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When someone is injured in an accident in South Carolina, it is important to gather information about what happens next.

Being injured in a serious accident is always a shocking and scary experience, and dealing with the aftermath is exhausting and stressful. Accident victims are forced to deal with hospitalization, medical treatments, missed work, and lost income, often while trying to manage pain and disability from their injuries. And then the insurance adjusters start circling. Find out more about accidents and what issues an injured person needs to be aware of by going to this link.

Legal and Other Resources and Information

South Carolina Highway Patrol

The South Carolina Highway Patrol’s primary mission is to create a safe and secure environment for South Carolina citizens and visitors as they travel on the state’s public roads and highways. Our goal is to reduce fatalities and collisions on our roadways and move toward our goal of Target Zero highway fatalities. It is a privilege for me to serve as the commander of an outstanding group of professional men and women at an exciting time in the Highway Patrol’s history. Safety and outstanding service to our citizens and visitors are our top priorities.

South Carolina Judicial Department

The Supreme Court is the highest court in South Carolina. The Court is composed of a Chief Justice and four Associate Justices who are elected to ten year terms by the General Assembly. The terms of the justices are staggered and a justice may be reelected to any number of terms.

South Carolina Bar Association-Pro Bono Program

Members of the South Carolina Bar Pro Bono Program work hard to close the gap between the indigent citizens of South Carolina and available legal services. Pro Bono volunteers give back to their community in so many different ways. In order for these Pro Bono programs to continue benefiting those who are in desperate need of this assistance, more volunteers are always needed. Below are some of the programs/projects (and a brief description) offered by the South Carolina Bar and the Pro Bono Program. By becoming a Pro Bono volunteer, you too can give back to your community

South Carolina Association for Justice

Our motto is simple: “Advocates for Fairness Under the Law.” The South Carolina Association for Justice (SCAJ) was founded over 50 years ago by a small group of trial lawyers. Since then, our mission has been to serve our members and those we are sworn to protect. Over the years, SCAJ has grown into a statewide organization with over 1,200 members but the organization still holds the values of the original founders. We serve as a valuable resource to our members, promoting connections, providing education, presenting value and preserving justice.

Charleston School of Law

Tracing its historic traditions to the 1825 formation of The Forensic Club, the Charleston School of Law is reinvigorating the study of law in Charleston by offering a rich, comprehensive three-year program rooted in excellence. Not only can students take advantage of mentoring programs offered in conjunction with Charleston's collegial, professional Bar, they benefit from a firsthand look at the study of law in a city anchored by a vital, downtown civic hub known as the Four Corners of Law.

University of South Carolina - School of Law

The School of Law enjoys a rich and venerable tradition as one of the nation's oldest law schools. Since 1867, we have remained true to our mission of teaching law through in-depth study, contributing to the common good through faculty and student research, bolstering the fund of legal knowledge, fostering legal development and reform, and cooperating with state government, the community, and the organized Bar to develop and implement legal research, law reform, criminal justice reform, and continuing legal education. The University of South Carolina School of Law provides unsurpassed preparation for leadership by graduating many future members of the state's judiciary, legislature, and executive agencies.

South Carolina Bar Association

The South Carolina Bar began in 1884 as the South Carolina Bar Association, a voluntary organization of approximately 200 lawyers. The South Carolina State Bar was created in 1968. The two organizations were merged in 1975. Currently the Bar has a membership of more than 15,000.

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