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On November 11, 1918, fighting in World War I ended when an armistice was established between Germany and allied nations. Since this day signified the end of the war, we now honor our veterans on November 11 every year and praise them for their courage and devotion.

At Uricchio Law Firm, we would like to thank all of our veterans who have fought for this great nation and we honor them for their immense bravery.

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Have you picked up your bumper sticker? If not- you’re missing out! Stop by our office or give us a call at 843-795-9300 so we can send one your way.

Whether you ride a motorcycle or not, help us spread the word that all drivers need to keep an eye out for bikers!

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Another Biker at The Uricchio Law Firm

On October 12, 2010, in Motorcycle Care, by admin

I’m not the only biker at the Uricchio Law Firm. Our invaluable legal assistant, Mandi, also enjoys a ride on the open road on her 1999 Harley Davidson Sportster.  She has always loved motorcycles and was overjoyed when she met her husband, Stu, who rides a 2008 Harley Davidson Street Bob. He taught her to ride a little over a year ago.  Stu has spent the last 6 months serving in Afghanistan, but will be back state-side in a couple of weeks, and then the two of them can hit the road together again.

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Welcome to Biker’s Law

On August 26, 2010, in Motorcycle News, by admin

My name is Paul Uricchio. I was born and raised in the historic city of Charleston, South Carolina where I have been an attorney for more than forty years. Upon admission to the Bar in 1970, I worked with my father, Paul N. Uricchio, Jr. and his law buddies Arthur Howe, OT Wallace, Bob Wallace, Bubba Ness, Richard Fields and a host of others, where I learned the ins and outs of practicing criminal law.

In 1986, I partnered with my close friend, Grady Query, to form the law firm of Uricchio and Query (yes, we were responsible for that commercial in the eighties featuring the overly cheerful secretary answering the phone). It was during this time that I began to focus on personal injury and workers compensation law in addition to continuing my criminal defense practice.

In 1993, I formed Uricchio Law Firm in order to more deeply pursue my personal interest in criminal defense as well as serious injury cases involving auto, trucking, and motorcycle accidents. Over the years, I have also handled numerous cases involving medical malpractice, nursing home negligence and abuse, animal attacks, premises liability, products liability, sexual abuse, toxic mold and wrongful death. I guess you could safely say that I’ve seen it all—there is little that can shock or surprise me anymore.

On the weekends, I can be found either on my boat, riding my motorcycle or shooting at some type of target. My love for riding goes back to 1967 when I bought my first bike—a 1967 650CC Triumph TT racer built by none other than my friend Frank R. Now, I enjoy riding my highly modified 2006 Fatboy and I am a member of HOG, ABATE, and Tri-County Bikers Helping Bikers. I also like to ride with certain clubs not affiliated with the American Motorcycle Association including a now defunct club called the Tribulators.

I feel fortunate that I am able to combine my love for motorcycles into practicing law. It has been a pleasant surprise to find that my experience with motorcycles and my passion for riding have proven to be invaluable resources to my clients, as well. I have met few insurance adjusters who actually have any level of experience with riding motorcycles, yet many who are quick to dismiss the unique hardships faced by riders.

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