Allen Clardy

Allen Clardy is an upstate native and has 17 years experience practicing law with an emphasis on personal injury law. He lives in Greenville with his wife and their three children. Allen was recently selected to be included in the American Trial Lawyers Association Top 100 Lawyers in South Carolina and is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates’ Forum. Allen is an avid sportsman and also coaches his son’s soccer team. Allen deals exclusively with personal injury cases.

Personal Injury Settlements

Personal Injury Settlements: How Much Can You Expect?

In South Carolina, one person is injured in a car accident every nine minutes. The statistics are shocking, but that’s without considering the hundreds of thousands of people injured every year in motorcycle accidents, accidents at work, devastating truck accidents, and more.
The South Carolina Department of Public Safety published its Traffic Collision Fact Book with the latest data from 2021. The report reveals key insights into the root causes of car accidents and fatal crashes in South Carolina.

Evaluating Medical Evidence

Evaluating Medical Evidence: Building a Strong Case for Hidden Injuries

Personal injury law is a complex and nuanced field where the strength of a case often hinges on the quality of medical evidence presented. In the aftermath of an accident, whether it be a car accident, slip-and-fall, or workplace incident, the immediate focus is often on visible injuries — broken bones, cuts, and bruises. However, some injuries may not be immediately apparent but can have profound and lasting effects on an individual’s health and well-being — these are known as hidden injuries.

South Carolina Auto Accidents Involving Commercial Trucks: Unique Challenges

South Carolina Auto Accidents Involving Commercial Trucks: Unique Challenges

Auto accidents involving commercial trucks pose unique challenges for individuals and families across South Carolina. SC’s bustling highways and interstates serve as major thoroughfares for commercial trucking, contributing to the economy and the transportation network. However, with this heavy traffic comes a greater chance of accidents, leading to serious injuries, property damage, and loss of life.

Motorcyclist Safety Sharing the Road

The Ultimate Guide to Driving In Slippery Road Conditions

As the seasons change, so do the road conditions. Driving in slippery conditions, whether due to water, ice, mud, or oil spills, requires different skills and precautions to ensure your safety and the safety of others on the road. In this ultimate guide, we’ll explore essential tips and techniques to navigate slippery road conditions with …

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How to Avoid Jackknifing Your Truck

How to Avoid Jackknifing

Every so often on the news, you will hear about a truck accident where a tractor-trailer jackknifed on the highway, sometimes with fatal consequences. Even if you’re the most experienced truck driver, you can end up jackknifing in the wrong conditions, leaving you in serious danger and making your truck a dangerous weapon. Knowing how jackknifing occurs and how to avoid it can save your life and so many others along the way.

What To Do After a Minor Accident

Fender Bender: What to Do after a Minor Accident

Whether you get backed into a parking lot or bumped at a stop light because another driver isn’t paying attention, fender-bender accidents are a common occurrence. Fortunately, many victims of these minor accidents aren’t injured and get away with only cosmetic damage to their beloved vehicles.

Ride-Sharing Accidents and Your Rights in South Carolina

Ride-Sharing Accidents and Your Rights in South Carolina

The exponential growth of ride-sharing services has transformed the transportation industry, offering users unparalleled convenience at the touch of a button. Whether it’s a daily commute, a night out on the town, or a ride to the airport, ride-sharing has become an integral part of modern life. However, with this increased reliance on ride-sharing comes an inherent risk of accidents, ranging from minor fender-benders to more severe collisions.