South Carolina Personal Injury Laws & Statutory Rules

The following article will help you learn about the time limits to file, the compensation available, fault and liability rules, and more.

If you're part of an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit in South Carolina, a number of state laws could come into play at some point in your case. In this article, written by David Goguen, J.D., we'll take an in-depth look at South Carolina personal injury laws.

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