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7 Most Common Causes of Motorcycle Collisions

Published on Jan 24, 2019 at 12:48 pm in Uncategorized.

People often choose motorcycles as their main mode of transportation or as a hobby because of the sense of independence that they provide. However, there are also a lot of risks that go along with riding a motorcycle. Those in cars often have much more protection in an accident. Motorcyclists are exposed, even if they are wearing protective gear. As a result, motorcycle wrecks can often cause devastating injuries. If you’ve been hurt in an accident that was caused by negligence, Solomon Law Group can help with your claim.

We’re committed to fiercely defending our clients who have been wrongfully injured. We understand how overwhelming it can be to deal with a motorcycle accident claim, but that’s where we come in. We can help you recover economic and noneconomic damages. Our lawyers have the experience and skill required to get you the compensation you deserve. We won’t let insurance companies give you an unfavorable settlement.

Motorcycle collisions often happen because of negligence. But it’s not always the driver’s fault. When you know what causes motorcycle collisions, you may recognize what happened in your case.

Wrongful Death Claims in South Carolina

Published on Jul 20, 2016 at 12:25 pm in Uncategorized.


The death of anyone is a tragic occurrence. Deaths can be even more tragic when someone dies suddenly. It is a sad reality that many deaths could have been prevented if the proper precautions had been taken. In South Carolina, many deaths occur simply because another individual was acting recklessly or negligently. If an individual is acting reckless or negligently and causes another individual to die, the victim’s family members may have a cause of action known as wrongful death.

When Things Get Too Fast and Too Furious

Published on Oct 1, 2015 at 3:26 pm in Uncategorized.

South Carolina’s Interstate 26 had a serious scare recently when three tractor-trailer rigs were involved in a fiery crash closing the highway for hours. The driver who caused the accident was charged with driving too fast after hitting a car that was stopped on the shoulder of the road. This first crash left a large amount of debris on the road. Soon after, a large tractor-trailer came along and made contact with the debris. This inevitably caused the tractor-trailer to light up in flames, which ended up spreading to another part of the road. An additional tractor-trailer hit the flames on the road. Remarkably no one was killed. While this time all passengers came away unscathed, usually accidents like these end up with causalities. More importantly, this accident may not have occurred had the initial driver not been driving too fast.

Products Liability: Laundry Detergent Concerns for Children

Published on Jul 23, 2015 at 3:45 pm in Auto Safety, Product Safety, uncategorized, Uncategorized.

We all know that cleaning supplies should be left away from the kitchen, stored out of reach from children, and should not come in contact with our hands, eyes, or face. In 2012, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) issued a report pertaining to laundry detergent pods, the less-than-a-cubic inch plastic pouches that contain both liquid and powder detergents. Recently, Consumer Reports indicated that not only have there been hundreds of reported cases regarding health incidents in children that have come in contact with the pods, but that the pods are “too dangerous to recommend” for use in family homes where children live.

Understanding Damages in Catastrophic Injury Cases

Published on Jun 25, 2015 at 3:53 pm in Uncategorized.

Catastrophic injuries are generally defined as long-term, permanent, or life-changing injuries that severely impair one’s ability to live a normal life. In the context of personal injury law, these types of injuries generally have the greatest monetary awards given the complexity of the underlying legal issues and long-term consequences of the injuries sustained. Catastrophic injuries can arise out of almost any accident, but are most common when a victim becomes paralyzed or suffers a traumatic brain injury due to the negligent acts of another.

Understanding Premises Liability Principles

Published on Jun 17, 2015 at 4:45 pm in Uncategorized.

We invite friends over to our houses. We run businesses that we open to the public. Many of us are aware that we have some responsibility over what happens to our guests when they are on our property, but few people recognize this for what it truly is: a legal duty. We have a legal obligation to keep our premises reasonably safe for our guests, and failure to fulfill this duty may lead to liability if someone is injured on our land.

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