taking pills while driving

More than 48 percent of Americans take at least one prescription drug and millions more regularly use over-the-counter (OTC) medications to treat a wide variety of conditions. While most medications have few side effects and do not impair the ability to drive, some could affect driving abilities for a few…

Common Car Accidents in Chesterfield

If you’ve been involved in a car accident in Chesterfield or anywhere else in South Carolina, you should call one of the car accident lawyers at the Jebaily Law Firm right away. Our firm has been fighting on behalf of injured people in Chesterfield and surrounding areas of South Carolina for more than 50…

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The COVID-19 quarantine has most of us a bit squirrelly. We’re ready to escape the confines of home and hit the road. If you’re like most of us, you’ve got stuff to do and you’ve been waiting for weeks to get at it. Whether returning to the workplace, running errands,…

aerial view of road intersection

As a popular tourist destination, traffic in Surfside Beach can get very heavy, particularly in the summer months. With the crush of vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic, intersections in Surfside Beach become frequent locations for accidents in the community. Several intersections in and around Surfside Beach and Horry County have…

Dangerous Weather Road Conditions in Myrtle Beach

In a perfect world, South Carolina drivers would spend their daily commutes enjoying sunshine and clear skies. However, inclement weather and dangerous conditions cannot always be avoided. In fact, almost a quarter of all vehicle crashes in America are the result of bad weather. Researchers estimate that almost 1,235,000 car…

Road Accident

South Carolina is one of the most dangerous states in the country for motorists. In fact, the Charleston Daily recently reported that South Carolina ranked third worst for roadway safety in a study published by Wall Street 24/7. The state had a fatality rate of 20.5 per 100,000 people, and…