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It is possible to receive workers’ compensation if you have a pre-existing injury but get hurt at work. You can obtain compensation for the worsened condition due to the accident at work. For example, if you have a pre-existing back condition and suffer an injury that aggravates the condition,  you may be able to obtain...
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who is liable in a car pile up
If you’ve been hurt in a car accident involving multiple vehicles, figuring out who is at fault can be complicated. Determining which parties were negligent is key to recovering compensation through an insurance claim or in court. A Greenville car accident lawyer from Smith Jordan Law can identify who is liable for a car pile-up...
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causation in personal injury cases
A crucial part of an attorney’s work is showing causation in personal injury cases. Causation involves providing evidence that the defendant’s actions or inactions caused your injuries. To secure damages, your Greenville personal injury lawyer must connect the defendant’s actions to the events that led to your injuries. How is causation in personal injury claims...
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statute of limitations sc
If you suffer a personal injury and choose to file a lawsuit, it’s important to understand how the law may limit the amount of time you have to take legal action. Below, a skilled Greenville personal injury lawyer from Smith Jordan Law explains the statutes of limitations in SC and how they may apply to...
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car accident compensation
South Carolina is an at-fault state regarding handling car accident compensation. The person who caused the crash is financially responsible for paying your medical bills and other expenses, but how does this process work? When you hire a skilled Greenville car accident lawyer from Smith Jordan Law, they can guide you through filing insurance claims...
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