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Posted by 1p21.admin  |  October 11, 2022

What is a Catastrophic Injury? Definition and Common Causes

The injuries involved in some accidents in Alabama are categorized as catastrophic. This means that they will have a substantial effect on the circumstances of the victim’s life. Although you may qualify for financial compensation if you are diagnosed with any type of injury, it is even more important to seek compensation if you...
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Posted by 1p21.admin  |  September 19, 2022

What’s the Process for Reporting a Defective Vehicle or Part?

Automakers have a responsibility to ensure the safety of the vehicles they design and produce. Unfortunately, a rush to get new cars on the market can lead to vehicles that contain defective and dangerous parts. Every year, many car accidents, injuries and deaths are attributed to defective vehicles and auto parts. If your vehicle...
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Posted by 1p21.admin  |  September 12, 2022

What Is a Rapid Response Team in a Truck Accident?

Being injured in a truck accident is frightening and confusing enough without also having to deal with a truck company’s rapid response team. Trucking companies send these teams to the scene of accidents immediately – sometimes arriving even before the police – to gather evidence and start building a case that protects the truck...
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Posted by 1p21.admin  |  August 15, 2022

Alabama Dram Shop Law

Drunk driving is a serious problem in Alabama and throughout the U.S. If you get injured in an accident involving a drunk driver, you may know that you can hold the driver responsible for your property repairs and medical bills through a car accident claim. You may not realize, however, that Alabama’s dram shop...
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Posted by 1p21.admin  |  August 8, 2022

Recognizing Common Injuries After a Car Accident

A car accident is a highly distressing event. You may experience fear, confusion and stress in the aftermath of a crash. The adrenaline from this experience may mask pain and other injury symptoms, causing you to assume that you are not injured. It is important to go to a hospital immediately after a car...
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Posted by 1p21.admin  |  July 20, 2022

Signs of Nursing Home Abuse or Negligence

The growing number of nursing home abuse and negligence cases in the US is becoming a huge concern. More than 1.3 million people reside in nursing homes throughout the country, facing some form of abuse on a daily basis. Abuse can take many different forms and having a better understanding of it is vital...
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Posted by 1p21.admin  |  July 13, 2022

How Can Truck Driver Fatigue Cause Accidents?

Driver fatigue is the most common reason for accidents on roads and highways. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than 600 deaths in 2019 occurred due to drowsy driving. Truck drivers are tired and fatigued since they spend long hours on the road. Fatigue can lead slow their response on...
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Posted by 1p21.admin  |  June 18, 2022

What Information I Need to Record After a Car Accident

Getting into a car accident means that you will have to deal with an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit to obtain financial compensation for your bills. You can make this process easier – and increase your chances of success – by gathering certain information from the very beginning of your case. The evidence...
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Posted by 1p21.admin  |  June 11, 2022

Can Social Media Impact My Personal Injury Case?

In an age where it’s normal to share your life with strangers on the internet, it may seem harmless to post about your personal injury case or recent accident on social media. This is a major mistake, however, that can come back to hurt you later. If you are involved in a personal injury...
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Posted by 1p21.admin  |  May 25, 2022

What Should I Do if My Car Is Totaled?

Some car accidents are so serious that they damage a vehicle beyond the point of repair – or to an extent where the repairs would cost more than the total value of the vehicle. This is known as a “total loss” to an insurance company, or a totaled car. If your car gets totaled...
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