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If You Are Injured In A Skydiving Accident Who Is Liable?

Written by John D. Hawkins on . Posted in , .
Many people who go skydiving look forward to the rush of adrenaline that comes from jumping off a plane. Yet, skydiving is a risky activity, with even experienced jumpers sometimes suffering serious injuries or fatalities. A South Carolina man tragically died this past September, despite having previously completed over 1,000 successful jumps. Even those heavily experienced in skydiving can suffer from serious personal injuries at any moment. Before you go skydiving, it is important to understand the risks and what you can do to prevent liability for your injuries. If you find yourself injured in a skydiving accident in South Carolina and …

What Fireworks Are Legal in South Carolina?

Written by John D. Hawkins on . Posted in .
Fireworks are often used to celebrate an event or celebration. Whether it is a New Year’s or Independence Day festivity, fireworks are popular among South Carolina residents. As fun as fireworks displays may be, there are safety concerns and laws everyone should consider, and South Carolina personal injury lawyers can advise. Both federal and local laws prohibit certain fireworks, and when safety procedures are disregarded or illegal fireworks are used, the result is often severe injuries for people using or watching the displays. HawkLaw is known for its compassionate and personalized approach to handling personal injury cases. If you get…
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