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Personal Injury Blog

  • George Sink Becomes Member of NOVA

    | Sep 21, 2016

    Attorney George Sink is a member of the National Organization of Veterans’ Advocates, Inc. (NOVA), a non-profit educational membership organization that provides training for those who represent America’s veterans and their families. NOVA is a national network of lawyers and other qualified professionals who act as advocates for disabled veterans. In the September NOVA conference, one of George ...
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  • Scholar Athlete of the Week Program

    | Sep 15, 2016

    George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers is proud to encourage and support exceptional student athletes. That’s why we’re proud to sponsor the “Scholar Athlete of the Week” program, where we nominate one lucky student each week and recognize them on television prior to each Friday Night Rivals game. At the end of the season, we give out three $5,000 scholarships to three of the students that have been ...
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  • High School Football Players Twice as Likely to Sustain a Concussion as College Players

    | Sep 13, 2016

    A new study has found that high school football players are twice as likely to suffer a concussion as college players. The study, which was funded by the NFL and conducted by the Institute of Medicine, found that in the majority of cases, concussion symptoms disappeared within two weeks, but in other cases, the symptoms lasted weeks, months, or even years. The study found that high school football ...
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  • George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers Sponsors 5th Annual Hurricane Hike

    | Sep 10, 2016

    George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers is a proud sponsor of the 5 th Annual Hurricane Hike , a 10K endurance hike through historic and scenic Camden, South Carolina. This year’s event, presented by the South Carolina State Guard, took place on Saturday, September 10, 2016 . Participants hiked 6.2 miles carrying a 45-pound pack, or had the option to walk and run without a pack. Participants included ...
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  • George Sink Joins Workers' Injury Law & Advocacy Group®

    | Sep 6, 2016

    We are pleased to announce that Attorney George Sink has joined the Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group® , a non-profit national membership organization committed to representing the interests of the millions of workers and their families who suffer the consequences of workplace injuries. WILG is a network of like-minded advocates for workers’ rights, sharing knowledge and information and a sense ...
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  • The State's Best: Vote for George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers!

    | Aug 31, 2016

    Hey, South Carolina! It’s time to vote for “The State’s Best” for 2016. Each year, readers of The State Newspaper vote on their favorite businesses and services throughout South Carolina. We’d appreciate if you could take the time to vote for our firm. Here are the rules: Voting is open between Aug. 29 and Sept. 11 You must vote for 30+ businesses for your ballot to count You can vote every 24 ...
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  • Tips to Stay Safe Over Labor Day Weekend

    | Aug 30, 2016

    For many, Labor Day weekend has come to symbolize the unofficial end of summer. As a three-day weekend, it also gives Americans the chance to celebrate one last time before the Fall weather sets in. Whether you plan on hitting the road for a weekend getaway or staying home and celebrating with family and friends, George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers wants you to stay safe! Statistics from the National ...
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  • Driver Blames Tesla Autopilot Function for Car Accident

    | Aug 29, 2016

    The Tesla Model S has recently been a newsmaker for all the wrong reasons. Last month in Montana , a Tesla in autopilot mode crashed through a guardrail and flew off the road. In May, another tragic accident involving a self-driving Tesla resulted in the death of a 45-year-old man in Florida. And in January, a Tesla Model S burst into flames when its lithium ion battery exploded during charging at ...
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  • 10 Signs of Concussions to Look for in Young Football Players

    | Aug 23, 2016

    We love football – but nothing is more important than the future, health and happiness of our children. Injuries have always been a part of football, and we Americans mostly accept this fact. In many cases, we view injuries as merely obstacles we must overcome in order to become stronger and tougher. When it comes to concussions – a type of traumatic brain injury (TBI) – the common advice to "suck ...
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  • South Carolina Motorcycle Accident Statistics

    | Aug 18, 2016

    Recently, our firm put together an infographic breaking down South Carolina’s alarming motorcycle accident statistics. If you are a South Carolina driver, we remind you to please be diligent out on the road. Always watch out for motorcyclists, and never drive in a way that would endanger another person. While there of course is some inherent risk in operating a motorcycle, many accidents are the ...
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  • Honda Faces $70M Fine for Underreporting Injuries & Deaths

    | Aug 16, 2016

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has imposed a fine of $70 million on Honda, accusing the automaker of failing to report more than 1,700 injury and death claims tied to their vehicles to the federal government. They are also accused of failing to submit early warning reports to identify any actual or potential safety issues with their vehicles. Furthermore, the Administration ...
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  • South Carolina Car Accident FAQ: Will an Underinsured Motorist Claim Increase My Insurance Payments (Monthly Premium)?

    | Aug 11, 2016

    Generally, the cost of underinsured motorist protection should not rise just because you filed a claim, but the monthly cost for your insurance may still rise anyway, because of the way some insurance policies are written. What is UIM Insurance? Underinsured Motorist Protection (UIM) is insurance which pays you and others insured if you are involved in a car accident with an underinsured driver. ...
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  • New Bill Could Eliminate Copays for Naloxone Rescue Kits for Veterans

    | Aug 10, 2016

    Recently, United States Senators Tammy Baldwin and Jerry Morgan introduced S. 2772. Under this bill, veterans and their families are to receive education regarding the proper use of prescribed naloxone rescue kits. In addition, the bill seeks to eliminate copayments from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for these kits. What Are Naloxone Kits? Naloxone kits are used for a variety of reasons. ...
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  • Back to School: Bus Safety Tips for Your Child

    | Aug 9, 2016

    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), riding in a school bus is the safest way for your child to travel to and from school. However, as with any form of transportation, there is still some risk involved. Children should be especially careful in the “danger zone” – the area 10 feet behind, in front, or on either side of the bus. Children should also respect the ...
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  • FREE Backpacks for Back to School with George Sink!

    | Aug 8, 2016

    Summer vacation is winding to a close, which means back to school season is just around the corner. To help your child get ready for the new school year, George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers will be giving away FREE backpacks! Beginning Monday, August 8, families can pick up a backpack between 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M., Monday through Friday, at any of the following office locations: Charleston (7011 ...
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