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Tractor Trailers vs Your Car. A Different Kind of Wreck.

Tractor Trailers vs Your Car. A Different Kind of Wreck.

When two cars are involved in an accident, insurance companies usually wait for the police report before they begin their own investigation. When tractor trailers are involved, events unfold in a completely different way. A tractor trailer’s employer, insurance...

Does South Carolina Recognize Premarital (Prenup) Agreements?

Does South Carolina Recognize Premarital (Prenup) Agreements?

  Prenuptial (prenup) agreements are recognized in South Carolina, and they can protect assets in cases of divorce, but they aren’t always as solid as people might believe – especially if they are not prepared correctly. If someone finds a template for an...

“Uninsured Motorist” Claims Take Paperwork AND Legwork.

“Uninsured Motorist” Claims Take Paperwork AND Legwork.

When someone with no insurance causes a wreck or when someone causes a wreck and leaves the scene before anyone can determine who the driver was, what can you do? Attorney Jimmy Segura discusses how to file an "Uninsured Motorist" claim and the situations that lead up...

Grant Varner Discusses Potential Hate Crime Legislation

Grant Varner Discusses Potential Hate Crime Legislation

  After the arrest of Dylann Roof following the June 17 shootings at Emanuel A.M.E. Church in downtown Charleston, the U.S. Department of Justice announced an additional 12 hate crime counts against the accused shooter. The indictments are leading some South...

Common Family Court Mistakes

Common Family Court Mistakes

Did you know there are common family court mistakes that could impact your Second Amendment rights? Did you know there are common family court mistakes that could force law enforcement to have a biased view against you and land you in jail regardless of guilt? The way...

Yours, Mine, and Ours — Marital vs Non-Marital Property

Yours, Mine, and Ours — Marital vs Non-Marital Property

When relationships end, one of the most difficult tasks is dividing property. It's easy to say, "What's yours is yours, what's mine is mine, and what's ours is ours." Putting that in to practice may be a little more difficult, though. In its simplest terms,...

How to Choose an Attorney (Part 2)

How to Choose an Attorney (Part 2)

  In Part 1, Greenville attorney Kim Varner with the firm of Varner and Segura talked about some important factors to think about when choosing legal representation. He continues here. First and foremost, he says, “When you go to a lawyer’s office, use all of...

How to Choose an Attorney (Part 1)

How to Choose an Attorney (Part 1)

  Rarely do people choose to represent themselves in legal situations. There are a number of reasons why. First, they usually aren’t attorneys. They don’t understand the law as it pertains to their cases. They don’t have the education or training to effectively...

.08 Is Not A Magic Number for DUI in South Carolina

.08 Is Not A Magic Number for DUI in South Carolina

Do you know someone who was charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) even though he or she provided a breath sample that was lower than .08? Although .08 is South Carolina’s benchmark for a DUI charge, an officer may suspect a driver is impaired with a smaller...