Teach your child how to stay safe on the bus to school. George Sink P.A. Injury Lawyers can help if your child has a school bus related accident.
There are a lot of mobile apps that claim to measure blood alcohol content, but can you trust them to work when you need them the most? Learn more about these apps here.
Charleston City Council passed a new law banning texting while driving in the city of Charleston, South Carolina. Don’t text and drive!
The Sink Law Personal Injury Kit Mobile App can help you strengthen your auto accident case with helpful tools and vital car wreck information.
Be wary of insurance company investigators who could be spying on you after a South Carolina car accident claim.
Using a cell phone while driving is dangerous and could soon be illegal in South Carolina. Contact George Sink P.A. Injury Lawyers if you have been hurt in an accident.
South Carolina mobile carriers join the fight against distracted driving. Contact George Sink P.A. Injury Lawyers if you’ve been hurt in an auto accident.
Teen drivers tend to drive more dangerously during the summer, between Memorial Day and Labor Day, according to AAA.
A teenage girl who became distracted while driving is being charged for the death of two people and the injury of a 1-year-old child.
Many groups met in Washington D.C. to discuss the distracted driving epidemic. Here are some of their tips to break your distracted driving habits.
Ford has launched a technology known as teenage mode in select models of their cars. It lets parents limit the top speed of the vehicle while teens are drive.
Daytime, weekday morning drunken driving is on an upward trend, according to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, and they’re reminding drivers to be safe and watch out.
The South Carolina legislature voted Tuesday to approve stricter age and safety restrictions on the all-terrain vehicles.
Underage drivers on all-terrain vehicles may soon be faced with stricter safety guidelines, according to news reports.
Children and teens riding all-terrain vehicles will have to follow new regulations, approved by the Senate last Wednesday, according to news reports.
A proposed South Carolina law would take away the driver’s license of teens who drop out of high school or miss to many classes.
A juvenile from South Carolina was arrested last Friday in Florida for a car accident, according to news reports.