The new strain of the coronavirus poses a particular challenge for South Carolina’s courts. Read more here Follow Charleston County Bar updates here. #WorkersCompensation #DavidSavage #DavidSavageLaw #Covid19Law #CoronavirusLaw
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I found out that you served in the military. Debra Gammons said, “your words were moving at the November Charleston Bar’s Veterans Celebration.” As a fellow veteran, my service empowers my pursuit through a sense of loyalty, integrity, strong work
If you've been in a collision, you can request a copy of the collision report online or by completing the Request for Collision Report (SCDMV Form FR-50) and mailing it to the address below or taking it to any branch. This report is more detailed than the one you received at the scene of the crash. Read more on the SCDMV Online website. #CollisionReport #PersonalInjury #CarAccident #DavidSavageLaw #DavidSavageLawyer #SouthCarolinaPersonalInjury
Personal Injury Claims What happens if I file a lawsuit? You become the plaintiff in the case and the person who injured you becomes the defendant. Lawyers for each side (and for the insurer) typically begin gathering facts through exchange of documents, written questions (interrogatories) or depositions (questions that are asked in person and answered under oath). Read More Here #PersonalInjuryRecovery #SouthCarolinaPersonalInjury #BarAssociation #DavidSavageLaw #DavidSavage
A bartender in Texas was arrested for serving alcohol to man that later went on a shooting spree. Is the bartender at fault? David Savage writes, "A tough call?… The drunk had a BA. of .333% (more than 4x the legal limit). It appears from a reading of the entire article that the arrest did not stem from the number of drinks served during the last visit to the bar, but rather from serving alcohol with knowledge of prior over service, being obviously intoxicated and observed ch
Tiger Woods and his restaurant in Jupiter, Florida have been in the news recently due to a wrongful death suit after an employee died in a car crash. Attorney David L. Savage discussed below how this would apply to South Carolina. Read the Tiger Woods article here. As to this article: No such suit in South Carolina… Each state has its own laws concerning legal responsibility for the over service of alcohol. In South Carolina, an intoxicated individual may not sue the bar th
Resolving medical liens is one of the most technical and complicated steps in recovering compensation for a personal injury. For those unaccustomed to identifying and reducing potential liens, they often find themselves in for a rude awakening when their injury recovery is either severely reduced or in some cases totally lost. Use of a skilled personal injury attorney can protect a claimant from invalid lien claims and help in negotiating a reduction of valid liens that oft
"More than 1000 people die on South Carolina roads each year, and a third of those deaths are caused by drunk drivers."
While 1,000 people may die each year as a result of drunk driving, the number who are injured is much higher. As an attorney who represents the innocent victims involved in drunk driving collisions, I have found patterns that emerge in the cases I have handled. It is not uncommon for a person who has consumed two or three alcoholic beverages to apprecia
Car accident settlement procedure might vary considerably, depending on the situation and parties involved, but most have some common features. The process starts when you file a claim with the insurer. An insurance claims adjuster investigates the incident and reviews the evidence submitted with your claim. In many situations this is followed by the insurance company making a settlement offer.
If the offer does not cover your damages you can submit a counteroffer, along wi