Can I File a Car Accident Claim If I Was the Passenger?
An injury from a car accident can be devastating. If you are a passenger and not in control of the incident, your injuries may be the result of negligence on the part of the person who caused the accident – who may also be the driver of the car you were in at the...Read More
Who Is Entitled to Social Security Disability Benefits in Alabama?
Social security disability insurance is a failsafe that protects Americans when they can no longer work or those who can’t work as they had in the past – among other issues. However, many people don’t even realize they are eligible for social security benefits. Any person who has worked and had social security benefits...Read More
What Should I Do If I’m Injured by a Dangerous Product?
After an injury or illness from a dangerous product, your first step is to seek medical care. Injuries may not be immediate, so you should see a professional to discover the scope of damages. No one should suffer harm from a manufacturer’s negligence. If you have experienced an injury, here are the next steps...Read More
What Is the Dangerous Dog Procedure Act?
Whether you are a pet owner or someone who knows how dangerous a vicious dog can be, the Dangerous Dog Procedure Act is an important law for Alabama residents. Legislators enacted this law in 2017 to declare a dog dangerous for the safety of others. If you or a family member has suffered an...Read More
Safe Driving Tips for the Summer
Summer means more time on the road, adventuring to find new places. Birmingham and its surrounding cities have highways that are busy with tourists getting further south, local college students excited about time away from school, and busy families looking for fun. Despite all this, summer is still one of the most dangerous times...Read More
What Is Alabama’s Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Cases?
Similar to criminal cases, personal injury cases have a statute of limitations – or deadlines – for how long victims have to sue a negligent party. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to another party’s negligence, you need immediate medical care. After talking with a doctor, call an Alabama...Read More
What Do Wet Floor Signs Actually Do?
When property owners fail to protect visitors from slip and fall hazards, they may be responsible for the visitors’ injuries. Businesses throughout Alabama do what they can to prevent such hazards, including using wet floor signs to warn of spills, but these signs aren’t a fail-safe against litigation. Ensuring their property is well staffed,...Read More