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Slip and Fall Accidents: What If There’s No Sign Posted?

Published on Aug 15, 2019 at 11:38 am in Slip and Fall Accidents.

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When walking in a grocery store, hotel, or any other type of business, it’s common to see yellow signs posted around spills or wet areas. They warn those walking by that the floor is slippery and they need to proceed with caution. Usually, these signs are posted because someone noticed the immediate problem, but cannot fix it at that very minute. However, the sign shows that the right people are aware and they should get to the matter as quickly as possible.

If you’ve suffered from a slip and fall accident, there may not have been a sign present. This could have informed you that the area was dangerous. Your injuries could have been prevented had negligence not occurred.

South Carolina Stopped School Bus Laws

Published on Aug 2, 2019 at 3:31 pm in Auto Safety.

Written by: Reginald C. Hair

It is 7:00 AM on a Tuesday morning in August. You are late for work for the second time this week. To add insult to injury, there is a stopped school bus in front of you. Are you legally able to pass this school bus?

South Carolina has implemented certain laws to protect children that are on their way to school or back home from school. Please be mindful of what is considered breaking the law and what it not breaking the law when it comes to passing school busses.

Why Do Soft Tissue Injuries Appear in a Delayed Manner?

Published on Aug 1, 2019 at 8:59 am in Auto Safety.

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Have you ever painted a whole room and had a sore arm or shoulder the next day? What about serious pain and swelling in that shoulder the day after? That would be an example of a soft tissue injury. The same kind of injury can happen in a car accident if a body part is twisted, bruised, or quickly moved back and forth. Just like pain from painting can take hours to show up, the same thing can happen after an accident.

The Ultimate Guide to Summer Fun in Columbia – 2019 Edition

Published on Jul 15, 2019 at 3:04 pm in Fun Stuff.

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Finding things for the whole family to do can be hard in the summer. But in Columbia, that’s not a problem! There are so many events, free or otherwise, that go on daily in our city. If you’re feeling like there’s nothing to do, or you can’t take one more second staying in your house, then this guide to summer is exactly what you needed. Here’s a compiled list of all the best parts of Soda City!

How Common Are Spleen Injuries After a Car Accident?

Published on Jul 11, 2019 at 1:20 pm in Auto Safety.

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Car accidents can do a lot of damage to your abdominal area. One of the most injured organs in that area, second only to the liver, is the spleen. Though it doesn’t get much attention, the spleen is an important organ that helps fight infections and filters old blood cells from your bloodstream. Any injury to the spleen could be life-threatening and should be treated right away. If you’ve been in a car accident that caused trauma to your left side, you’ll want to know more about spleen injuries and their dangers.

What Are the Different Classifications of Commercial Trucks?

Published on Jun 27, 2019 at 4:30 pm in Truck Accidents.

With the number of trucks on the road carrying a variety of goods and services, it’s important to classify these trucks so people can be kept safe. The government classifies commercial trucks by weight. It’s important all laws are abided by to decrease the chances of an accident happening. When the laws are ignored, lives are put at risk.

Understanding Gross Vehicle Weight Rating

Knowing a vehicle’s gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) is important, especially if you’re driving a larger vehicle. If a vehicle is overloaded, there are a number of problems that could occur. If, for example, the vehicle is too heavy, the brakes may not be strong enough to slow the vehicle down or stop effectively. While a truck’s gross vehicle weight (GVW) can change, the GVWR will remain constant.

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