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Understanding South Carolina's Dog Bite Law
Understanding South Carolina's Dog Bite Law

Those injured by a dog bite or in a dog attack are fortunate that South Carolina has a special statute dealing specifically with these types of injuries. The law is contained in S.C. Code § 47-3-110 and is entitled the " liability of owner or person having a dog in his care ...

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Blog posts in September, 2011

  • How Is a Dog Bite Injury Claim Evaluated by Our Office?

    All dog bite and dog attack injury cases are different. The approach that we take will vary from case to case. There are some general considerations ...

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  • South Carolina's Statute of Limitations for Dog Bite Cases

    A Statute of Limitations is a law that limits the time you have to file a claim for injuries. South Carolina's Statute of Limitations covers injuries ...

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  • Can you receive PTI for a DUI?

    Pre-trial Intervention, or PTI, is a program sponsored by the prosecutor's office in each South Carolina judicial circuit. As a diversion program it ...

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  • Honesty is the best policy for your Federal pre-sentence interviews

    If you plead guilty or are found guilty for any criminal offense prosecuted in the United States Federal Court the next step in your case will be to ...

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  • How can I win my South Carolina DUI case?

    If you are trying to win your South Carolina DUI the first thing you must do is to educate yourself about the law and court procedure for your case. ...

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  • Can you appeal from a guilty plea?

    Sometimes after a defendant pleads guilty, either with or without a plea bargain, they have "buyer's remorse" and want to change their mind. Often ...

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  • What is a plea bargain?

    A plea bargain is an agreement between the government and the defendant concerning the terms and conditions of a guilty plea. When a defendant accepts ...

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  • Kidnapping and the South Carolina Sex Offender Registry

    In South Carolina there are generally two ways to be placed on the sex offender registry. One is to be convicted of an offense that requires ...

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  • How your social media account can be used against you

    I am finding more and more of my clients running into issues related to their use or access of various social media accounts (such as Facebook or ...

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