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10 Common Causes of South Carolina Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcyclists are vulnerable out on the road, and too often, they aren’t even noticed by other drivers. Motorcycle accidents often have a profound and devastating impact on victims, who can suffer very serious and sometimes fatal injuries. Medical bills for treating these injuries and other accident-related expenses can become overwhelming, leading to financial stress. As...

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In South Carolina, Can You Text At a Red Light?

One of the most common causes of car accidents is distracted driving. This is why April has been designated Distracted Driving Awareness Month by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). And when it comes to distracted driving, texting drivers are responsible for causing many serious collisions. Drivers who text often do so at many...

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Traumatic Brain Injuries Caused By South Carolina Car Accidents

Car accidents in South Carolina often cause serious injuries that require extensive medical care. Overall, roughly 58,000 people each year on average sustain a serious injury in a South Carolina car accident, according to the South Carolina Department of Public Safety. Head and brain injuries are common outcomes in crashes Among those car accident injuries,...

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Road Traffic Injuries A Leading Cause of Death and Disability

One of the leading causes of all deaths and disabilities is car accidents, according to a recent study conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO), which examined the impact that motor vehicle accidents have worldwide. The same study also explored what types of car accidents are the leading causes of such accidents, as well as...

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South Carolina Has the 2nd Most Crash Fatalities on State Highways

Study reveals some roads in South Carolina are more dangerous than others. South Carolina's state highways have the second-highest car accident fatality rate of any state in the country, according to a recent nationwide traffic safety study conducted by MoneyGeek. And South Carolina isn't alone. State highways are consistently the deadliest type of road in...

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High-Risk Roads for Speed-Related Accidents in South Carolina

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, speed-related accidents result in nearly one-third of all traffic fatalities nationwide. Every day, drivers who are in a hurry or simply refuse to respect the traffic laws put others in danger. A speed-related collision can have devastating consequences. To help protect yourself, learn to identify the most...

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