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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  |  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  |  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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Posted by 1p21.admin  |  May 18, 2022

What Are the 100 Deadliest Days of Summer?

Summertime means school's out – and teenagers get a few months of freedom and fun with their friends. Unfortunately, summer vacation also marks the beginning of the most dangerous time of the year for teen drivers: the 100 deadliest days of summer. Learn what you can do as the parent of a teen driver...
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Posted by Editor  |  May 29, 2019

Common Whiplash Settlements in Alabama

Our firm regularly handles car wreck cases that involve multiple injuries, including the most common complaint of all: whiplash or neck injury. The severity of the injury can be anywhere from just a few days of soreness relieved by over-the-counter medicine, to major neck surgery resulting in a nasty scar and permanent disability. Step...
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Posted by Editor  |  January 4, 2019

How do I get an accident report after I am in an accident?

If you are in an automobile accident, the first thing you need to do is call the police.  The police will immediately come to the scene of the accident and complete an investigation.  Make sure you provide the police officer with as many details of the accident as you can recall.  After the police...
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Posted by Editor  |  October 23, 2018

Safety Tips for Working With Fuel

Many Americans work with or handle different types of fuel every day, and it’s crucial to understand the inherent dangers of working with or handling combustible or flammable fuels. People who work in the oil and gas industry must meet rigorous safety standards and use acceptable, tested equipment always. However, Americans should know basic...
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Posted by Editor  |  July 16, 2018

What Is Alabama’s Drugged Driving Law?

As is the case in every state in the U.S., drugged driving is illegal in Alabama. Drugged driving can refer to being under the influence of illicit substances as well as legal prescription drugs if they impact the driver’s ability to safely operate the vehicle. Drugged driving is a type of driving under the...
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Posted by Editor  |  November 4, 2015

How Much Do Car Accidents Lawyers Charge?

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c47BYs1zyHA[/embed] In Alabama, it is customary for victims of car accidents to pay a contingency fee to their attorney. While most other lawyers charge either a flat fee or work on a hourly basis,  attorneys handling auto crashes involving injuries almost exclusively charge a percentage fee, meaning they get a certain amount of the...
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