more on George Sink’s personal injury blog.
Are trucking companies ever liable for a truck accident? George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers can help – call 1-800-849-7465 for a free consultation.
Major Meltdown: The Dangers of Falling Ice
Experiencing a traumatic brain injury? George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers of South Carolina can help – call 1-800-849-7465 for a free consultation.
George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers is a proud Capital Club member of the South Carolina Association for Justice.
South Carolina lawmakers recently passed a bill to limit the amount hospitals and doctors are allowed to charge patients for medical records.
Can I Really Be Sued for Trying to Help an Accident Victim? | The Good Samaritan Law
South Carolina personal injury lawyers provide helpful tips for staying safe at community pools.
A study from NPR found that pregnant women face increased risks of being involved in a serious car wreck.
Avoid some of the most common Halloween injuries with these helpful tips from George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers!
A West Ashley man who caused a fatal drunk driving accident in August was found to have a BAC level nearly three times the legal limit. Read more about the story on George Sink’s personal injury blog.