Insurance Claim Denial and Bad Faith in Alabama
Had a legitimate insurance claim denied in Alabama? Discover your options. Under Alabama law, insurance companies have a duty to fairly and timely adjust claims made. Frequently, especially during times of natural disasters such as tornadoes and hurricanes, claims adjusters are so busy they neglect or deny legitimate claims. The usual remedy for an...Read More
Always Notify Your Auto Insurance After An Accident
Many Alabama auto accident victims question whether they should notify their own auto insurance carrier after an accident. There are several reasons to do so and almost no reason not to so. First, your premiums will not go up solely because you notify them of an accident, especially if the accident was not your...Read More
Funeral Home Negligence in Alabama
Can funeral homes be sued for negligence in Alabama? Funeral home negligence suits are extremely rare in Alabama. However, misplaced corpses, premature cremations and other "accidents" are fairly common. Additionally, post-funeral burial mismanagement is also commonplace. For these type incidents, involving cemetery burial mistakes or poor treatment of corpses during the funeral process, Alabama...Read More
Do I Need A Lawyer For An Alabama Work Injury?
Alabama Workers Compensation Law Under Alabama law, an injured worker has certain rights and options. However, attempting to handle your own claim can be risky. Your employer or the workers comp insurance carrier will probably not have your best interest in mind. Also, they will have the benefit of legal counsel. For the most...Read More
What Is Contributory Negligence in Alabama Law?
https://youtu.be/zCbniuZpZBM If I was partially at fault, can I still recover for my personal injury claim? Alabama law allows victims of negligence to sue for compensation for their injuries. However, in a personal injury claim, the legal doctrine of contributory negligence prevents the victim from recovering if they were also at fault for...Read More